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  Computer vision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Computer vision is the study and application of methods which allow computers to "understand" image content or content of multidimensional data in general.
Computer vision, on the other hand, studies and describes technical system which are implemented in software or hardware, in computers or in digital signal processors.
Computer vision is by some seen as a subfield of artificial intelligence where image data is being fed into a system as an alternative to text based input for controlling the behaviour of a system.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Computer_vision   (2333 words)

 Category:Computer vision - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Computer vision is an interdisciplinary field related to, e.g., artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, signal processing and geometry.
The purpose of computer vision is to program a computer to "understand" a scene or features in an image.
Computer vision shares many topics and methods with image processing and machine vision.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Computer_vision   (167 words)

 Golan Levin - Computer Vision for Artists and Designers
To understand how novel forms of interactive media can take advantage of computer vision techniques, it is helpful to begin with an understanding of the kinds of problems that vision algorithms have been developed to address, and their basic mechanisms of operation.
Many low-level computer vision algorithms are geared to the task of distinguishing which pixels, if any, belong to people or other objects of interest in the scene.
Some computer vision toolkits take the form of stand-alone applications, and are designed to communicate the results of their analyses to other environments (such as Processing, Director or Max) through protocols like MIDI, serial RS-232, UDP or TCP/IP networks.
www.flong.com /writings/texts/essay_cvad.html   (5989 words)

 Computer Vision (comp256)
Computer Vision, formerly an almost esoteric corner of research and regarded as a field of research still in its infancy, has emerged to a key discipline in computer science.
Computer Vision is still far from being a solved problem, and most exciting developments, discoveries and applications still lie ahead of us.
Graduate students that are interested to learn about the fundamental concepts of computer vision or desire to use compute vision techniques in their research.
www.cs.unc.edu /Research/vision/comp256   (312 words)

 Computer Vision Syndrome and Computer Glasses
Computer monitors are often placed too close to the user because of space constraints or lack of understanding on how the eyes function while working on a computer.
The problem is that they are single vision lenses (they correct the vision at only one distance), the correction is exactly the same in each eye (few people have the exact same correction in each eye), and there is no option available for prism, a tint, a UV coating, and an anti-reflective coating.
Visual ability, personal preferences of the computer user, the type of work, the distance between the computer user's eyes and the monitor, and lighting in the workplace are all factors that should be taken into consideration when selecting and prescribing computer glasses.
www.mdsupport.org /library/cvs.html   (3059 words)

 The Computer Vision Industry
Computer vision (also referred to as "machine vision") refers to the automated extraction of information regarding the objects or scene in one or more images.
Vision technologies: Fabric inspection is based on computer vision and psychology research into texture analysis and color discrimination.
Vision technologies: The most difficult aspect of this problem is in reliably and accurately locating the region of the scene at which to do the insertion.
www.cs.ubc.ca /spider/lowe/vision.html   (3683 words)

And there is so much more to vision than meets the eye, such as when fog or snow obscures a portion of the road ahead of you (or imagine that you are scuba diving in murky waters...).
"Computer vision is the branch of artificial intelligence that focuses on providing computers with the functions typical of human vision.
A cognitive vision system may therefore be said to combine the acquisition and processing of visual data relating to objects, processes or events, and the mobilisation of specific knowledge for reasoning, establishing conclusions and making decisions.
www.aaai.org /AITopics/html/vision.html   (2666 words)

 Computer Vision - JHU Computer Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Computer Vision is the study of inferring properties of the world based on one or more digital images.
Computer Vision -- A modern approach (draft version) by David Forsyth and Jean Ponce.
Computer Vision (draft version) by George Stockman and Linda Shapiro.
www.ugrad.cs.jhu.edu /~cs461   (1769 words)

 The Computer Vision Homepage
The emphasis of the Computer Vision Homepage is on computer vision research rather than on commercial products.
Since some of you may be using old browsers which cannot handle these advanced features, we maintain a text only version of the Computer Vision Homepage which contains all of the information found on the regular pages.
Since the Computer Vision Homepage includes numerous links all over the world, you are bound to encounter broken links from time to time.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~cil/vision.html   (751 words)

