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Nathan's 2011 Independent Study in machine vision http://www.bowdoin.edu/~gmerritt/cs28…
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/**@mainpage multiTRACE with Features @author Nathan Merritt @date January, 2011 Overview: The aim of this project is to develop a multiple layer cell-assembly network that is capable of general pattern recognition. Initial testing will begin with highly controlled, static input patterns. Once the network has been configured and is capable of producing the results Sonntag (1991) obtained in his dissertation, the networks input layer will be reworked to process the results of a SIFT/SURF feature detection algorithm. The key points from the vision algorithm will be fed into the network, and hopefully allow it to recognize objects in a cognitively inspired manner. This directory contains the implementation of the multiTRACE network. test/ contains the unit tests that were used during development. Usage: Build is managed by Eclipse, will produce 'multiTrace vision' binary that contains the unit tests For more information on the multiTRACE object recognition project, please visit http://gnmerritt.net/cs280/ References can be found here: http://www.mendeley.com/groups/840881/multitrace-object-recognition/papers/ This source is provided under the FreeBSD license, please see LICENSE file for details */