19 December 1985 Intelligent Visual Inspection Machines
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Abstract
Visual inspection is a common feature of manufacturing for which machines are currently illsuited. A major problem has been in bringing enough knowledge to bear on the camera input, fast enough, to be of practical value. This paper describes a machine architecture for such expert vision research in the domain of pattern inspection: in particular, the inspection of printed wiring patterns. The machine includes a powerful model of image-to-symbol transduction and a Lisp multiprocessor environment.
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Robert Thibadeau, Robert Thibadeau, John Gabrick, John Gabrick, "Intelligent Visual Inspection Machines", Proc. SPIE 0557, Automatic Inspection and Measurement, (19 December 1985); doi: 10.1117/12.966256; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966256
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