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  • Holtzhausen, S; Matsebe, O; Tlale, NS (2008)
    AUVs are ideal platforms for search and rescue operations. They can also be used for inspection of underwater terrains. These vehicles need to be autonomous and robust to cope with unpredictable current and high pressures. ...
  • Holtzhausen, S; Matsebe, O; Tlale, NS; Bright, G (2008-11)
    AUVs are ideal platforms for search and rescue operations. They can also be used for inspection of underwater terrains. These vehicles need to be autonomous and robust to cope with unpredictable current and high pressures. ...
  • Matsebe, O; Namoshe, M; Tlale, N (INTECH, 2010)
    The goal of the chapter is to provide an opportunity for researchers who are new to, or interested in, this exciting area of research with the basics, background information, major issues, and the state-of-the-art as well ...
  • Matsebe, O (CSIR, 2008-11)
    SLAM is the process by which a robot builds a map of the environment and concurrently localise its position within the map. Solving this problem will render the robot truly autonomous
  • Matsebe, O; Holtzhausen, S; Kumile, CM; Tlale, NS (2008-12)
    The “solution” of the Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) problem has been one of the notable successes of the robotics community. SLAM has been formulated and solved as a theoretical problem in a number of different ...
  • Matsebe, O; Namoshe, M; Tlale, N (2010-07)
    Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) is a process by which a mobile robot maps the environment and concurrently localises itself within the map. Feature extraction is a technique by which sensor data is processed ...
  • Matsebe, O; Kumile, CM; Tlale, NS (2008-04)
    This paper overviews graphical simulators used for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) development. Graphical simulators allow researchers to develop autonomous software without the need for the actual vehicle. There are ...
  • Matsebe, O; Kumile, CM; Tlale, NS (2008-04)
    This paper overviews graphical simulators used for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) development. Graphical simulators allow researchers to develop autonomous software without the need for the actual vehicle. There are ...