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3 October 1995 From craftwork toward industrial production in development of real-time machine vision software
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A systematic method is proposed for designing and developing a machine vision algorithm and transferring it from a non-real time environment to a real time target system. The systematic design of a real time system by the Real Time Structured Analysis method and the inclusion of the use of image processing tools and algorithm design as a separate phase during system design are discussed. The concept is first clarified by explaining a hypothetical real-time system design example, after which a more realistic example of a real-time machine vision system provided by a company is analyzed, a bottle crate returning machine. A RT/SA model was created with the aid of a Prosa/SA case tool. Graphical animation of the RT/SA specification to help understanding of the model and the automatic generation of C code are evaluated.
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Juha Roening, Hannu Kauniskangas, Jarmo Kalaoja, and Ari Okkonen "From craftwork toward industrial production in development of real-time machine vision software", Proc. SPIE 2588, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIV: Algorithms, Techniques, Active Vision, and Materials Handling, (3 October 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.222686
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