Kandiah Sivayoganathan

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The panacea of object recognition has to be a general solution that can be applied to all problems, but as yet this is just a distant dream. The ability of even the youngest child to recognise and perceive an object irrespective of it's view shows how far object recognition has still to go. Marr (1) describes this as being 'primarily (a) phenomena of(More)
Reverse Engineering (RE) is a relatively new field, which aims to reproduce a physical prototype accurately. Prototype models are usually made from clay or wood, by stylists [MA, 1998], and do not involve the use of mathematical methods to determine shape [BEZIER, 1990]. RE involves the main stages of data collection, modelling and machining. In many cases,(More)
Computer vision is often required to provide data to a robot for grasping of a target and performing assembly tasks. Using a vision system for assembly presents several issues with respect to data acquisition, coordinate transforms, invariant object recognition, and vision system configuration for integration with the robot. This paper presents an overview(More)
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