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Visual simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) is challenging in dynamic environments as moving objects can impair camera pose tracking and mapping. This paper introduces a method for robust dense bject-level SLAM in dynamic environments that takes a live stream of RGB-D frame data as input, detects moving objects, and segments the scene into different objects while simultaneously tracking and reconstructing their 3D structures. This approach provides a new method of dynamic objectdoi:10.3390/app11020645 fatcat:afpvspjjvrftnbi65dl6fujeei