SMD position measurement by a Kohonen network compared with image processing
Two techniques for determining the exact position of a surface mounted device in a robot's hand are compared: a Kohonen network and image processing. The algorithms are developed on a sequential machine. Computing times for special purpose parallel hardware are estimated, indicating that the two techniques are comparable.
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