MAVIS: a visual environment for active computer vision

@article{Olson1992MAVISAV,
  title={MAVIS: a visual environment for active computer vision},
  author={Thomas J. Olson and Nicholas G. Klop and Mark R. Hyett and Shawn M. Carnell},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages},
  year={1992},
  pages={170-176}
}
MAVIS is a dataflow visual language for computer vision and image processing. It features a high degree of 'liveness' and compliance with user directives, providing a flexible environment for building and testing vision algorithms. MAVIS includes a number of features intended to support real-time or 'active' vision. Among these are flexible user and program control of communications and scheduling, direct user and program access to all computational and system parameters, and an inherently… CONTINUE READING

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