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- Peter T. Highnam
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 1986

We present an asymptotically optimal algorithm to locate all the axes of mirror symmetry of a planar i t The algorithm was derived by reducing the 2-D symmetry problem to linear pattern-matching. Opt gorithms for finding rotational symmetries and deciding whether a point symmetry exists are also prese

- Allan L. Fisher, Peter T. Highnam
- IEEE Trans. Pattern Anal. Mach. Intell.
- 1989

This paper describes a parallel algorithm for a line-finding Hough transform that runs on a linearly connected, SIMD vector of processors. We show that a high-precision transform, usually considered to be an expensive global operation, can be performed efficiently, in two to three times real time, with only local communication on a long vector. Theā¦ (More)

- Allan L. Fisher, Peter T. Highnam
- ICPP
- 1988

- Peter T. Highnam
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 1982

Data collection and dissemination capabilities surrounding all kinds of activity have advanced tremendously. This raw data must be turned into information, the information used to build knowledge. This knowledge is used to inform anomaly detection, prediction, and the ultimately to generate actionable intelligence. Data Sciences give us the theory and theā¦ (More)

The main goal of this project is to produce a representational schema that can be used to compare shape descriptions of solid three-dimensional objects. We arc working toward a demonstration to show recognition and determination of position and orientation of solid objects on a tabletop, using a sensor consisting of a light-stripe projector and cameraā¦ (More)

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