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Machine learning and robot perception /

Bruno Appolloni [and others] (eds.).

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Names: Apolloni, Bruno,
Vernacular: Learning visual landmarks for mobile robot topological navigation / Mario Mata, Jose Maria Armingol, and Arturo de la Escalera -- Foveated vision sensor and image processing : a review / Mohammed Yeasin and Rajeev Sharma -- On-line model learning for mobile manipulations / Yu Sun, Ning Xi, and Jindong Tan -- Continuous reinforcement learning algorithm for skills learning in an autonomous mobile robot / Ma Jesu⁺ѓs López Boada [and others] -- Efficient incorporation of optical flow into visual motion estimation in tracking / Gozde Unal, Anthony Yezzi, and Hamid Krim -- 3-D modeling of real-world objects using range and intensity images / Johnny Park and Guilherme N. DeSouza -- Perception for human motion understanding / Christopher R. Wren -- Cognitive user modeling computed by a proposed dialogue strategy based on an inductive game theory / Hirotaka Asai [and others].
Published: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, ©2005.
Series: Studies in computational intelligence ; v. 7.
Topics: Machine learning. | Robotics. | Computer vision. | Robotics. | Computer vision. | Machine learning. | Ingénierie.
Genres: Electronic books.
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245 00|aMachine learning and robot perception /|cBruno Appolloni [and others] (eds.).
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505 0 |6880-01|aLearning visual landmarks for mobile robot topological navigation / Mario Mata, Jose Maria Armingol, and Arturo de la Escalera -- Foveated vision sensor and image processing : a review / Mohammed Yeasin and Rajeev Sharma -- On-line model learning for mobile manipulations / Yu Sun, Ning Xi, and Jindong Tan -- Continuous reinforcement learning algorithm for skills learning in an autonomous mobile robot / Ma Jesús López Boada [and others] -- Efficient incorporation of optical flow into visual motion estimation in tracking / Gozde Unal, Anthony Yezzi, and Hamid Krim -- 3-D modeling of real-world objects using range and intensity images / Johnny Park and Guilherme N. DeSouza -- Perception for human motion understanding / Christopher R. Wren -- Cognitive user modeling computed by a proposed dialogue strategy based on an inductive game theory / Hirotaka Asai [and others].
520 |aThis book presents some of the most recent research results in the area of machine learning and robot perception. The chapters represent new ways of solving real-world problems. The book covers topics such as intelligent object detection, foveated vision systems, online learning paradigms, reinforcement learning for a mobile robot, object tracking and motion estimation, 3D model construction, computer vision system and user modelling using dialogue strategies. This book will appeal to researchers, senior undergraduate/postgraduate students, application engineers and scientists.
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650 0|aMachine learning.
650 0|aRobotics.
650 0|aComputer vision.
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