Measurements and Instrumentation for Machine Vision

Wendy (UABC, Mexico) Flores-Fuentes (Hrsg.), Julio (UABC, Mexico) Rodriguez-Quinonez (Hrsg.), Oleg (Autonomous Uni of Baja California, Mexico) Sergiyenko (Hrsg.), Jesus E (Nat Tech Ins of Mexico) Miranda-Vega (Hrsg.)

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Wärme-, Energie- und Kraftwerktechnik


A comprehensive reference book that addresses the field of machine vision and its significance in cyber-physical systems. It explores the multidisciplinary nature of machine vision, involving electronic and mechatronic devices, artificial intelligence algorithms, embedded systems, control systems, robotics, interconnectivity, data science, and cloud computing. The book aims to provide advanced students, early career researchers, and established scholars with state-of-the-art knowledge and novel content related to the implementation of machine vision in engineering, scientific knowledge, and technological innovation.

The chapters of the book delve into various topics and applications within the realm of machine vision. They cover areas such as camera and inertial measurement unit calibration, technical vision systems for human detection, design and evaluation of support systems using neural networks, UV sensing in contemporary applications, fiber Bragg grating arrays for medical diagnosis, color model creation for terrain recognition by robots, navigation systems for aircraft, object classification in infrared images, feature selection for vehicle/non-vehicle classification, visualization of sedimentation in extreme conditions, quality estimation of tea using machine vision, image dataset augmentation techniques, machine vision for astronomical images, agricultural automation, occlusion-aware disparity-based visual servoing, machine learning approaches for single-photon imaging, and augmented visual inertial wheel odometry.

Each chapter is a result of expert research and collaboration, reviewed by peers and consulted by the book''s editorial board. The authors provide in-depth reviews of the state of the art and present novel proposals, contributing to the development and futurist trends in the field of machine vision.

"Measurements and Instrumentation for Machine Vision" serves as a valuable resource for researchers, students, and professionals seeking to explore and implement machine vision technologies in various domains, promoting sustainability, human-centered solutions, and global problem-solving.

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