Vision-Based Intelligent Robots

  title={Vision-Based Intelligent Robots},
  author={Minh-Chinh Nguyen}
Vision is an ideal sensor modality for intelligent robots. It provides rich information on the environment as required for recognizing objects and understanding situation in real time. Moreover, vision-guided robots may be intelligent and largely calibration-free, which is a great practical advantage. Together with it, a new concept for intelligent robot control, that enables realization of the calibration-free visual robots, is introduced. 

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