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Three-dimensional vision structure for robot applications

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1 Author(s)
Nitzan, D. ; SRI Int., Menlo Park, CA, USA

Focuses on the structure of robot sensing systems and the techniques for measuring and preprocessing 3-D data. To get the information required for controlling a given robot function, the sensing of 3-D objects is divided into four basic steps: transduction of relevant object properties (primarily geometric and photometric) into a signal; preprocessing the signal to improve it; extracting 3-D object features; and interpreting them. Each of these steps usually may be executed by several alternative techniques (tools). Tools for the transduction of 3-D data and data preprocessing are surveyed. The performance of each tool depends on the specific vision task and its environmental conditions, both of which are variable. Such a system includes so-called tool-boxes, one box for each sensing step, and a supervisor, which controls iterative sensing feedback loops and consists of a rule-based program generator and a program execution controller. Sensing step sequences and tools are illustrated for two 3-D vision applications at SRI International Company: visually guided robot arc welding and locating identical parts in a bin

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

May 1988

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