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Interactive vision system written in Java: recent developments
Author(s): George Karantalis; Bruce G. Batchelor
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Paper Abstract

Following many years of development, interactive vision systems have become an effective tool for problem analysis and algorithm selection for industrial inspection, process monitoring and machine / robot control. Until recently such systems were inevitably based upon a stand-alone computer. However, more recent work has highlighted the need for a system that can be operated via the Internet. Such a system, called CIP, has been developed by the authors and was reported in a recent paper at this conference. This article describes enhancements of that system, including: the ability to write scripts, extensions to the user interface and command repertoire, as well as the ability to control the program remotely. Very recently, an interface to a shareware version of Prolog, written in Java, was completed and provides the ability to write intelligent programs for analysing visual scenes. CIP forms an integral part of a larger suite of programs that is being developed by the authors and their colleagues, for the remote acquisition and processing of images from a factory production environment. The latter is described in an accompanying article in this conference.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 February 2001
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 4189, Machine Vision and Three-Dimensional Imaging Systems for Inspection and Metrology, (12 February 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.417190
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George Karantalis, Cardiff Univ. (United Kingdom)
Bruce G. Batchelor, Cardiff Univ. (United Kingdom)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4189:
Machine Vision and Three-Dimensional Imaging Systems for Inspection and Metrology
Kevin G. Harding; John W. V. Miller; Bruce G. Batchelor, Editor(s)

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