Application Specific Instrumentation (ASIN): A Bio-inspired Paradigm to Instrumentation using recognition before detection

@article{Mishra2016ApplicationSI,
  title={Application Specific Instrumentation (ASIN): A Bio-inspired Paradigm to Instrumentation using recognition before detection},
  author={Amit Kumar Mishra},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1611.00228}
}
In this paper we present a new scheme for instrumentation, which has been inspired by the way small mammals sense their environment. We call this scheme Application Specific Instrumentation (ASIN). A conventional instrumentation system focuses on gathering as much information about the scene as possible. This, usually, is a generic system whose data can be used by another system to take a specific action. ASIN fuses these two steps into one. The major merit of the proposed scheme is that it… CONTINUE READING

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