CompPerspectiveNavPart1

CompPerspectiveNavPart1 - Where are we? A Computational...

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1 A Computational Perspective on Navigation Where are we? • On earth • In California • La Jolla • Pepper Canyon Hall 109 at UCSD • Between the parking ofFce and Vis Arts Marr’s three descriptions for every intelligent system • Computational • Representational/algorithmic • Implementational Constraints • A constraint excludes some possibilities in a range of possibilities. • A particular constraint may leave many possibilities in play. • Constraints can be combined to restrict the range of possibilities in play. • Sometimes it is possible to combine constraints in a way that leaves only a single possibility. Line of Position Arc of Position
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2 Combining one-dimensional Constraints Position/Displacement Constraint Distance, Rate, and Time Constraint Circle of 360 degrees
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3 Where are we? • Pepper Canyon Hall 106 at UCSD. – Latitude 32° 52’ 39.56” N – Longitude 117° 14’ 13.79” W GPS uses these constraints Speed of light Marr’s three descriptions for every
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course COGS 102a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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