Effective Multi-Model Motion Tracking Under Multiple Team Member Actuators
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Gu, Yang; Veloso, Manuela;
Motivated by the interactions between a team and the tracked target, we contribute a method to achieve efficient tracking through using a play-based motion model and combined vision and infrared sensory information. This method gives the robot a more exact task-specific... View more
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