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Scene representation for object monitoring
Pla Planas, Albert
García Campos, Rafael; Universitat de Girona. Escola Politècnica Superior
In robotics, having a 3D representation of the environment where a robot is working can be very useful. In real-life scenarios, this environment is constantly changing for example by human interaction, external agents or by the robot itself. Thus, the representation needs to be constantly updated and extended to account for these dynamic scene changes. In this work we face the problem of representing the scene where a robot is acting. Moreover, we ought to improve this representation by reusing the information obtained in previous scenes. Our goal is to build a method to represent a scene and to update it while changes are produced. In order to achieve that, different aspects of computer vision such as space representation or feature tracking are discussed
Visió per ordinador
Visió artificial (Robòtica)
Visualització tridimensional (Informàtica)
Computer vision
Robot vision
Three-dimensional display systems
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Spain

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