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computer implementation of a theory of human stereo vision.

William Eric Leifur Grimson

computer implementation of a theory of human stereo vision.

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Published by Royal Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol. 292, no. 1058, 12 May 1981, pp217-253
ContributionsRoyal Society.
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Open LibraryOL13808210M

implementation details of stereo perception software may not be known well enough to make reasonable trade-off decisions. This paper describes the relationships between the parameters above so an engineer can perform the following optimization task: Configure a robot’s computer system to perform stereo calculations fast enough to enable a small. The book has been written by many authors yet the chapters present homogeneity and good coordination in exposing different arguments." (Nello Balossino, The Computer Journal, Vol. 45 (6), ) "This book presents the rebirth of panoramic vision as it is applied to computer vision. Computer Science Department Report No. STAN-B-7 2 1 Depth Preception in Stereo Computer Vision bY Clark Thompson ABSTRACT October 19 7 5 This report describes a stereo vision approch to depth perception; the author has build upon a set of programs that decompose the problem in the following way: 1) Production of a camera.


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