• Corpus ID: 56348388

New techniques improving accuracy of computer vision technologies

  title={New techniques improving accuracy of computer vision technologies},
  author={Muthu Dayalan},
  journal={Journal of emerging technologies and innovative research},
  • Muthu Dayalan
  • Published 1 September 2017
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of emerging technologies and innovative research
The computer vision technology has continued to evolve through advancement in researches. This has continually widened the computer vision and imaging processing to extended applications. This paper analyzes the technological advancement in these aspects. Machine vision system is among the emergent technologies, which digitizes the video images or information from a camera, processes the information to inspect the concerned object, and communicates with the system or the motion control [1] . 3D… 

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