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Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXX: Algorithms and Techniques
Editor(s): Juha Röning; David Casasent
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Volume Number: 8662
Date Published: 22 January 2013

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Front Matter: Volume 8662
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Control issues and recent solutions for voltage controlled piezoelectric elements utilizing artificial neural networks
Author(s): Marko Kauppinen; Juha Röning
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The 20th annual intelligent ground vehicle competition: building a generation of robotists
Author(s): Bernard L. Theisen; Andrew Kosinski
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Visual homing with a pan-tilt based stereo camera
Author(s): Paramesh Nirmal; Damian M. Lyons
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Panoramic stereo sphere vision
Author(s): Weijia Feng; Baofeng Zhang; Juha Röning; Xiaoning Zong; Tian Yi
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Loop closure detection using local Zernike moment patterns
Author(s): Evangelos Sariyanidi; Onur Sencan; Hakan Temeltas
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Stabilization and control of quad-rotor helicopter using a smartphone device
Author(s): Alok Desai; Dah-Jye Lee; Jason Moore; Yung-Ping Chang
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Optimizing feature selection strategy for adaptive object identification in noisy environment
Author(s): Sagar Pandya; Thomas Lu; Tien-Hsin Chao
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GPU-based real-time trinocular stereo vision
Author(s): Yuanbin Yao; R. J. Linton; Taskin Padir
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Remotely controlling of mobile robots using gesture captured by the Kinect and recognized by machine learning method
Author(s): Roy CHaoming Hsu; Jhih-Wei Jian; Chih-Chuan Lin; Chien-Hung Lai; Cheng-Ting Liu
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Relating vanishing points to catadioptric camera calibration
Author(s): Wenting Duan; Hui Zhang; Nigel M. Allinson
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Natural image understanding using algorithm selection and high-level feedback
Author(s): Martin Lukac; Michitaka Kameyama; Kosuke Hiura
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Improving shape context using geodesic information and reflection invariance
Author(s): Vittal Premachandran; Ramakrishna Kakarala
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A proposed super-fast scheme for instant-detect-instant-kill of a ground-to-air missile
Author(s): Chialun John Hu
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Finger tracking for hand-held device interface using profile-matching stereo vision
Author(s): Yung-Ping Chang; Dah-Jye Lee; Jason Moore; Alok Desai; Beau Tippetts
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Training industrial robots with gesture recognition techniques
Author(s): Jennifer Piane; Daniela Raicu; Jacob Furst
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A restrained-torque-based motion instructor: forearm flexion/extension-driving exoskeleton
Author(s): Takuya Nishimura; Yoshihiko Nomura; Ryota Sakamoto
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3D recovery of human gaze in natural environments
Author(s): Lucas Paletta; Katrin Santner; Gerald Fritz; Heinz Mayer
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CANINE: a robotic mine dog
Author(s): Brian A. Stancil; Jeffrey Hyams; Jordan Shelley; Kartik Babu; Hernán Badino; Aayush Bansal; Daniel Huber; Parag Batavia
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Development of dog-like retrieving capability in a ground robot
Author(s): Douglas C. MacKenzie; Rahul Ashok; James M. Rehg; Gary Witus
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Multidisciplinary unmanned technology teammate (MUTT)
Author(s): Nenad Uzunovic; Anne Schneider; Alberto Lacaze; Karl Murphy; Mark Del Giorno
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R-MASTIF: robotic mobile autonomous system for threat interrogation and object fetch
Author(s): Aveek Das; Dinesh Thakur; James Keller; Sujit Kuthirummal; Zsolt Kira; Mihail Pivtoraiko
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LABRADOR: a learning autonomous behavior-based robot for adaptive detection and object retrieval
Author(s): Brian Yamauchi; Mark Moseley; Jonathan Brookshire
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Method and application of active visual tracking based on illumination invariants
Author(s): Jie Su; Gui-sheng Yin; Lei Wang; Yong-qian Sun; Zheng Liu
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Supervised linear dimensionality reduction with robust margins for object recognition
Author(s): F. Dornaika; A. Assoum
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Using a multi-port architecture of neural-net associative memory based on the equivalency paradigm for parallel cluster image analysis and self-learning
Author(s): Vladimir G. Krasilenko; Alexander A. Lazarev; Sveta K. Grabovlyak; Diana V. Nikitovich
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