 Computer Vision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
If your vision is good at distance with or without glasses or contacts, you must change how your eyes focus from that far distance to the computer monitors closer distance.
When the visual demand of using the computer exceed the ability of the user to meet that demand, symptoms of CVS are noted.
I have seen many people that have had perfect vision for years and a few months after starting a new job with extensive computer time they start to become nearsighted and their distance vision becomes blurry.
www.visioneyedoctor.com /computer_vision.htm   (808 words)

 Computer Vision and Image Understanding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Computer Vision and Image Understanding is the oldest and a most prestigious journal devoted to the dissemination of research in areas relevant to computer vision.
Papers are published on all aspects of image analysis, from low-level processing, as in early vision, to high-level symbolic processing needed for recognition and interpretation.
Manuscripts may be submitted to Computer Vision and Image Understanding on personal computer disks after the manuscript has been accepted and after all revisions have been incorporated onto the disk.
rvl4.ecn.purdue.edu /~kak/cviu.html   (1444 words)

 Open Directory - Computers: Artificial Intelligence: Vision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Cognex Corporation - Designs, develops, manufactures and markets family of machine vision computer systems which are used to replace human vision in a wide range of manufacturing processes.
Computer Vision Handbook - Primarily intended for a researcher trying to decipher papers outside his own area of expertise, or a graduate student starting research.
Seeing is Believing: Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence - "This article will look at the role that knowledge plays in computer vision and how the use of reasoning, context, and knowledge in visual tasks reduces the complexity of the general problem." Published in Crossroads, the ACM student magazine.
dmoz.org /Computers/Artificial_Intelligence/Vision   (933 words)

 Colorado State University Vision Group
The Computer Vision Group at Colorado State University focuses on semantic object recognition in complex domains.
The challenge of object recognition has lead us to address computer vision in the broader context of Artificial Intelligence, and to integrate techniques from empirical evaluation and machine learning.
Our goal is to use these techniques to develop computer vision systems whose behaviors are both reliable and understood.
www.cs.colostate.edu /~vision   (122 words)

 The Computer Vision Handbook
The computer vision literature is vast and diverse.
Furthermore, computer vision research depends on techniques from a wide range of other fields.
We prefer references that provide succinct coverage of material required for research in computer vision, minimizing coverage of material that is unlikely to be used in our area.
www.cs.hmc.edu /~fleck/computer-vision-handbook   (346 words)

 Computer Vision Source Code
It has been developed at the Chair of Technical Computer Science (Lehrstuhl fuer Technische Informatik) LTI at the Aachen University of Technology, as part of many research projects in computer vision dealing with robotics, object recognition and sing language and gesture recognition.
Projective Vision Toolkit - PVT is a series of utilities that allows one to take an image sequence and compute the fundamental matrix and trilinear tensor.
VXL - C++ libraries for Computer Vision - The Vision-something-Libraries are a collection of C++ libraries designed for computer vision research.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~cil/v-source.html   (9824 words)

 Geometry in Action: Vision
Many computer vision papers tend to apply signal processing techniques rather than discrete geometry, to be very heuristic, or to simply describe coordinate systems or other geometric modelling tools.
Several vision projects use Voronoi diagrams to represent the structure of the image under study.
Mihran Tuceryan's computational geometry research page describes an application of Voronoi diagrams to finding neighbor relationships between image tokens, and includes bibliographic references to related papers by Tuceryan, Ahuja, and others.
www.ics.uci.edu /~eppstein/gina/vision.html   (460 words)

 Computer Vision - PSI Group, University of Toronto
This is because the model learns the continuity in the texture and uses this to explain the occluded regions in the patches.
An interesting and potentially useful vision/graphics task is to render an input image in an enhanced form or also in a unusual style; for example with increased sharpness or with some artistic qualities.
We also show that current techniques for image restoration or reconstruction proposed in the vision literature (e.g., image super-resolution or de-noising) and image-based non-photorealistic rendering could be seen a special cases of our model.
www.psi.toronto.edu /computerVision.html   (2106 words)

 Computational Vision: Research Links
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition): 1996 / 1997 / 1998 / 1999 / 2000 / 2001 / 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006
More thorough listings of vision conferences may be found at the Vision Science and CMU computer vision sites.
Computational Neuroscience: Vision A 2-week course held every other summer since 1987 at Cold Spring Harbor Labs.
www.cns.nyu.edu /~eero/vision-links.html   (563 words)

