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This ebook constitutes the completely refereed court cases of the fifteenth foreign convention on complex innovations for clever imaginative and prescient platforms, ACIVS 2013, held in Poznań, Poland, in October 2013. The sixty three revised complete papers have been rigorously chosen from 111 submissions. the themes coated are aquisition, pre-processing and coding, biometry, class and popularity, intensity, 3D and monitoring, effective implementation and frameworks, low point photograph research, segmentation and video analysis.
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9) may be used to solve for Δcy , the displacement between the red and blue apertures in the three-aperture system or between the red and cyan apertures in the dual-aperture camera. More speciﬁcally, using the object at distance z1 with shift Δy1 , and solving Eq. (9) for Δcy gives Δcy = Δy1 (z0 − f )(z1 − cz ) f z0 − z1 To increase the accuracy of the estimate of cz , multiple objects at distances z1 , z2 , . . , zn with displacements Δy1 , Δy2 , . . , Δyn may be used, pairwise, to form estimates cz (1), cz (2), .
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This device is designed under the SVS4050CFLGEA model  which is robust enough and very suitable for agricultural applications. This device offers several possibilities that can be externally controlled: a) exposure time, which determines the time taken to capture the image; b) Red, Green and Blue gains, where a value can be set for each channel, including auto-calculation of the gains, based on white balance; c) information about Automatic Exposure Time Control and Histogram Matching 39 the operating temperature.