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Article title DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADAPTIVE OBJECTS DESCRIPTIONS FOR THE COMPUTER VISION OF ROBOTIC SYSTEMS
Authors N.V. Kim, N.E. Bodunkov, D.V. Klestov
Section SECTION IV. VISION SYSTEMS AND ONBOARD COMPUTERS
Month, Year 01, 2015 @en
Index UDC 004.89
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Abstract Problem of technical vision systems (TVS) of autonomous robotic complex (RTC) functioning in uncertain and changing conditions is considered in the paper. It is shown that the solution of the observation tasks, such as detection and recognition of objects of interest (OI), is based on a comparison of pre-stored reference object descriptions and actual (current) images received by the TVS. The decision making effectiveness in a changing environment is determined by the need to prepare in advance a large number of reference objects descriptions (for different observation conditions). To reduce the required initial set of reference descriptions a new approach to the development of adaptive descriptions of the OI using the neuro-fuzzy systems is suggested. Fuzzy system consists of fuzzy rules. The rule establishes a correspondence between certain observation conditions and reference descriptions. Set of references forms an appropriate knowledge base (KB). This approach can provide enhanced functionality of existing TVS of RTC in uncertain environments and provides an opportunity to additional training of the already formed descriptions. Use of adaptive descriptions in the navigation task of the RTC, structure of the adaptive descriptions, a way of KB representation the article deals with. It is shown that frame is the most appropriate way of knowledge representation to form a KB of adaptive TVS. The test KB based on the frame descriptions was built. In example of this KB efficiency of the proposed approach was shown.

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Keywords Autonomous robotic complex; technical vision systems; adaptive descriptions; neuro-fuzzy systems, frames.
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