INPUT-OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS FOR IMAGED TRANSDUCERS.

Mansur R. Kabuka, E. S. McVey

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Abstract

An image processor used as a position transducer is treated on an input-output basis. If processing speed is sufficiently fast the input-output characteristics are independent of frequency and can be represented as a gain function. The input is a function of the image pattern (including intensity if grey level is used) and the output is used for control or other purposes, but control is the issue considered here. A Fourier phase in conjunction with projection concepts is used to obtain control signals in the image processing. A solution to two-dimensional rotation of the object input pattern is presented. The technique can easily be extended to two-dimensional translation and dilation. Results that are important to closed loop design are included.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)106-110
Number of pages5
JournalIEEE journal of robotics and automation
VolumeRA-2
Issue number2
StatePublished - Jun 1 1986

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INPUT-OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS FOR IMAGED TRANSDUCERS. / Kabuka, Mansur R.; McVey, E. S.

In: IEEE journal of robotics and automation, Vol. RA-2, No. 2, 01.06.1986, p. 106-110.

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