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Motion vision; design of compact motion sensing solutions for autonomous systems navigation.


Motion vision; design of compact motion sensing solutions for autonomous systems navigation.

Kolodko, Julian and Ljubo Vlacic.



428 pages



IEE control series; 67


Kolodko and Vlacic, both affiliated with the Intelligent Control Systems Laboratory, Griffith University, Australia, focus on the design, development, and implementation of motion measuring sensors, in this guide for sensor designers and for advanced students with background in programming and basic digital logic. They begin by looking at the problem of motion estimation from biological, algorithmic, and digital perspectives, then describe an algorithm that fits with the motion processing model and hardware and software constraints, and detail implementation of the algorithm in digital hardware. The book is distributed in the US by Books International.

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Date:Sep 1, 2005
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