A hardware-software architecture for computer vision systems

@article{Fernandes2018AHA,
  title={A hardware-software architecture for computer vision systems},
  author={Ant{\^o}nio Ot{\'a}vio Fernandes and Luiz Fernando Etrusco Moreira and Glauber Tadeu S. Carmo and Jos{\'e} Monteiro da Mata},
  journal={Journal of Engineering and Technology for Industrial Applications},
  year={2018},
  volume={4}
}
Computer vision systems are based on capture and processing of images, from which information for the application is extracted. This paper presents a hybrid platform which can be easily configured and efficiently used for a large number of applications in computer vision. It consists of a dedicated processor integrated to the capture element, connected to a general-purpose computer for the highlevel application processing. The camera module consists of a DSP executing a middleware which… 

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