An Analysis of the Human Vision Process as a Decentralized Continuous-Time Dynamical System
The resulting functions of the photo-receptors, nerve connections and interconnections gave rise to some basic image processing techniques. The individual cells are grouped into interconnected systems and a mathematical representation is introduced. Then, the system is simulated to show its performance. Simulation results on a small image show how the system produces some known effects of the human eye. This work constitutes a significant improvement to our previously published work.
R. S. Woodley and L. Acar, "An Analysis of the Human Vision Process as a Decentralized Continuous-Time Dynamical System," Intelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Network, vol. 11, pp. 619-624, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Nov 2001.
Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference, ANNIE 2001 (2001: Nov. 4-7, St. Louis, MO)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Artificial Vision System; Continuous Time System; Image Preprocessing
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01 Nov 2001