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Saturday, 31 March 2012

Discovering high level structure, its effects and applications in real-time visual SLAM

This work with Andrew P. Gee, Denis Chekhlov and Andrew Calway aims to assess the effects and benefits of the discovery of high level structure such as planes and lines from the simple features commonly used in visual SLAM. This allow us to reduce the state space which benefits scalability and also to explore applications in augmented reality such as autonomous virtual agents being able to interact more reallistically with the created maps in real-time.