David R. Strip

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We describe a computational approach to remote sensing image analysis that addresses many of the classic problems associated with storage, search, and query. This process starts by automatically annotating the fundamental objects in the image data set that will be used as a basis for an ontology, including both the objects (such as building, road, water,(More)
Optical designs often specify both surface form and centering (tilt and lateral displacement) tolerances on aspheric surfaces. In contrast to spherical surfaces, form and centering errors are coupled for aspheric surfaces. Current standards do not specify how to interpret such tolerances, and in particular they do not define the position of an aspheric(More)
Automatic programming of insertions is an essential step in achieving a truly flexible manufacturing environment. We present techniques based on active compliance implemented with hybrid force-position control capable of inserting a wide variety of shaped pegs. These techniques provide a significant step towards an automatically programmed flexible(More)
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