Abstract

This paper discusses trends in the use of vision subsystems in modern robotic systems--in particular, in household robots that function in an indeterminate medium. The main image-processing tasks associated with tasks of navigating mobile robots are indicated. Using as an example the methods put into practice for comparing images obtained in a closed space, the main limitations of image-analysis methods used in mobile robots are established, and the prospects for their further development are determined.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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