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Fast Incremental Learning for Off-Road Robot Navigation

by   Artem Provodin, et al.

A promising approach to autonomous driving is machine learning. In such systems, training datasets are created that capture the sensory input to a vehicle as well as the desired response. A disadvantage of using a learned navigation system is that the learning process itself may require a huge number of training examples and a large amount of computing. To avoid the need to collect a large training set of driving examples, we describe a system that takes advantage of the huge number of training examples provided by ImageNet, but is able to adapt quickly using a small training set for the specific driving environment.


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