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Brain, Vision and AI

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Cesare Rossi
Cesare Rossi

University of Naples Federico II,
Italy

Published01 August 2008

Doi10.5772/76

ISBN978-953-7619-04-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5752-6

Copyright year2008

Number of pages294

The aim of this book is to provide new ideas, original results and practical experiences regarding service robotics. This book provides only a small example of this research activity, but it covers a great deal of what has been done in the field recently. Furthermore, it works as a valuable resource for researchers interested in this field.

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1. Visual Perception of Semi-transparent Blotches: Detection and Restoration

By V. Bruni, A. J. Crawford, A. Kokaram and D. Vitulano

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3. Bio-inspired Connectionist Modelling: An Application to Visual Perception of Motion

By Claudio Castellanos Sanchez and Pedro Luis Sanchez Orellana

2,434
10. Laban Movement Analysis Using a Bayesian Model and Perspective Projections

By Joerg Rett, Jorge Dias and Juan-Manuel Ahuactzin

5,144
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11. Video System in Robotic Applications

By Vincenzo Niola, Cesare Rossi, Sergio Savino and Salvatore Strano

2,280
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13. Ranking and Extraction of Relevant Single Words in Text

By Joao Ventura and Joaquim Ferreira da Silva

2,807
2

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