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Simplified_edition_Multi-robot SLAM Multi-view Target Tracking based on Panoramic Vision in Irregular Environment

by   R. Q. Wang, et al.

In order to improve the precision of multi-robot SLAM multi-view target tracking process, a improved multi-robot SLAM multi-view target tracking algorithm based on panoramic vision in irregular environment was put forward, adding an correction factor to renew the existing Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) model, obtaining new coordinates X and Y after twice iterations. The paper has been accepted by Computing and Visualization in Science and this is a simplified version.


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