Artificial vision for robots
Chapman & Hall, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 233 pages
Papers on robot vision. Discusses the next stage of robot development, concerned with the design & use of the adaptive robot-the robot that can react to changes in its environment.
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Software or Hardware for Robot Vision?
Comparison of Five Methods for the Recognition
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