Probabilistic Localization by Appearance Models and Active Vision

@inproceedings{Krse1999ProbabilisticLB,
  title={Probabilistic Localization by Appearance Models and Active Vision},
  author={Ben J. A. Kr{\"o}se and Roland Bunschoten},
  booktitle={ICRA},
  year={1999}
}
In order to do useful things a mobile robot needs some sort of global information about the environment it is operating in. In this paper an approach is described where the global information is not cast in a model of the geometry of the environment but in a model of all sensory data of the robot. As a primary sensing system we used computer vision. The model gives a probability distribution over the learned locations given an observation. We developed an active vision strategy to increase the… CONTINUE READING
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