S.R. Vijayalakshmi and S. Muruganand
c/o Stylus Publishing, Inc.
22883 Quicksilver Drive, Sterling, VA 20166-2012
Embedded Vision: An Introduction reviews the concept of embedded vision: the inclusion of "computer vision" into machines that decode meaning from images or video. This concept is widely applied to AI and machine learning, but also delves into various branches of computer-driven technology, from industrial and medical devices to robotics and security concerns. Programmers and computer professionals interested in machine design with this vision-enabled technology receive a basic introduction that covers hardware, software, real-world applications, and future possibilities of new sensors, processors, and equipment. Tables, charts, and figures accompany mathematical formulas and solutions to problems which lend technical support to the concept of embedded vision applications. The result is a powerful, advanced discussion which will be key to computer designers seeking both present-day usage insights and future possibilities of embedded vision technology.
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