Towards Computational Models of Insect Motion Detectors for Robot Vision
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In this essay, we provide a brief survey of computational models of insect motion detectors, and bio-robotic solutions to build fast and reliable motion-sensing systems for robot vision. Vision is an important sensing modality for autonomous robots, since it can extract abundant useful features from visually cluttered and dynamic environments. Fast development of computer vision technology facilitates the modeling of dynamic vision systems for mobile robots.
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Fu, Qinbing and Hu, Cheng and Liu, Pengcheng and Yue, Shigang (2018) Towards computational models of insect motion detectors for robot vision. In: M. Giuliani et al. (Eds.): TAROS 2018, LNAI. Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018, pp. 465-467.
Short paper published in proceedings of TAROS 2018 available at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-96728-8
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