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Convergence domain of image-based visual servoing with a line-scan camera

Vincent Drevelle 1
1 Lagadic - Visual servoing in robotics, computer vision, and augmented reality
CRISAM - Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée , Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique , IRISA-D5 - SIGNAUX ET IMAGES NUMÉRIQUES, ROBOTIQUE
Abstract : Visual servoing (see [1] for an introduction to basic approaches) consists in controlling the motion of a robot by using computer vision data. Visual servoing schemes aim to minimize an error defined between a vector s of visual features derived from image measurements, and the vector s ∗ of the desired values of the features (which correspond to the reference position). A first classical visual servoing scheme is the image-based visual servoing (IBVS), that employs for s a set of features that are directly available in the image data. Another is position-based visual servoing, where s is a set of robot position parameters that have to be estimated from image data. The classical IBVS approach is considered in the sequel. It consists in using the image coordinates of a set of points to define the feature vector s. They are compared to their coordinates in a reference image taken at the desired camera position to control the robot motion. Stability and convergence of IBVS has been studied but remains challenging [2]. Visual servoing will be done in the so-called eye-in-hand configuration, in which the camera is mounted on the robot. An holonomic 3 degrees-of-freedom robot is considered. Its configuration is given by its coordinates (x, y) in the plane and its heading θ. The robot is equipped with a line-scan camera (a camera that captures a single row of pixels, i.e an image line). For the sake of simplicity, the camera and the robot pose are assumed to be the same. This work aims to compute the set of camera poses from which IBVS will converge to the reference pose (that corresponds to the reference image). Since classical IBVS is done by matching feature points between the current image and the reference image, we also need to check that the feature points always stay in the camera field of view.
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Vincent Drevelle. Convergence domain of image-based visual servoing with a line-scan camera. Summer Workshop on Interval Methods, SWIM 2016, Jun 2016, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01415435⟩



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