Date of Original Version

1992

Type

Conference Proceeding

Abstract or Description

This paper overviews two recently completed vision systems (a rock sampling system for planetary rovers and a bin-picking system for industrial robots). Then, we will examine the reason why these two systems have different architectures although their goals are roughly same, picking up something by visual observation. Based on this discussion, we will develop the task-oriented vision paradigm, and examine the difference between the task-oriented vision paradigm and the traditional Marr's paradigm. We will also explore the research issues necessary for completing the task-oriented vision paradigm.

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Proceedings of the 1992 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS '92), 2187-2194.