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Learning to Detect Visual Grasp Affordance

Daniel Goehring, Hyun Oh Song, Mario Fritz, Trevor Darrell— 2015

Appearance-based estimation of grasp affordances is desirable when 3-D scans become unreliable due to clutter or material properties. We develop a general framework for estimating grasp affordances from 2-D sources, including local texture-like measures as well as object-category measures that capture previously learned grasp strategies. Local approaches to estimating grasp positions have been shown to be effective in real-world scenarios, but are unable to impart object-level biases and can be prone to false positives. We describe how global cues can be used to compute continuous pose estimates and corresponding grasp point locations, using a max-margin optimization for category-level continuous pose regression. We provide a novel dataset to evaluate visual grasp affordance estimation; on this dataset we show that a fused method outperforms either local or global methods alone, and that continuous pose estimation improves over discrete Output models. Finally, we demonstrate our autonomous object detection and grasping system on the Willow Garage PR2 robot.

TitelLearning to Detect Visual Grasp Affordance
VerfasserDaniel Goehring, Hyun Oh Song, Mario Fritz, Trevor Darrell
ThemaObject detection, Machine learning, Pose estimation
Datum2015
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Erschienen inIEEE Transactions on Automation and Engineering
Spracheeng