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Martinez Mozos, Oscar; Mizutani, Hitoshi; Jung, Hojung; Kurazume, Ryo; Hasegawa, Tsutomu (2013)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis for Robotics Society of Japan
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: G700 Artificial Intelligence, G760 Machine Learning, H671 Robotics, G740 Computer Vision
This paper presents an approach to categorize typical places in indoor environments using 3D scans provided by a laser range finder. Examples of such places are offices, laboratories, or kitchens. In our method, we combine the range and reflectance data from the laser scan for the final categorization of places. Range and reflectance images are transformed into histograms of local binary patterns and combined into a single feature vector. This vector is later classified using support vector machines. The results of the presented experiments demonstrate the capability of our technique to categorize indoor places with high accuracy. We also show that the combination of range and reflectance information improves the final categorization results in comparison with a single modality.

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