object recognition

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the visual perception of familiar objects

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An approach for indoor object detection, feature extraction from detected object and object recognition have been proposed and implemented.
The object recognition task was conducted in a 40 cm X 50 cm X 60 cm open field divided into 12 equal squares with a frontal glass wall.
1) Object recognition that enables the markerless approach
Key words: tactile sensors, piezoresistive materials, robotics, PVDF, piezoelectricity, object recognition
Advances in object recognition around age 2 may herald symbolic thought
The study authors not only found that the moderate drinkers performed better on object recognition tests than those in the other groups, but also were more popular and got invited to more parties than did either the teetotalers or the sloppy drunks, mostly because of their alcohol-enhanced Trivial Pursuit skills.
The paper presents a hierarchical object recognition system for document processing.
The radar provides excellent object recognition, even in bad weather and darkness.
Schultz and his colleagues typically compared the functional MRI scans taken of a patient who is performing a facial recognition task with those of the same patient while they are performing a different object recognition task.
The board books are lovely for very small hands and introduce youngsters to fundamental learning skills like object recognition and colour.
Finding tools use elements of the currently limited understanding of object recognition to help a user query for images based on this kind of semantics at a variety of levels.
With artificial intelligence and a stereo vision system for object recognition the 150kg, 1.
Children can learn how to improve their word and object recognition, and learn how to count with objects found in the everyday world.
While the current systems allow for basic object recognition, they do not replicate the 3-D capabilities that are possible for humans, according to Pizlo.
Innovation trends and applications are evolving in this space to make an effective contribution to growing segments such as artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), social computing, voice recognition, speech and text analyses, image and object recognition.