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    Title: Target Tracking Control of Mobile Vehicle System Based on Motion Vector Method
    Authors: Tien-Chi Chen(陳添智);Yu-Ti Su;Tsai-Jiun Ren;Chun-Jung Chen
    Contributor: 電機工程系
    Date: 2010-09-28
    Issue Date: 2010-10-07 15:01:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In this paper, a novel motion vector method for
    generating the motion detection has been proposed. The
    motion vector of the target is generated by one of the image
    coding process: motion estimation. Combining with the target
    detection, which includes the edge detection along with the
    two continuous images subtracted, the overall algorithms
    process the motion vector of the target, driving the mobile
    vehicle to track the moving target. The proposed algorithm
    brings on precise tracking movement and small quantity of
    calculations, even integrated with a single DSP chip
    (TMS320LF2407), the image-guiding visual servo system
    could track the target in a good outcome, where some
    experiments to confirm the scheme will be shown in this
    paper. Based on the scene captured by the CMOS sensor,
    through the proposed algorithm, combined with the
    hardware setting, to control the mobile vehicle to attain the
    goal of the target tracking is the main aim of this paper.
    Relation: The 11th IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所] 會議論文

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