Bruce Randall Donald (auth.), Michael Erdmann, Mark's Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics VI PDF

By Bruce Randall Donald (auth.), Michael Erdmann, Mark Overmars, David Hsu, Frank van der Stappen (eds.)

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ISBN-10: 3540315063

ISBN-13: 9783540315063

Robot algorithms are abstractions of computational techniques that regulate or cause approximately movement and belief within the actual global. simply because activities within the actual international are topic to actual legislation and geometric constraints, the layout and research of robotic algorithms increases a different blend of questions up to the mark conception, computational and differential geometry, and computing device technology. Algorithms function a unifying subject matter within the multi-disciplinary box of robotics.

This quantity contains chosen contributions to the 6th Workshop at the Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics. it is a hugely aggressive assembly of specialists within the box of algorithmic matters concerning robotics and automation.

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Michael Bichel, Mr. Ron Mata and Mr. Dale Smith from the ABB for the help provided in carrying out the experiments at the ABB facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA. References 1. Suk-Hwan Suh, In-Kee Woo, and Sung-Kee Noh. Development of An Automated Trajectory Planning System (ATPS) for Spray Painting Robots. In IEEE Int’l. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, pages 1948–55, Sacremento, California, USA, April 1991. 2. M. A. Sahir and Tuna Balkan. Process Modeling, Simulation, and Paint Thickness Measurement for Robotic Spray Painting.

10. Heping Chen, Weihua Sheng, Ning Xi, Mumin Song, and Yifan Chen. Automated Robot Trajectory Planning for Spray Painting of Free-Form Surfaces in Automotive Manufacturing. In IEEE Int’l. Conf. , USA, May 2002. 11. David C. Conner, Prasad N. Atkar, Alfred A. Rizzi, and Howie Choset. Development of Deposition Models for Paint Application on Surfaces Embedded in R3 for Use in Automated Path Planning. In IEEE/RSJ Int’l. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems, volume 2, pages 1844–49, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2002.

Fig. 4. Camera adapting itself to brown sunglasses Fig. 4 shows left a camera on which we have put brown sunglasses. It can be clearly seen that the classification of objects indicated by the found bounding boxes, such as ball, goal and robots, goes wrong. Right, it shows the adaptation of the camera due to adjusting the parameters on the camera as well as by further fine tuning the illumination level and the white balance in software. Similar results are obtained by holding blue, pink and grey sunglasses in front of the camera.

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