Computer Vision : What Is The Object ?

@inproceedings{Stone1993ComputerV,
  title={Computer Vision : What Is The Object ?},
  author={James V. Stone},
  year={1993}
}
Vision consists of a multiplicity of tasks, of which object identiication is only one. We in the computer vision community have concentrated our eeorts on object identiication, and have thereby ensured that the formulation of the problem of vision provides methods which are not of general utility for vision. Ironically, one consequence of this is that computer vision may not even be of use for object identiication. An analysis of why computer vision has become synonymous with object… CONTINUE READING

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