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A recognition system for rectangular components based on structural decomposition
(Virginia Tech, 1995-07-15)
Simulation of X-ray imaging systems for luggage inspection
(Virginia Tech, 1995)
This thesis describes XL, an x-ray imaging simulator for luggage inspection. This software system runs on a workstation and models x-ray sources, x-ray detectors and objects between them. A simple graphical interface ...
Real-time parameter adjustment for archival image scanning
(Virginia Tech, 1992-06-03)
Classification of species and color of finished wooden components
(Virginia Tech, 1996-04-05)
<p>This thesis describes the use of computer vision and pattern recognition technology in the design of an automatic system which can distinguish species and color of finished wooden components. The system can identify ...
Digital frequency demodulation for a laser vibrometer
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
Situation Awareness: A Network Centric Approach
(Virginia Tech, 2008-09-26)
Situation (al) awareness (SA) is critical to analyze, predict and perform tasks effectively in a dynamic environment. Many studies on SA have ignored network dynamism and its effect on SA, focusing on simple environments. ...
Fast generation of Gaussian and Laplacian image pyramids using an FPGA-based custom computing platform
(Virginia Tech, 1994-09-12)
Tactile Sensing System Integrated to Compliant Foot of Humanoid Robot for Contact Force Measurement
(Virginia Tech, 2018-12-12)
Human beings have a touch and force estimation mechanism beneath their feet. They use this feeling of touch and force to maintain balance, walk, run and perform various agile motions. This paper presents a new sensor ...
A machine vision system for classifying rectangular cabinet frames
(Virginia Tech, 1994-08-18)
This thesis describes a machine vision solution to an industrial classification task. The specific problem is the identification of kitchen cabinet frames that travel on a conveyor belt. For these components, it is possible ...
ImagePilot 2.0, A Drawing Interpretation Tool for the Sight-impaired
(Virginia Tech, 1999-02-18)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of an innovative drawing interpretation tool for the sight-impaired. The move towards Graphical User Interfaces in today's computer era presents many challenges to those ...