CS152B Final Project Proposal Guidelines

CS152B Final Project Proposal Guidelines - CS152B Final...

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CS152B Final Project Proposal Guidelines UCLA, Fall 2010 This quarter’s CS152B project is an opportunity for you to design a digital system for a real application. You will need to come up with the application, design, build, debug, demonstrate and report on this system. What you have and should be using? You have the Xilinx Vertex II Pro FPGA board in one hand and a ClearPTZ Surveillance Camera Bundle in the other. Depending on your application, you might come up with a few more hardware (such as Microphone, sensors, DC or step motors) which will be provided to you. We also have one iRobot available. What should the system be? It’s your system and your application BUT in order to make the process faster, you are required to come up with an application which involves video processing such as tracking. To give a more clear view, imagine a nursing home. Individual patients should be under constant surveillance. In the presence of some “event”, the system must perform more accurate and sophisticated monitoring of individuals. Now, it’s your responsibility to define an “event”, how to detect them and what to do if they occur. What kind of video processing algorithms we are talking about? It’s the application which calls for the algorithm. We recommend you to move toward
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2011 for the course CS 152 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '98 term at UCLA.

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