Cognitive Sharing of Object based on Hierarchical Invariants Percption Model in Multi-Robot System


Cognitive sharing of an object is a primary issue in multi-robot task execution. The cognitive sharing is based on sharing representations of an object. However, visual recognition in multi-robot systems is afflicted with a peculiar problem that observations made from different viewpoints bring different perspectives. We study the description algorithms of object representations on the basis of labeled graph and the invariants perception algorithms.


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