Mobile robots IV: 6-7 November 1989, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, 1990 - Computers - 413 pages
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NAVIGATION AND PLANNING
PLANETARY ROVERS I
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actuator algorithm angle Aparallel2 applications Artificial Intelligence autonomous axis beam behavior Computer Vision control system coordinates corresponding defined depth determine developed disparity distance dynamic programming edge edge detection environment equation error estimate extracted filter Focus of Expansion function gain profile goal graph grid horizontal Hough space Hough transform IEEE implemented input landmark lane boundaries laser layer markers matching measure mobile robot mode motion motion detection moving navigation neural neuron node noise object obstacle detection operation Optical Flow orientation output parallax parameters path planning performance pixel plane position problem processing processor range region representation represented Research Robotics and Automation rover segment sensor sequence shown in Figure signal simulation sonar spatial specular reflections stereo stereo vision target technique terrain texture tracks transducer translation TV camera ultrasonic values vector vehicle velocity vertex vertices white line