hw4 - ME/ECE 439 Homework #4: Robot Vision Systems Due:...

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Unformatted text preview: ME/ECE 439 Homework #4: Robot Vision Systems Due: Thursday, Dec. 8 AND Nov. 29th (question 1) Goals : Experience with a robot vision system. Application of probabilistic methods for sensing and object identification. Question 1: DUE NOV. 29th: Project proposal. Hand in (via email) your proposed project (one per team). Send email with subject ME 439 PROJECT to ferrier@engr.wisc.edu. The text of the email should include: Names of team members Project goals - what you will attempt Equipment required Question 2: Use the ME439 Vision system in the laboratory to find features (moment invariants, compactness, eccentricity, etc) of 4 different objects. Save the information to a file, print it out and and submit it with your solution. Can we use the moment invariants to distinguish between the objects you used? why/why not? For the 4 objects you used, which features are most useful for recognition? Explain. For these objects, what is the minimum number of features that will ensure correct recognition? (State what assumptions have been made in answering this question.) Question 3: Use the ME439 Vision system to take a picture of the black block. Use the Process Image operation to compute moment invariants for the block. Now move theProcess Image operation to compute moment invariants for the block....
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hw4 - ME/ECE 439 Homework #4: Robot Vision Systems Due:...

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