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Article title COMPUTER VISION TECHNIQUES FOR RECOGNITION, 3D EXTRACTION, MAP STITCHING, TARGETING AND NAVIGATION
Authors A.E. Semenov, E.V. Kryukov, D.P. Rykovanov, D.A. Semenov
Section SECTION II. NAVIGATION AND PROMPTING
Month, Year 03, 2010 @en
Index UDC 681.511
DOI
Abstract Current work represents results achieved by Transas Group in the field of computer vision concerning AV/UAV navigation and UAV data processing.

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Keywords Artificial intelligence; computer vision; recognition; navigation; 3D extraction; map stitching; targeting; UAV.
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