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Outdoor mobility of Visually Impaired People (VIPs) has always been challenging due to the dynamically varying scenes and environmental states. Variety of systems have been introduced to assist VIPs' mobility that include sensor mounted canes and use of machine intelligence. However, these systems are not reliable when used to navigate the VIPs in dynamically changing environments. The associated challenges are the robust sensing and avoiding diverse types of obstacles, dynamically modellingdoi:10.1109/dese.2019.00183 dblp:conf/dese/KhanHKNB19 fatcat:63jonkur4zemvilhltocman32a