Automated inspection and high speed vision architectures: 3-4 November 1987, Cambridge, Massachusetts
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SEQUENTIAL AND PARALLEL VISION ALGORITHMS
REALTIME COSTEFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATIONS FOR COMPUTER VISION
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algorithm analysis applications architecture array attention scheme automated binary binary image blackboard Blackboard Systems blob breakpoints calculated calibration camera color Computer Vision configuration coordinate defined described detection determined developed digitizer distance transformation dynamic edge extraction feature extraction filter flaw flying objects fractal frame function geometry grey level hardware high speed horizontal IEEE image processing implemented input inspection intensity kernel Kiwivision level vision light linear machine vision mask matching matrix measurement memory method MicroVax modules motion motion detection node noise operation optical orientation output parallel parameters pattern recognition performed phosphor photodetector pipeline pixel position problem processor Prolog provides real-time robot sampling scan sensor fusion sensor resolution shadow-mask shift register shown in Figure signal simulation skeleton space spatial strobe surface target task techniques texture threshold tracking vision system visual VMEbus window