Keywords: active vision
Start Date: 1 January 92 / Status: finished / Duration: 36 months
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The objective of this collaboration is to develop a first version of a theory of control of perception. This will be performed in the context of theoretical and experimental work related to a complete vision system, which includes an actively controlled binocular camera head.
The work will include demonstration of a complete real time active vision system, and the development of a common framework for experiments in integration and control.
European links: ESPRIT projects VAP (3038), Vision as Process, and VAP-II (7108), in which a skeleton system to enable experimental investigation of continuously operating vision systems has been developed.
46 avenue Felix Viallet
F - 38031 GRENOBLE Cedex, F
LIFIA-ADR Grenoble, F
University of Aalborg, DK
LTIRF, INP, Grenoble, F
Linköping University, S
Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, S
University of Surrey, UK
University of Rochester, N.Y., USA
University of Pensylvannia, Philadelphia, Penn, USA
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
University of Massachusetts, USA
Mr. James L. Crowley
Tel: +33 76 57 45 00
Fax: +33 76 46 88 24
VISION - EC-US003, May 1997
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