Computer Vision Systems for Industry: Comparisons
This article is written for those who are not familiar with the problems of automatic, computer-based pattern recognition. It surveys known methods in the light of opportunities offered by silicon chip technology.
The article also discusses some of the design decisions made in the creation of WISARD*, a fast pattern recognition computer built at Brunel University. Its structure has been optimized for silicon chip implementation.
KeywordsWelding Production Line Tate Sorting Clarification
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