Modeling biological visual processes in the primate retina for enhanced contrast and edge detection for use in artificial vision systems
"The following research gains insight from the human visual system by studying the interactions involved in inter-neuron connections, explores previous biologically motivated models for artificial vision systems, and develops an improved model based on the human retina. This improved model can be used in biologically-inspired artificial vision systems. The research lays emphasis upon inter-neuron interactions within the "fovea region" of the human retina."--Abstract, page iii.
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Missouri--Rolla
xii, 75 pages
© 2003 Pramod Kashiprasad Varma, All rights reserved.
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Image processing -- Digital techniques
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Varma, Pramod Kashiprasad, "Modeling biological visual processes in the primate retina for enhanced contrast and edge detection for use in artificial vision systems" (2003). Masters Theses. 2404.
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