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A poster presentation on this
topic was given at the Seventh IEEE International Conference on Computer
Vision, Kerkyra, Greece, Sept. 1999.
A presentation related to this topic was given at the
Second IEEE Workshop on Perception for Mobile Agents, in association with the
1999 IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern
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