Current challenges in automating visual perception

  title={Current challenges in automating visual perception},
  author={C. Oertel and B. Colder and Jeffrey B. Colombe and Julia High and M. Ingram and Phil Sallee},
  journal={2008 37th IEEE Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition Workshop},
  • C. Oertel, B. Colder, +3 authors Phil Sallee
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • 2008 37th IEEE Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition Workshop
  • After nearly half a century of computer vision research, application-specific systems are common but the goal of developing a robust, general-purpose computer vision system remains out of reach. Rather than focus on the strengths and weaknesses of current computer vision approaches, this paper will enumerate and investigate the challenges that must be overcome before this goal can be achieved. Key challenges include handling variations in environment or acquisition parameters such as lighting… CONTINUE READING
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