Domain Adaptation for Mobile Robot Navigation
published: Jan. 19, 2010, recorded: December 2009, views: 3884
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An important challenge in outdoor mobile robotic perception is maintaining terrain classiﬁcation performance throughout the extremely variable conditions that we may wish a robot to operate under. Outdoor robots operate in a series of “environments” that consist of diverse terrain, vegetation, weather, and lighting conditions. A physical robot does not randomly jump between environments; typically it will operate for long stretches of time in one particular environment, making it advantageous to adapt the robot’s performance to its current environment.
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