 LinuxDevCenter.com -- Program Your Computer to See
Computer Vision is the science of applying algorithms to still or moving images in order to automatically extract meaningful, reproducible data.
But despite the increases in raw data processing power available, CV continues to be very difficult, with advances being hard won and the most successful algorithms often being extremely complex.
In June of this year, at the IEEE Computer Society Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Intel announced the availability of the first alpha version of its "Open Source Computer Vision Library" (OSCVL) for Microsoft Windows.
www.linuxdevcenter.com /pub/a/linux/2000/09/22/computer_vision.html   (889 words)

 Computer Vision
Ever since the advent of computational machines, researchers have wondered whether these machines can be programmed to imitate human cognitive processes (visual perception, natural language processing, deductive reasoning etc).
Computer vision is the study of analysis of pictures and videos in order to achieve results similar to those as by men.
Fundamentals of Computer Vision" (This book is only available online and provide useful resource to most of the problems that will be covered in the class.
www.cs.ucf.edu /courses/cap6411/cap5415   (1380 words)

 Computer Vision
To introduce students to Computer Vision, an area of increasing importance in the technologies of robotics and human-computer interaction, and which raises computational issues not met elsewhere in our degree programmes.
To give an understanding of some of the central issues in computer vision, including its relationship to some aspects of biological vision, and to develop the skills needed to write simple applied computer vision programs using a suitable package.
The course introduces the field of computer vision and its relation to research on natural vision systems.
www.informatics.sussex.ac.uk /users/davidy/compvis   (802 words)

 Computer Vision Meets Digital Libraries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Computer vision meets digital libraries when there are lots and lots of images.
The words may be carefully chosen keywords as in the Corel data set, or free-form text in conjunction with natural language pre-processing.
Clustering Art, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2001 (in press).
elib.cs.berkeley.edu /vision.html   (678 words)

 CAVE | Computer Vision Laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The CAVE Laboratory at Columbia University is dedicated to the development of advanced vision systems.
Our research focuses on three broad areas: the creation of vision sensors, the design of physics-based models for vision, and the development of algorithms for scene interpretation.
Our work is motivated by applications in the fields of digital imaging, machine vision, robotics, human-machine interfaces, computer graphics, and displays.
www1.cs.columbia.edu /CAVE   (63 words)

 Computer Vision Syndrome: Do You Have It? - AllAboutVision.com
Tips for finding a computer vision specialist, minimizing glare, adjusting your monitor, taking breaks, and dealing with symptoms such as eyestrain, eye fatigue, dry eyes, light sensitivity, blurred vision, headaches, and more.
Expert answers to the most-asked questions about who suffers from computer vision syndrome, what the symptoms are, and how computer eyewear can increase comfort and productivity.
Read more about how computer use is affecting the eyes of children and teens, and why your child should be examined by a computer vision specialist.
www.allaboutvision.com /cvs   (333 words)

 Computer Vision Syndrome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Additionally, after prolonged computer use, the frequency of blinking is decreased and eyes dry out and become sore.
Because of the elevated gaze, computer users frequently dip their heads which results in poor posture and neck pain.
If you use your computer often and have experienced several of these symptoms, you probably are a victim of Computer Vision Syndrome.
www.compukiss.com /vc/cvs/cvs.html   (420 words)

 Computer Vision Laboratory
The laboratory is involved in basic research in computer vision with emphasis on computational models for shape, texture, and color in combination with the segmentation process.
The goal is to develop robust vision system architectures that can combine different modules, adapt to the current purpose of the vision system and to the available computational resources.
We use computer vision and image processing methods in derivation of alternative representations for video and still images.
www.lrv.fri.uni-lj.si   (178 words)

 People in Computer Vision
It includes only people who are actively engaged in computer vision research, i.e.
This classification is intended to include people in computer vision development or funding agencies, as well as researchers in allied fields (e.g.
Students should be added when they reach the stage of working on a Ph.D. thesis in computer vision, submitting papers to conferences and journals, attending conferences, and the like.
www.cs.hmc.edu /~fleck/computer-vision-handbook/vision-people.html   (404 words)

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