PLISS: Detecting and Labeling Places Using Online Change-Point Detection

@inproceedings{Ranganathan2010PLISSDA,
  title={PLISS: Detecting and Labeling Places Using Online Change-Point Detection},
  author={Ananth Ranganathan},
  booktitle={Robotics: Science and Systems},
  year={2010}
}
We present PLISS (Place Labeling through Image Sequence Segmentation), a novel technique for place recognition and categorization from visual cues. PLISS operates on video or image streams and works by segmenting it into pieces corresponding to distinct places in the environment. An online Bayesian change-point detection framework that detects changes to model parameters is used to segment the image stream. Unlike current place recognition methods, in addition to using previously learned place… CONTINUE READING
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