Visual processing and classification of items on a moving conveyor : a selective perception approach

@inproceedings{Yal2002VisualPA,
  title={Visual processing and classification of items on a moving conveyor : a selective perception approach},
  author={ulya Yal},
  year={2002}
}
  • ulya Yal
  • Published 2002
Many industrial applications require some sort of automated visual processing and classification of items placed on a moving conveyor. In this paper, we present a selective perception based approach to visual processing. The novelty of this approach is that instead of processing the whole image, only areas that are deemed ‘‘interesting’’ and hence calling for attention are analyzed. The attentional sequences thus constructed can then be used for a variety of tasks including shape determination… CONTINUE READING
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