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Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Bibliography 4/6 [Monthly posting]
Section - [4-21] Robotics and Computer Vision

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Introductions (Robotics):

   Robin Murphy, "Introduction to AI Robotics", MIT Press, 2000. 

   Gregory Dudek, Michael Jenkin, "Computational Principles of Mobile
   Robotics", Cambridge University Press, 2000.

   John J. Craig, "Introduction to Robotics", Addison-Wesley,
   Reading, MA, 1989. 

   Joseph L. Jones, and Anita M. Flynn, "Mobile Robots: Inspiration to
   Implementation", A.K. Peters, Publisher, Wellesley, MA, 1993. 349
   pages, $39.95.  ISBN 1-56881-011-3.

   [Two papers in the Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence are relevant:
       Path planning and obstacle avoidance, pages 708-715
       Mobile robots, pages 957-961]

Introductions (Vision):

   David Marr, "Vision: a computational investigation into the human
   representation and processing of visual information", W.H. Freeman,
   San Francisco, CA, 1982. [The classic text, still good.]

   Berthold K.P. Horn, "Robot Vision", MIT Press and McGraw-Hill,
   Cambridge, MA, 1986. 509 pages. ISBN 0-2620-815-98 (MIT Press),
   0-0703-034-95 (McGraw-Hill). 

   Vicki Bruce and Patrick R. Green, "Visual Perception: Physiology,
   Psychology and Ecology", 2nd Edition, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates,
   Hillsdale, NJ, 1990. ISBN 0-86377-146-7.

   Martin D. Levine, "Vision in Man and Machine", McGraw-Hill, New York, 1985.

   Roger Watt, "Visual Processing: computational, psychophysical, and
   cognitive research", Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, 1988,
   152 pages.

   Harry Wechsler, "Computation Vision", Academic Press, Boston, MA,
   1990, 558 pages.

   E. Bruce Goldstein, "Sensation and Perception", 3rd edition,
   Wadsworth, Belmont CA, 1989, 598 pages, ISBN 0-534-09672-7. [Emphasis
   on the physiological aspects of visual perception.]

   Linda G. Shapiro and Azriel Rosenfeld, "Computer Vision and Image
   Processing", Academic Press, Boston, MA 1992, 623 pages.

   [One paper in the Encyclopedia of Artificial Intelligence is relevant:
       Sensors, pages 1031-1036]

Surveys (Vision):

   Michael I. Jordan (editor), "Learning in Graphical Models", MIT Press,
   1998, 648 pages, ISBN 0-262-60032-3.

   J. Michael Brady, "Computational approaches to image understanding",
   ACM Computing Surveys 14(1):3-71, March 1982. (Survey of methods in
   computer vision.)

Paper Collections:

   Martin A. Fischler and Oscar Firschein, editors, "Readings in
   Computer Vision", Morgan Kaufmann, San Mateo, CA, 1987.

   Michael S. Landy and Anthony J. Movshon, "Computational Models of
   Visual Processing", MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1991, 394 pages.
   [Collection of research papers.]

Miscellaneous:

   The 6.270 Robot Builder's Guide, by Fred Martin. Available by
   anonymous ftp from 
      kame.media.mit.edu:/pub/fredm/README [18.85.0.45]
      ftp://cherupakha.media.mit.edu/pub/6270/docs/ [18.85.0.47]
   This directory contains "The 6.270 Robot Builder's Guide", the
   course notes to the 1992 MIT LEGO Robot Design Competition. For
   more information, contact Fred Martin <fredm@media.mit.edu>.

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