Object modelling and collision avoidance using Clifford algebra
Object modelling and collision avoidance has been heavily discussed in the literature, however the Clifford algebra based method allows a more elegant reformulation which provides greater geometrical insight and helps greatly to identify and to formulate algebraic constraints useful for object collision detection, grasping and collision avoidance.
KeywordsComputer vision Clifford algebra coordinate-free approach geometric modelling object modelling object contact detection collision avoidance
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