1996 - Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) For contributions to outdoor autonomous robots, including development of the highly successful Navlab vehicles.
Charles E. Thorpe focuses on Mobile robot, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Robot and Human–computer interaction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Control engineering, Embedded system and Motion planning. Charles E. Thorpe performs integrative Artificial intelligence and Obstacle research in his work.
His Computer vision research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Probabilistic logic and Robotics. His study in Simulation extends to Robot with its themes. Charles E. Thorpe usually deals with Human–computer interaction and limits it to topics linked to Teleoperation and Human–robot interaction.
Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Mobile robot, Robot and Human–computer interaction are his primary areas of study. Charles E. Thorpe incorporates Artificial intelligence and Obstacle in his research. His Object detection, Tracking and Image processing study, which is part of a larger body of work in Computer vision, is frequently linked to Geography, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The Mobile robot study combines topics in areas such as Control engineering, Teleoperation and Motion planning. The Teleoperation study which covers Embedded system that intersects with Sensor fusion. His study looks at the relationship between Robot and fields such as Simulation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Charles E. Thorpe spends much of his time researching Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Mobile robot, Robot and Teleoperation. Charles E. Thorpe integrates Artificial intelligence and Obstacle in his studies. In general Computer vision study, his work on Object detection and Tracking often relates to the realm of Geography, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Mobile robot research integrates issues from Value, Image sensor, Human–robot interaction and Human–computer interaction. His study in the field of Robot control is also linked to topics like Operating environment. His Teleoperation research incorporates elements of Control engineering, Simulation, Embedded system and Sensor fusion.
His main research concerns Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Mobile robot, Robot and Teleoperation. His work deals with themes such as Pedestrian detection and Algorithm, which intersect with Artificial intelligence. The various areas that he examines in his Computer vision study include Artificial neural network and Probabilistic logic.
His research brings together the fields of Real-time computing and Mobile robot. The concepts of his Teleoperation study are interwoven with issues in Human–robot interaction, Human–computer interaction, Control engineering and Robot control, Social robot. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Object detection, focusing on Tracking and, on occasion, Simultaneous localization and mapping, Robotics, Structure and Motion modeling.
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Vision and navigation for the Carnegie-Mellon Navlab
C. Thorpe;M.H. Hebert;T. Kanade;S.A. Shafer.
IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (1988)
Simultaneous Localization, Mapping and Moving Object Tracking
Chieh-Chih Wang;Charles Thorpe;Sebastian Thrun;Martial Hebert.
The International Journal of Robotics Research (2007)
Stereo- and neural network-based pedestrian detection
L. Zhao;C.E. Thorpe.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2000)
Vehicle Teleoperation Interfaces
Terrence Fong;Charles Thorpe.
Autonomous Robots (2001)
Online simultaneous localization and mapping with detection and tracking of moving objects: theory and results from a ground vehicle in crowded urban areas
Chieh-Chih Wang;C. Thorpe;S. Thrun.
international conference on robotics and automation (2003)
Structure from motion without correspondence
F. Dellaert;S.M. Seitz;C.E. Thorpe;S. Thrun.
computer vision and pattern recognition (2000)
Collaboration, Dialogue, Human-Robot Interaction
Terrence Fong;Terrence Fong;Charles E. Thorpe;Charles Baur.
international symposium on robotics (2003)
Integrated path planning and dynamic steering control for autonomous vehicles
B. Krogh;C. Thorpe.
international conference on robotics and automation (1986)
Simultaneous localization and mapping with detection and tracking of moving objects
Chieh-Chih Wang;C. Thorpe.
international conference on robotics and automation (2002)
SCARF: a color vision system that tracks roads and intersections
J.D. Crisman;C.E. Thorpe.
international conference on robotics and automation (1993)
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