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Article: LOW-COST REAL-TIME IMAGING AND PROCESSING SYSTEM.

TitleLOW-COST REAL-TIME IMAGING AND PROCESSING SYSTEM.
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Issue Date1983
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Software & Microsystems, 1983, v. 2 n. 5, p. 121-129 How to Cite?
AbstractThe design of a low-cost microprocessor-based real-time image acquisition and processing system is presented. The design criteria of a real-time imaging module (RIM) and of the resulting processing system on a suitable host are discussed. This system accepts a standard video signal and converts it into 128 multiplied by 128 pixels at a rate of 50 frames per second. Simultaneous display of the digitized picture is provided. The RIM adopts a shared-memory approach to cope with the speed requirements, thus allowing the system to process both static and dynamic pictures in time-critical environments. It is inexpensive and adaptable to different hosts. A sufficient software library has been developed on a host, the EXORCISER, and two applications have been conducted on the system. To facilitate algorithm development, sampled pictures can be up-loaded to a more powerful system, the EXORMCS, which allow the evaluation of recognition algorithms.
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dc.contributor.authorLi, HFen_US
dc.contributor.authorTsang, CMen_US
dc.contributor.authorCheung, YSen_US
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dc.description.abstractThe design of a low-cost microprocessor-based real-time image acquisition and processing system is presented. The design criteria of a real-time imaging module (RIM) and of the resulting processing system on a suitable host are discussed. This system accepts a standard video signal and converts it into 128 multiplied by 128 pixels at a rate of 50 frames per second. Simultaneous display of the digitized picture is provided. The RIM adopts a shared-memory approach to cope with the speed requirements, thus allowing the system to process both static and dynamic pictures in time-critical environments. It is inexpensive and adaptable to different hosts. A sufficient software library has been developed on a host, the EXORCISER, and two applications have been conducted on the system. To facilitate algorithm development, sampled pictures can be up-loaded to a more powerful system, the EXORMCS, which allow the evaluation of recognition algorithms.en_US
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