Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Human-Centric Machine Vision

Edited by Fabio Solari

University of Genoa, Italy

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Recently, the algorithms for the processing of the visual information have greatly evolved, providing efficient and effective solutions to cope with the variability and the complexity of real-world environments. These achievements yield to the development of Machine Vision systems that overcome the typical industrial applications, where the environments are controlled and the tasks are very specific, towards the use of innovative solutions to face with everyday needs of people. The Human-Centric Machine Vision can help to solve the problems raised by the needs of our society, e.g. security and safety, health care, medical imaging, and human machine interface. In such applications it is necessary to handle changing, unpredictable and complex situations, and to take care of the presence of humans.

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Human-Centric Machine VisionEdited by Fabio Solari

Published: May 2nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1360

ISBN: 978-953-51-0563-3

Copyright year: 2012

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15542 Total Chapter Downloads

2 Crossref Citations

4 Web of Science Citations

9 Dimensions Citations

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1. The Perspective Geometry of the Eye: Toward Image-Based Eye-Tracking

By Andrea Canessa, Agostino Gibaldi, Manuela Chessa, Silvio Paolo Sabatini and Fabio Solari

2221

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2. Feature Extraction Based on Wavelet Moments and Moment Invariants in Machine Vision Systems

By G.A. Papakostas, D.E. Koulouriotis and V.D. Tourassis

1613

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3. A Design for Stochastic Texture Classification Methods in Mammography Calcification Detection

By Hong Choon Ong and Hee Kooi Khoo

2003

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4. Optimized Imaging Techniques to Detect and Screen the Stages of Retinopathy of Prematurity

By S. Prabakar, K. Porkumaran, Parag K. Shah and V. Narendran

1678

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5. Automatic Scratching Analyzing System for Laboratory Mice: SCLABA-Real

By Yuman Nie, Idaku Ishii, Akane Tanaka and Hiroshi Matsuda

2426

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6. Machine Vision Application to Automatic Detection of Living Cells/Objects

By Hernando Fernandez-Canque

1400

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7. Reading Mobile Robots and 3D Cognitive Mapping

By Hartmut Surmann, Bernd Moeller, Christoph Schaefer and Yan Rudall

1654

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8. Transformations of Image Filters for Machine Vision Using Complex-Valued Neural Networks

By Takehiko Ogawa

1298

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9. Boosting Economic Growth Through Advanced Machine Vision

By Soha Maad, Samir Garbaya, Nizar Ayadi and Saida Bouakaz

1249

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