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Orthogonal localization of visual objects

Jaakko JaМ€rvinen

Orthogonal localization of visual objects

some experiments on space perception

by Jaakko JaМ€rvinen

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Published by Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Space perception.

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    StatementJaakko Järvinen.
    SeriesSuomalaisen Teideakatemian Toimituksia. Annales academiae scientiarum fennicae. Ser. B, tom. 165
    The Physical Object
    Pagination141 p. :
    Number of Pages141
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19953413M

    An object position and localization detection system that functions without requiring expensive hardware is provided. An object position and localization detection system, in particular a system capable of describing a visually recognized three-dimensional movement, is provided. In one example, a marker that forms a pattern of spheres with concentric rings is imaged using one or more digital Author: カミング・デイビッド, ビーサー・ステファン.   LocNet: Improving Localization Accuracy for Object Detection Object localization aiming at boosting the localization accuracy. The model, given a search region, aims at returning the bounding box of an object of interest inside this region. Assign conditional prob. to each row and column of this region, where these prob. provide useful info.

    Systems and methods for locating the shooter of supersonic projectiles are described. Muzzle blast signals are neither sought nor required. The system uses at least two sensors, with each sensor having a 3-axis accelerometer. The sensors are spaced apart at least 1 meter and have each a diameter of about one centimeter. The three accelerometer signals of each sensor represent pressure Cited by: Introduction. Visual-motor skills are the basis for a great number of daily activities. To define a correct rehabilitation program for neurological patients who have impairment in these skills, there is a need for simple and cost-effective tools to determine which of the visual-motor system levels of organization are compromised by neurological by: 3.

    Visual perception for humanoid robots: environmental recognition and localization, from sensor signals to reliable 6D poses González Aguirre, David Israel This book provides an overview of model-based environmental visual perception for humanoid robots. Proc. SPIE , Seventh International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV ), (3 March ); doi: /


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Object localization with whiskers Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Biological Cybernetics 98(6) July with 46 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Okuno, HG, Nakadai, K, Lourens, T & Kitano, HSound and visual tracking for humanoid robot. in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics).

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Abstract. The quality of an object localization depends essentially on the adequate selection of a suitable reference. In most computational approaches developed so far only the distance between the located object and a potential reference object has been used as a decision by: Depth perception is the visual ability to perceive the world in three dimensions and the distance of an object.

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A book of large-scale visual geo-localization was published in. Liu et al. showed efficient global 2D-3D matching for camera localization in a large-scale 3D map. Campbell presented a method for globally optimal inlier set maximization for simultaneous camera pose and feature by: Rao, K.R and Ben-Arie, J., “Restoration with Equivalence to Non-Orthogonal Image Expansion for feature extraction and edge detection,” in Proceedings SPIE Conference on Visual Communications and Image Processing, Vol.

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In addition (this is an orthogonal option) special translation editors may show chunks of source and. An indoor map is a piece of infrastructure associated with location-based services.

Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM)-based mobile mapping is an efficient method to construct an indoor map. This paper proposes an SLAM algorithm based on a laser scanner and an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) for 2D indoor mapping.

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