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Spatial reasoning and multi-sensor fusion

proceedings of the 1987 workshop, October 5-7, 1987, Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, Illinois ; sponsored by AAAI
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M. Kaufmann , Los Altos, CA
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Statement[edited by Avi Kak and Su-shing Chen].
ContributionsKak, Avinash C., Chen, Su-shing., American Association for Artificial Intelligence., Workshop on Spatial Reasoning and Multi-Sensor Fusion (1987 : Saint Charles, Ill.)
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LC ClassificationsQ334 .S635 1987
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Paginationxiv, 441 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2393116M
ISBN 100934613591
LC Control Number87022646

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Retz-Schmidt. “Deitic and Intrinsic Use of Spatial Propositions: A Multidisciplinary Comparison”. In Spatial Reasoning and Multi-Sensor Fusion. Edited by A. Kak and S.-s. Chen. – Pleasan Run Resort, St. Charles, IL: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Google ScholarCited by: The book then employs principal component analysis, spatial frequency, and wavelet-based image fusion algorithms for the fusion of image data from sensors.

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Fundamental theory and the enabling technologies of data fusion are presented in a systematic and accessible manner.

To combine different sensors (laser, radar and vision), Coué et al. [13] demonstrated the interest of using probabilistic reasoning techniques to address the challenging multi-sensor data fusion.

A Multi Views Approach for Remote Sensing Fusion Based on Spectral, Spatial and Temporal Information. In book: Image Fusion. Cite this publication Author: Imed Riadh Farah. The book illustrates clearly the value of linking physical sensor data with human observations and context-based knowledge.

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His two chapters on spatial reasoning and temporal reasoning are of special value. Overall, I would strongly recommend this clearly written and insightful text/5(3). It is an extensively revised second edition of the author's successful book: "Multi-Sensor Data Fusion: An Introduction" which was originally published by Springer-Verlag in The main changes in the new book are: New Material: Apart from one new chapter there are approximately 30 new sections, 50 new examples and new references.

The data captured by these sensors are turned into 3D video images and 2D inertial images that are then fed as inputs into a 3D convolutional neural network and a 2D convolutional neural network, respectively, for recognizing actions.

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[BOSE86] P. Bose, "ARMS: An Assumption-based Reasoning System with Iruth Maintenance", TI Tech by: 1. Book Description This graduate textbook explains image reconstruction technologies based on region-based binocular and trinocular stereo vision, and object, pattern and relation matching.

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Data fusion systems are now widely used in various areas such as sensor networks, robotics, video and image processing, and intelligent system design, to Cited by: In this dissertation, we propose an evidential fusion process as a context reasoning method based on the defined context classification and state-space based context modeling.

First, the context reasoning method processes sensed data with an evidential form based on Dezert-Smarandache Theory (DSmT). Searching for Information (with M.

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The integration of data and knowledge from several sources is known as data fusion. This paper summarizes the state of the data fusion field and describes the most relevant studies.

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An independent classifier is used for performing primary diagnosis on information acquired by Author: 张建忠, 杭俊.Full text of "Handbook Of Multisensor Data Fusion" See other formats.The Data Fusion Contest is organized by the Data Fusion Technical Committee of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS).

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