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Kolodko, Julian
Motion Vision [electronic resource]: design of compact motion sensing solutions for navigation of autonomous systems J. Kolodko & L. Vlacic
Stevenage IET 2005
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Subject(s) Computer hardware description languages
Detectors
Field programmable gate arrays
Image analysis
Motion perception (Vision)
Radio in navigation
Physical Description 456
Summary This book is divided into eight sections and four parts. Chapter 1 of the paper includes introduction of the book. Chapter 2, discusses motion estimation theory. (Chapter 3) elaborates motion estimation problem. Chapter 4 is devoted to consideration of the issue of real-time motion estimation in the context of autonomous navigation. In Chapter 5 motion estimation algorithm is considered in detail. In Chapter 6 the VHDL hardware description language is introduced, which is commonly used in FPGA design. Chapter 7 leaves the details of VHDL behind and considers design of sensor and the specific issues that arose in the development of our sensor
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