Return to search

On the Recognition of Curved Objects

Determining the identity and pose of occluded objects from noisy data is a critical part of a system's intelligent interaction with an unstructured environment. Previous work has shown that local measurements of the position and surface orientation of small patches of an object's surface may be used in a constrained search process to solve this problem for the case of rigid polygonal objects using two-dimensional sensory data, or rigid polyhedral objects using three-dimensional data. This note extends the recognition system to deal with the problem of recognizing and locating curved objects. The extension is done in two dimensions, and applies to the recognition of two-dimensional objects from two-dimensional data, or to the recognition of three-dimensional objects in stable positions from two- dimensional data.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:MIT/oai:dspace.mit.edu:1721.1/6066
Date01 July 1987
CreatorsGrimson, W. Eric L.
Source SetsM.I.T. Theses and Dissertation
Languageen_US
Detected LanguageEnglish
Format32 p., 4536989 bytes, 1736292 bytes, application/postscript, application/pdf
RelationAIM-983

Page generated in 0.0018 seconds