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Virtual reality applications refer to the use of computers to simulate a physical environment in such a way that humans can readily visualize, explore, and interact with " objects " in this environment. The design of virtual scenes requires realistic physically based simulation algorithms and in particular efficient collision detection routines. Collision… (More)
The use of automated biometrics-based personal identification systems is an omnipresent procedure. Many technologies are no more secure, and they have certain limitations such as in cases when bodies are decomposed or burned. Dental enamel is one of the most mineralized tissues of an organism that have a post-mortem degradation resistance. In this article… (More)
The environment simulation is widely used nowadays. Training in many fields such as medicine and architecture heavily depends on virtual reality techniques. Since objects in real life do not have a deterministic shape it is not possible to have a geometric equation that might model them. Convex Hulls (or Convex Envelopes) are a must in such simulations. The… (More)
In this paper we are presenting a smart system for the detection of license plate details (numerals and letters). The system is decomposed into three phases: cleaning, segmentation, and identification. Arabic and Indian numbers can be detected as well as anomalies in the license plate such as missing numbers or connected numbers.