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Real-time tracking systems often make use of a reference image and, where processing power is limited, an 'area of interest'. To obtain such information commonly requires user interaction. Typically, a reference image is obtained by the user capturing an image when the objects being tracked are not present in the scene and an 'area of interest' may also be(More)
The ability to undertake therapeutic work either directly or indirectly is central to many Clinical Psychology posts. This paper focuses on the acquisition of skills and knowledge gained through experiential learning components of a Clinical Psychology doctoral training programme following the introduction of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) into its academic(More)
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