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The Vision Problem: Exploiting Parallel Computation

by Fischler, Martin A. and Firschein, Oscar and Barnard, Stephen T. and Fua, Pascal V. and Leclerc, Yvan G.

Technical Note 458
Institution: AI Center, SRI International
Address: 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA 94025
Feb 1989.

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Abstract

This technical report consists of an introductory paper and three technical papers presented at the session, ``AI Application of Supercomputers: The Vision Problem,’’ (wherein the major problems in computer vision are outlined, and the ``signals to symbols’’ (SS) and the ``monolithic computing (MC) approaches to these problems are described. We note that the availability of parallel computation makes the MC approach feasible) at the Fourth International Conference on Supercomputing, Santa Clara, California, April 30 to May 5, 1989.

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Leclerc, Yvan G Alumnus

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