Pyramidal Architectures for Computer Vision

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The authors provide an in-depth, comprehensive examination of hierarchical parallel systems within a comparative and taxonomical framework. They include a general introduction to hierarchical structures, possible topologies, and possible designs; an in-depth discussion of all proposed or built hierarchical parallel systems; and language supports and programming strategies. Their work will serve as both a teacher and reference to programmers and students in computer sciences and ...
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Overview

The authors provide an in-depth, comprehensive examination of hierarchical parallel systems within a comparative and taxonomical framework. They include a general introduction to hierarchical structures, possible topologies, and possible designs; an in-depth discussion of all proposed or built hierarchical parallel systems; and language supports and programming strategies. Their work will serve as both a teacher and reference to programmers and students in computer sciences and electrical engineering.
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Explains how to deal with the vast quantity of data required for computer vision by starting with a low spatial resolution (and therefore a small amount of data) and proceeding through successive refinements to the final verification of the results at the highest resolution available. Provides the groundwork for the architectural analysis described, surveys the actual machines and/or prototypes that can be called pyramidal, and discusses how to use programming tools such as languages and development tools to make a system easy for end users. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Hierarchical Architechtures. Hierarchical Strategies in Computer Vision Systems. Hierarchical Homogenous Topologies. A Taxonomy of Hierarchical Machines for Computer Vision. Compact and Distributed Pyramids. Pipeline Multiresolution Systems. Simulation of Pyramids on Flat Arrays and Hypercubes. Heterogeneous Hierarchical Systems. Programming a Hierarchical Structure. Pyramidal Tools and Applications. Index.
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