15.3.2 Autonomous Vehicles, Low Level Image Processing

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Autonomous Vehicle, Image Processing. Road Following.

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Yagi, Y.S.[Yasu-Shi], Yachida, M.[Masahiko],
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Yagi, Y., and Yachida, M.,
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IEEE DOI Panoramic Views. Camera, Conical Mirror. Horizon Vision. BibRef 9100

Yagi, Y.S.[Yasu-Shi], Imai, K.[Kousuke], Tsuji, K.[Kentaro], Yachida, M.[Masahiko],
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IEEE Abstract. 0412

Zhang, Z., Weiss, R., and Riseman, E.M.,
Feature Matching in 360^o Waveforms for Robot Navigation,
IEEE DOI Panoramic Views. Camera, Spherical Mirror. Horizon Vision. BibRef 9100

Hong, J.W., Tan, X., Pinette, B., Weiss, R., and Riseman, E.M.,
Image-Based Navigation Using 360^o Views,
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Talluri, R.K., and Aggarwal, J.K.,
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IEEE DOI BibRef 9306
Positional Estimation of a Mobile Robot Using Edge Visibility Regions,
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Talluri, R.K., Aggarwal, J.K.,
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Talluri, R.K., Aggarwal, J.K.,
Position Estimation for an Autonomous Mobile Robot in an Outdoor Environment,
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Position Estimation for a Mobile Robot in an Unstructured Environment,
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Talluri, R.K., Aggarwal, J.K.,
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DARPA88(568-575). BibRef 8800
And: CVPR88(794-802).
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Turk, M.A., Morgenthaler, D.G., Gremban, K.D., and Marra, M.,
VITS--A Vision System for Autonomous Land Vehicle Navigation,
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IEEE DOI Application, Navigation. BibRef 8805

Szabo, S., Coombs, D., Herman, M., Camus, T.A., Liu, H.C.,
A Real-Time Computer Vision Platform for Mobile Robot Applications,
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Elucidating Vehicle Lateral Dynamics Using a Bifurcation Analysis,
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Bai, L.[Li], Wang, Y.[Yan],
A Sensor Fusion Framework Using Multiple Particle Filters for Video-Based Navigation,
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Bai, L.[Li], Wang, Y.[Yan],
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CVIU(115), No. 10, October 2011, pp. 1463-1471.
Elsevier DOI 1108
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de Cristóforis, P.[Pablo], Nitsche, M.[Matias], Krajník, T.[Tomáš], Pire, T.[Taihú], Mejail, M.[Marta],
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Elsevier DOI 1502
Vision-based navigation BibRef

Song, K.T., Tai, J.C.,
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Wang, Z.P., Ge, S.S., Lee, T.H., Lai, X.C.,
Adaptive Smart Neural Network Tracking Control of Wheeled Mobile Robots,

Marino, F., Stella, E., Veneziani, N., Distante, A.,
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Springer DOI 9709

Aubert, D., and Thorpe, C.E.,
Color Image Processing for Navigation: Two Road Trackers,
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Chapter on Active Vision, Camera Calibration, Mobile Robots, Navigation, Road Following continues in
Road, Path Following Operators .

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