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9 January 1979 An Interactive Scene Analysis Software System
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This paper describes a scene analysis system (SAS) which is a general-purpose software package for processing, manipulating, and analyzing digital pictures. The SAS package is structured to allow a sequential operation of image processing operators on pictures stored in core. There are three categories of operators used in SAS: basic operators, general operators and user-developed operators. This paper aims to illustrate the versatility and usefulness of SAS in developing and analyzing image processing techniques.
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Anthony L. Luk, Carol S. Clark, Sahib A. Dudani, Jacqueline P. Stafsudd, and Bruce L. Bullock "An Interactive Scene Analysis Software System", Proc. SPIE 0155, Image Understanding Systems and Industrial Applications I, (9 January 1979);


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