Some recent work on diffeomorphisms learning: Accurate recursive learning of uncertain diffeomorphism dynamics.
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2013-04-16 Recent work on diffeomorphism learning
2013-04-16 Localization with dynamic vision sensor
Recent work with the Zurich folks: Low-latency localization by active led markers tracking using a dynamic vision sensor.
2013-02-09 Compmake keeps calm and carries on: a fault-tolerant “make” for parallelizable batch Python computations
A few years ago, at a SLAM summer school in Oxford, I attended a talk by Frank Dellaert about a scientist’s “secret weapons”. I believe he was channeling his advisor Herb Simon in saying that every scientist must have a … Continue reading
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2012-11-24 New preprint: From Angular Manifolds to the Integer Lattice: Guaranteed Orientation Estimation
This is some recent work on estimation on manifolds, in collaboration with Luca Carlone.
2012-10-01 The Turing test revisited
Here’s a revisitation of the Turing test for our modern times. I wanted to disable the voicemail on my phone, so I used T-Mobile’s tech support chat line. The ordeal took a good half an hour, with minutes passing between … Continue reading