Algorithm for determining the location and dimensions of objects based on analysis of image objects
P.S. Geidarov

Full text of article: Russian language.

The paper presents an algorithm for determining the distance to the object based on analysis images obtained by optical systems. To this end, it consider curves black and white color palette for the vertical and horizontal components, an algorithm for segmentation of curves and determination coefficients blurs the boundaries of image objects. The proposed algorithm is considered as an example one and two-lens optical systems. It also consider the possibility of determining the size and displacement of objects relative to the optical axis of the system.

Key words:
distance to an object, a visual estimate of the distance, radar systems, range finders, image sharpness, optical systems, optical formula, biological eyes


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