Weighted Unsupervised Learning for 3D Object Detection

  • Kowsari K
  • H. M
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This paper introduces a novel weighted unsupervised learning for object detection using an RGB-D camera. This technique is feasible for detecting the moving objects in the noisy environments that are captured by an RGB-D camera. The main contribution of this paper is a real-time algorithm for detecting each object using weighted clustering as a separate cluster. In a preprocessing step, the algorithm calculates the pose 3D position X, Y, Z and RGB color of each data point and then it calculates each data point's normal vector using the point's neighbor. After preprocessing, our algorithm calculates k-weights for each data point; each weight indicates membership. Resulting in clustered objects of the scene.




Kowsari, K., & H., M. (2016). Weighted Unsupervised Learning for 3D Object Detection. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.14569/ijacsa.2016.070180

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