Basic Contents

Computer Vision ... (Published 1992)

Simulated Human Vision..... Ian Overington

Location: Eastbourne. UK
ianoverington@simulatedvision.co.uk ............ www.simulatedvision.co.uk

17.2. Practical compact, high-speed visual processing.
17.3. Some typical practical computer vision tasks and applications.
17.3.1. Industrial inspection. Some typical inspection tasks. Basic proven capabilities of VISIVE, relevant to automatic inspection.
17.3.2. Radiography.
17.3.3. Stereo vision systems.
17.3.4. Automatic guidance.
17.3.5. Multiparameter multiplexing.
17.4. Some observations from biological vision.
17.4.1. Threshold trends.
11.4.2. Appearance and context.
17.5. Inferences about biological vision.
17.6. Display/observer interface exploration.
17.7. Conclusions.

Chapter 18. Whither now?


In the rest of this book I have provided a progressive development of a very wide ranging, unified
approach to early computer vision. Hopefully this is seen to be both self-consistent and powerful.
At this point I must acknowledge that, for all the versatility and broad base, I have dealt little with
what might be termed
high level vision. Even for the flow and stereo analyses of Chapters 9 and 10,
the curvature analysis of Chapter 12 and the practical applications suggested in Chapter 17, there is