Observers with dual spatially separated sensors for enhanced estimation: Industrial, automotive, and biomedical applications

Abstract : The presence of two eyes, ears, and nostrils endows mammals with many benefits that go beyond just having a second (spare) sensory organ. The spatial separation between two similar sensory organs enables enhanced sensory perception. For instance, in the case of the eyes, it is well known that the presence of two spatially separated eyes enables stereopsis (three-dimensional depth perception), which is important for tasks requiring spatial discrimination, such as threading a needle or judging the space between cars on the road, and also for many athletic activities.
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Rajesh Rajamani, Yan Wang, Garrett D. Nelson, Ryan Madson, Ali Zemouche. Observers with dual spatially separated sensors for enhanced estimation: Industrial, automotive, and biomedical applications. IEEE Control Systems, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017, 37 (3), pp.42-58. ⟨10.1109/MCS.2017.2674439⟩. ⟨hal-01534700⟩

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