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Task-directed Sensor Fusion and Planning - A Computational Approach (Hardcover, 1990): Gregory D. Hager
Task-directed Sensor Fusion and Planning - A Computational Approach (Hardcover, 1990): Gregory D. Hager

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Task-directed Sensor Fusion and Planning - A Computational Approach (Hardcover, 1990)

Gregory D. Hager

Series: The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, v. 99

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If you have ever hiked up a steep hill to reach a viewpoint, you will know that sensing can involve the expenditure of effort. More generally, the choice of which movement an intelligent system chooses to make is usually based on information gleaned from sensors. But the information required to make the motion decision may not be immediately to hand, so the system . first has to plan a motion whose purpose is to acquire the needed sensor information. Again, this conforms to our everyday experience: I am in the woods and don't know which direction to go, so I climb up to the ridge to get my bearings; I am lost in a new town, so I plan to drive to the next junction where there is sure to be a roadsign, failing that I will ask someone who seems to be from the locality. Why, if experiences such as these are so familiar, has the problem only recently been recognised and studied in Robotics? One reason is that until quite recently Robotics research was dominated by work on robot arms with limited reach and fixed in a workcell.

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Imprint: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of origin: United States
Series: The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, v. 99
Release date: May 1990
First published: 1990
Authors: Gregory D. Hager
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 17mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover - Laminated cover
Pages: 272
Edition: 1990
ISBN-13: 978-0-7923-9108-1
Barcode: 9780792391081
Categories: Books > Professional & Technical > Electronics & communications engineering > Electronics engineering > Automatic control engineering > Robotics
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LSN: 0-7923-9108-X

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