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{Active perception}
Type of publication: Article
Citation: Bajcsy1988
Journal: Proceedings of the IEEE
Volume: 76
Number: 8
Year: 1988
Pages: 966--1005
ISSN: 00189219
URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpd...
DOI: 10.1109/5.5968
Abstract: Active Perception (Active Vision specifically) is defined as a study of Modeling and Control strategies for perception. By modeling we mean models of sensors, processing modules and their interaction. We distinguish local models from global models by their extent of application in space and time. The local models repre- sent procedures and parameters such as optical distortions of the lens, focal lens, spatial resolution, band-pass filter, etc. The global models on the other hand characterize the overall performance and make predictions on how the individual modules interact. The control strategies are formulated as a search of such sequence of steps that would minimize a loss function while one is seeking the most information. Examples are shown as the existence proof of the proposed theory on obtaining range from focus and sterolver- gence on 2-0 segmentation of an image and 3-0 shape parametrization.
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Keywords: Active Perception, Active Vision
Authors Bajcsy, R.
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