By Roberto Cipolla
This monograph is dedicated to the matter of inferring geometric information regarding arbitrarily curved surfaces from visible cues; it is a imperative challenge in desktop imaginative and prescient with quick relevance for robotic manipulation and navigation.
The writer develops computational theories and methods touching on visible info bobbing up from viewer events to the differential geometry of seen surfaces. The theories constructed were applied and verified utilizing a real-time monitoring approach in line with deformable contours. functions of the innovations to geometric modelling, concern avoidance, navigation, and item manipulation are offered.
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