Control of Perception in Active Vision


Keywords: active vision

Start Date: 1 January 92 / Status: finished / Duration: 36 months

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Objectivies and Approach

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

EU Partners

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

Non-EU Partners

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

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