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For certain experiments in mobile robotics, it is convenient to eliminate
positional estimation error in the interest of analyzing other parts of
the experiment. We designed and implemented a simple, accurate scheme
for encoding and recovering absolute position information. The encoding
is a two-dimensional image printed on the plane of the floor, and the
absolute position information is recovered using a downward-looking
video camera mounted on a mobile robot.
This document describes work done in the Dartmouth Robotics Laboratory
in April of 1997 and August of 1999. It was previously ``published'' as
a web page, but we thought it would make sense to document it more
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Jon Howell and Keith Kotay, "Landmarks for absolute localization." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report TR2000-364, March 2000.
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