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Fuzzy Doc Recognition With Color Space Segmentation and Matching
|04 May 1999|
A small, fuzzy, and stuffed ``Doc'' from Snow White and the Seven
Dwarves is to be recognized by the machine vision system described in
this paper. Problem constraints are purposefully vague; Doc is to be
recognized in a veriety of poses in clutter. A method of color
segmentation in the hue-saturation-value (HSV) color space is employed
to segment parts of Doc from the clutter, which are bound with a
minimum enclosing box of the contours extracted from these segmented
blobs. A rudimentary matching algorithm is described.
Implementation and Comparison of Radix-2 and Radix-4 FFT Algorithms
|21 Aug 2005|
Bullshit paper I wrote for the bullshit DSP class I took. The FFT code
is good, though. I went the recursive Cooley-Tukey route, and I think it
turned out just peachy. There's a version included at the end of the paper
and a newer one here: fft.c which precalculates the
twiddle factors for a much needed speedup! Check it out!
|09 Jul 2006|
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