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Exploratory Vision: The Active Eye (Springer Series in Perception Engineering) - Michael S. Landy; Laurence T. Maloney; Misha Pavel
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Advances in sensing, signal processing, and computer technology during the past half century have stimulated numerous attempts to design general-purpose ma- chines that see. These attempts have met with at best modest success and more typically outright failure. The difficulties encountered in building working com- puter vision systems based on state-of-the-art techniques came as a surprise. Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the problem is that machine vision sys- tems cannot deal with numerous visual tasks that humans perform rapidly and effortlessly. In reaction to this perceived discrepancy in performance, various researchers (notably Marr, 1982) suggested that the design of machine-vision systems should be based on principles drawn from the study of biological systems. This "neuro- morphic" or "anthropomorphic" approach has proven fruitful: the use of pyramid (multiresolution) image representation methods in image compression is one ex- ample of a successful application based on principles primarily derived from the study of biological vision systems. It is still the case, however, that the perfor- of computer vision systems falls far short of that of the natural systems mance they are intended to mimic, suggesting that it is time to look even more closely at the remaining differences between artificial and biological vision systems. algorithms,artificial intelligence,computer mathematics,computer science,computer vision,computers and technology,graphic design,graphics and multimedia,graphics and visualization,human vision and language systems Graphic Design, Springer

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The Active Eye Advances in sensing, signal processing, and computer technology during the past half century have stimulated numerous attempts to design general-purpose ma­ chines that see. These attempts have met with at best modest success and more typically outright failure. The difficulties encountered in building working com­ puter vision systems based on state-of-the-art techniques came as a surprise. Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the problem is that machine vision sys­ tems cannot deal with numerous visual tasks that humans perform rapidly and effortlessly. In reaction to this perceived discrepancy in performance, various researchers (notably Marr, 1982) suggested that the design of machine-vision systems should be based on principles drawn from the study of biological systems. This "neuro­ morphic" or "anthropomorphic" approach has proven fruitful: the use of pyramid (multiresolution) image representation methods in image compression is one ex­ ample of a successful application based on principles primarily derived from the study of biological vision systems. It is still the case, however, that the perfor­ of computer vision systems falls far short of that of the natural systems mance they are intended to mimic, suggesting that it is time to look even more closely at the remaining differences between artificial and biological vision systems. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-387-94563-7, Springer

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Advances in sensing, signal processing, and computer technology during the past half century have stimulated numerous attempts to design general-purpose ma­ chines that see. These attempts have met with at best modest success and more typically outright failure. The difficulties encountered in building working com­ puter vision systems based on state-of-the-art techniques came as a surprise. Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the problem is that machine vision sys­ tems cannot deal with numerous visual tasks that humans perform rapidly and effortlessly. In reaction to this perceived discrepancy in performance, various researchers (notably Marr, 1982) suggested that the design of machine-vision systems should be based on principles drawn from the study of biological systems. This ´´neuro­ morphic´´ or ´´anthropomorphic´´ approach has proven fruitful: the use of pyramid (multiresolution) image representation methods in image compression is one ex­ ample of a successful application based on principles primarily derived from the study of biological vision systems. It is still the case, however, that the perfor­ of computer vision systems falls far short of that of the natural systems mance they are intended to mimic, suggesting that it is time to look even more closely at the remaining differences between artificial and biological vision systems. The Active Eye Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Springer

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The Active Eye Advances in sensing, signal processing, and computer technology during the past half century have stimulated numerous attempts to design general-purpose ma­ chines that see. These attempts have met with at best modest success and more typically outright failure. The difficulties encountered in building working com­ puter vision systems based on state-of-the-art techniques came as a surprise. Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the problem is that machine vision sys­ tems cannot deal with numerous visual tasks that humans perform rapidly and effortlessly. In reaction to this perceived discrepancy in performance, various researchers (notably Marr, 1982) suggested that the design of machine-vision systems should be based on principles drawn from the study of biological systems. This "neuro­ morphic" or "anthropomorphic" approach has proven fruitful: the use of pyramid (multiresolution) image representation methods in image compression is one ex­ ample of a successful application based on principles primarily derived from the study of biological vision systems. It is still the case, however, that the perfor­ of computer vision systems falls far short of that of the natural systems mance they are intended to mimic, suggesting that it is time to look even more closely at the remaining differences between artificial and biological vision systems. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-387-94563-7, Springer

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Exploratory Vision
Autor:

Landy, M. S.

Titel:

Exploratory Vision

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9780387945637

This book is a dialogue between researchers who study biological visual and computer scientists and engineers who seek to build computer vision systems that actively explore the environment. By describing new and important ways to design robots analogous to biological visual systems, it provides deep insights into the problems and solutions of computer vision. The book is divided into four parts, each addressing a different aspect of exploratory or active vision in biological and machine vision systems. The chapters are written by a cross-disciplinary selection of leading researchers who study computer and biological vision. As a result, many researchers and students concerned with vision will find this an invaluable survey to this fast-moving field.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780387945637
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0387945636
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1995
Herausgeber: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
362 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,635 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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