Sensor Based Intelligent Robots [electronic resource] : International Workshop Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, September 28 - October 2, 1998. Selected Papers / edited by Henrik I. Christensen, Horst Bunke, Hartmut Noltemeier.

By: Christensen, Henrik I [editor.]Contributor(s): Bunke, Horst [editor.] | Noltemeier, Hartmut [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1724Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1999Description: VIII, 332 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540466192Subject(s): Computer science | Artificial intelligence | Computer simulation | Computer graphics | Computer vision | Computer Science | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics) | Image Processing and Computer Vision | Simulation and Modeling | Computer Graphics | Control, Robotics, MechatronicsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.3 LOC classification: Q334-342TJ210.2-211.495Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Markov Localization for Reliable Robot Navigation and People Detection -- Relocalisation by Partial Map Matching -- Localization and On-Line Map Building for an Autonomous Mobile Robot -- Interactive Learning of World Model Information for a Service Robot -- MAid: A Robotic Wheelchair Operating in Public Environments -- Interactive Robot Programming Based on Human Demonstration and Advice -- Towards Smarter Cars -- Active Control of Resolution for Stable Visual Tracking -- Near-Optimal Sensor-Based Navigation in an Environment Cluttered with Simple Shapes -- Realistic Environment Models and Their Impact on the Exact Solution of the Motion Planning Problem -- Robot Localization Using Polygon Distances -- On-Line Searching in Simple Polygons -- Distributed Algorithms for Carrying a Ladder by Omnidirectional Robots in Near Optimal Time -- Modeling and Stability Analysis of the Dynamic Behavior in Load Sharing Systems -- Recent Advances in Range Image Segmentation -- ISR: An Intelligent Service Robot -- Vision-Based Behavior Control of Autonomous Systems by Fuzzy Reasoning.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Robotics is a highly interdisciplinary research topic, that requires integ- tion of methods for mechanics, control engineering, signal processing, planning, graphics, human-computer interaction, real-time systems, applied mathematics, and software engineering to enable construction of fully operational systems. The diversity of topics needed to design, implement, and deploy such systems implies that it is almost impossible for individual teams to provide the critical mass required for such endeavours.To facilitate interaction and progresson s- sor based intelligent robotics the organisation of inter-disciplinary workshops is necessarythrough which in-depth discussion can be used for cross dissemination between di?erent disciplines. The Dagstuhlfoundation has organiseda number of workshopsonModelling and Integration of Sensor Based Intelligent Robot Systems. The Dagstuhl s- inars are all organised over a full week in a beautiful setting in the Saarland in Germany. The setting provides an ideal environment for in-depth presen- tions and rich interactions between the participants. This volume contains the papers presented during the third workshopheld over the period September 28 - October 2, 1998. All papers have been reviewed by one-three reviewers over a relativly short period. We wish to thank all the reviewers for their invaluable help in making this a high quality selection of papers. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Schloss Dagstuhl Foundation and the sta? at Springer-Verlag. Without their support the production of this volume would not have been possible.
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Markov Localization for Reliable Robot Navigation and People Detection -- Relocalisation by Partial Map Matching -- Localization and On-Line Map Building for an Autonomous Mobile Robot -- Interactive Learning of World Model Information for a Service Robot -- MAid: A Robotic Wheelchair Operating in Public Environments -- Interactive Robot Programming Based on Human Demonstration and Advice -- Towards Smarter Cars -- Active Control of Resolution for Stable Visual Tracking -- Near-Optimal Sensor-Based Navigation in an Environment Cluttered with Simple Shapes -- Realistic Environment Models and Their Impact on the Exact Solution of the Motion Planning Problem -- Robot Localization Using Polygon Distances -- On-Line Searching in Simple Polygons -- Distributed Algorithms for Carrying a Ladder by Omnidirectional Robots in Near Optimal Time -- Modeling and Stability Analysis of the Dynamic Behavior in Load Sharing Systems -- Recent Advances in Range Image Segmentation -- ISR: An Intelligent Service Robot -- Vision-Based Behavior Control of Autonomous Systems by Fuzzy Reasoning.

Robotics is a highly interdisciplinary research topic, that requires integ- tion of methods for mechanics, control engineering, signal processing, planning, graphics, human-computer interaction, real-time systems, applied mathematics, and software engineering to enable construction of fully operational systems. The diversity of topics needed to design, implement, and deploy such systems implies that it is almost impossible for individual teams to provide the critical mass required for such endeavours.To facilitate interaction and progresson s- sor based intelligent robotics the organisation of inter-disciplinary workshops is necessarythrough which in-depth discussion can be used for cross dissemination between di?erent disciplines. The Dagstuhlfoundation has organiseda number of workshopsonModelling and Integration of Sensor Based Intelligent Robot Systems. The Dagstuhl s- inars are all organised over a full week in a beautiful setting in the Saarland in Germany. The setting provides an ideal environment for in-depth presen- tions and rich interactions between the participants. This volume contains the papers presented during the third workshopheld over the period September 28 - October 2, 1998. All papers have been reviewed by one-three reviewers over a relativly short period. We wish to thank all the reviewers for their invaluable help in making this a high quality selection of papers. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Schloss Dagstuhl Foundation and the sta? at Springer-Verlag. Without their support the production of this volume would not have been possible.

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