Machine Vision Competence as a Function of Computing Power -- Four Years Later

Abstract : Annual increases in workstation capacity suggest that today between 5 and 15 times the computing power of 1994 should be available in a laboratory. We discuss the consequences for the specific case of robot control by real-time machine vision in an automatic disassembly cell, characterizing machine vision competence by speed, robustness, versatility, analyzability, and maintainability.
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Hans-Hellmut Nagel, Thomas Muller, Volker Gengenbach, Nicolas Andreff, Alexander Bachem, et al.. Machine Vision Competence as a Function of Computing Power -- Four Years Later. IAR Annual Report 1998, IAR, French-German Institute for Research Applications, 1998, undef, Samoa. pp.15--22. ⟨inria-00590097⟩

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