6 October 2000 Integration of biologically plausible vision systems for controlling autonomous robots
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This paper describes the realization of a biologically-plausible integrated vision system for implementing reactive behaviors of mobile robots. The starting point is the coupling of a vision stereo-matching algorithm with a collision avoidance method called DVZ (Deformable Virtual Zone). Some experiments have been carried out with MATLAB in order to test the validity of this method. Very interesting results have already been obtained in simulation and a prototyping board is presented.
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Rene Zapata, P. Lepinay, Lionel Torres, J. Droulez, V. Creuze, "Integration of biologically plausible vision systems for controlling autonomous robots", Proc. SPIE 4212, Reconfigurable Technology: FPGAs for Computing and Applications II, (6 October 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.402516; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.402516


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