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Autonomic Computer Vision Systems

@inproceedings{Crowley2007AutonomicCV,
  title={Autonomic Computer Vision Systems},
  author={James L. Crowley and Daniela Hall and R{\'e}mi Emonet and Inp Grenoble},
  year={2007}
}
For most real applications of computer vision, variations in operating conditions result in poor reliability. As a result, real world applications tend to require lengthy set-up and frequent intervention by qualified specialists. In this paper we describe how autonomic computing can be used to reduce the cost of installation and enhance reliability for practical computer vision systems. We begin by reviewing the origins of autonomic computing. We then describe the design of a tracking-based… 

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