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What visual computations for robot place recognition?

For many years (over 20 I guess) Ralf Möller and collaborators have been working on visual navigation for robots. This has incorporated bio-inspired navigation algorithms and computational models of ant-like visual systems for navigation using terrestrial visual cues. One of the notable things across many of these papers is that the introduction sections are great resources for roboticists and biologists, acting as they do as mini-reviews detailing the major classes of robotic methods for specific problems. This paper is no exception, the question is: How good are different visual methods at place recognition, a problem for animals and robots alike.

Horst and Möller (2017) Visual Place Recognition for Autonomous Mobile Robots. Robotics 2017, 6(2), 9; doi:10.3390/robotics6020009

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