Int. J. of Computer Applications in Technology   »   1991 Vol.4, No.2

 

 

Title: CAD-based robotic vision

 

Author: B.K. Liew, C.L. Tan

 

Addresses:
Department of Information Systems and Computer Science, National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge, Singapore.
Department of Information Systems and Computer Science, National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge, Singapore

 

Abstract: This paper presents an approach towards integrating three different technologies, namely computer-aided design, computer vision and robotics into one unified CAD-based robotic vision system for three-dimensional objects. The underlying principle of our approach to the design of the system lies in the concept of off-line programming or pre-computation. Three-dimensional CAD models constructed by the CAD system are used as the basis for recognising and locating objects. They are precomputed for their vision model during an off-line phase so that efficient and fast recognition of the object is possible during the run-time phase.

 

Keywords: computer-aided design; 3D CAD; offline programming; robotics; vision models; advanced manufacturing systems; AMS; solid modelling; robot vision; computer vision; 3D objects; object recognition; object location.

 

DOI: 10.1504/IJCAT.1991.062563

 

Int. J. of Computer Applications in Technology, 1991 Vol.4, No.2, pp.88 - 92

 

Available online: 10 Jun 2014

 

 

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