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Real-Time Automatic Colour Calibration for NAO Humanoids
(UNIV OSIJEK, 2018-08)
A challenge in NAO soccer robots is colour calibration. Good colour calibration can result in robust and accurate self-localization of the robot. Currently manual calibration is the only solution, which is used. In this ...
Real-time ensemble based face recognition system for NAO humanoids using local binary pattern
NAO humanoid robots are being used in many human-robot interaction applications. One of the important existing challenges is developing an accurate real-time face recognition system which does not require to have high ...
YUV based automatic colour calibration for NAO robots
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2018-07-05)
A challenge in real time application of NAO soccer robots is in colour calibration. Many tasks such as localisation and goal detection rely on robustness of colour calibration. In this paper a robust and accurate YUV colour ...
Optimal image compression via block-based adaptive colour reduction with minimal contour effect
Current image acquisition devices require tremendous amounts of storage for saving the data returned. This paper overcomes the latter drawback through proposing a colour reduction technique which first subdivides the image ...
Medical robots with potential applications in participatory and opportunistic remote sensing: A review
Among numerous applications of medical robotics, this paper concentrates on the design, optimal use and maintenance of the related technologies in the context of healthcare, rehabilitation and assistive robotics, and ...
Correction to: Optimal image compression via block-based adaptive colour reduction with minimal contour effect (Multimedia Tools and Applications, (2018), 77, 23, (30939-30968), 10.1007/s11042-018-6118-y)
After the publication of this work , it was noticed that the co-author Pejman Rasti was omitted as the first author following an institutional investigation. The first author’s name is inserted in this erratum article.