Preprocessing Phase in the PIETSI Project (Prediction of Time Evolution Images Using Intelligent Systems)
We outline the PIETSI project, the core of which is an image prediction strategy, and discuss common preliminary image processing tasks that are relevant when facing problems such as: useless background, information overlapping (solvable if dissimilar coding is being used) and memory usage, which can be described as “marginal information efficiency”.
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