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4571, Sensor Fusion and Decentralized Control in Robotic Systems IV. KEYWORDS: Modeling, Data modeling, Cameras, Robotics, Control systems, Head, Mars, Motion models, Robotic systems, Systems modeling. Gerard McKee, Paul Schenker. 2355, Sensor Fusion VII. KEYWORDS: Modeling, Visual process modeling, Visualization, Cameras, Databases, Robotics, 3D modeling, Aluminum, Sensor fusion, Ranging.
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Published October 28th 1998 by SPIE-International Society for Optical Engine (first published October 1998). Sensor Fusion and Decentralized Control in Robotic Systems: Proceedings of Spie 2-3 November 1998 Boston, Massachusetts Vol 3523 (Spie Proceedings Series). 0819429848 (ISBN13: 9780819429841).
The volume on data fusion from multiple sources discusses fusing multiple views, temporal analysis and 3D motion interpretation, sensor fusion and eye-to-hand coordination, and integration in human shape perception. Attention is given to surface reconstruction, statistical methods in sensor fusion, fusing sensor data with environmental knowledge, computational models for sensor fusion, and evaluation and selection of sensor fusion techniques.
Fusion VII, Vol. 2355 (1994) pp. 33–42Google Scholar. H. Himberg, Y. Motai, A. Bradley: Interpolation volume calibration: a multisensor calibration technique for electromagnetic trackers, IEEE Trans. T. Henderson, E. Shilcrat: Logical sensor systems, J. Robotics Syst. Robotics 28(5), 1120–1130 (2012)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Roumeliotis: Optimal motion strategies for range-Only constrained multisensor target tracking, IEEE Trans. Robotics 24(5), 1168–1185 (2008)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10194. For the purchase of this volume in printed format, please visit Proceedings. For reducing the inconvenience in the conventional sensors, microwave and millimeter-wave sensors have been proposed since 1970s using micro-Doppler effect from one’s cardiopulmonary activity. The Doppler radar sensor can remotely detect the respiration and heartbeat up to few meters away from the subject, but they have a multiple subject issue and are not suitable for an ambulatory subject.
The book describes the physical basis of all of the principal and the majority of the more specialized techniques used today in studies of well-characterized solid surfaces. The techniques are grouped according to the underlying physics and are described in nine chapters. The treatment of each technique concentrates on the basic physical principles, and illustrates its use with selected examples with an emphasis on understanding the concepts.
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