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Effect of Field of View in Stereovision based Visual Homing D.M. Lyons, L. Del Signore, B. Barriage Abstract Navigation is challenging for an autonomous robot operating...
The Evaluation of Field of View Width in Stereovision based Visual Homing: Data repository D.M. Lyons, B. Barriage, L. Del Signore, Abstract of the paper Visual...
Fordham Robotics and Computer Vision Laboratory Demos and Software Rotational Legged Locomotion Pictures, Videos for novel triped robot. Robot `imagination` Pictures...
Major Equipment: The Robotics Computer Vision Lab at Fordham includes the following major equipment: RESOURCES: Fordham University, Robotics and Computer Vision...
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Welcome to the Fordham University Robotics Computer Vision Laboratory Goto the Main Lab Home Page Persons/group who can change the list: Set ALLOWTOPICCHANGE...
In the News Computer Vision to detect behaviors of the `extinct in the wild` Kihansi Spray Toad Students from Bronx Laboratory School of Finance and Technology...
FACULTY Collaborators Dr. Damian M. Lyons, Lab Director. Professor of Computer and Information Science. Dr. J. MacDonall, Professor of Psychology/Fordham Dr. D. Frank...
Overview of Research Projectsin Progress at the FRCV Lab Multilingual Static Analysis (MLSA) Multilingual Software Analysis (MLSA) or Melissa is a lightweight tool...
Fordham Robotics and Computer Vision Lab Publications All recent publications now hosted at Fordham University Digital Commons and can be downloaded from there...
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