Computer Sciences

Breakthrough method for robust and effective edge detection

Edge detection is the process of outlining objects in a scene by identifying areas where changes in color or intensity signal boundaries between objects. It is vital in computer vision applications like object recognition, ...

Computer Sciences

Computer vision researchers use motion to discover objects in videos

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute have shown that computer vision systems can more easily detect objects in motion—like a car driving down the street or a person walking in a crosswalk—than ...

Computer Sciences

EventDrop: a method to augment asynchronous event data

Event sensors, such as DVS event cameras and NeuTouch tactile sensors, are sophisticated bio-inspired devices that mimic event-driven communication mechanisms naturally occurring in the brain. In contrast with conventional ...

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