A Pre-Processor for the Real-Time Interpretation of Dynamic Scenes
A pre-processor is described that can be combined with a conventional computer into a powerful instrument for experiments in the field of computer vision. It contains several micro-computers, all of which work in parallel and have access to the digitized video signal at the same time. Each micro-computer executes its own program analyzing the video signal with respect to one particular aspect.
Results of experiments involving the pre-processor are reported.
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