High Speed Targets Recognition Systems Design Based on Optimal Combination of the Optical and Electronic Processors
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PERJU, Veaceslav; SOFRONESCU, Igor. High Speed Targets Recognition Systems Design Based on Optimal Combination of the Optical and Electronic Processors. In: Information Technologies, Systems And Networks. Volumul 1, 17-18 octombrie 2017, Chisinau. Chisinau: Editura ULIM, 2017, pp. 306-324. ISBN 978-9975-45-069-0.
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Information Technologies, Systems And Networks
Volumul 1, 2017
Conferința "Information Technologies, Systems And Networks"
Chisinau, Moldova, 17-18 octombrie 2017

High Speed Targets Recognition Systems Design Based on Optimal Combination of the Optical and Electronic Processors


CZU: 004.932
Pag. 306-324

Perju Veaceslav1, Sofronescu Igor2
 
1 Free International University of Moldova,
2 Academia Militară a Forţelor Armate “Alexandru cel Bun”
 
Disponibil în IBN: 15 martie 2018


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The theory of the high speed targets recognition systems design based on the optimal combination of the optical and electronic processors has been presented. Is described the general task of targets recognition, is presented the classification of the targets recognition systems and main requirements to them. A model of parallel image processing have been considered and the generalized structure of parallel target recognition system is presented. There are described the factors which define the utilization of optical or electronic processing devices during different steps of the conveyor system. It is mentioned that optical processors are characterized by higher processing speed and have good perspectives. It is analyzed the possibility to realize different image processing operations by the optical and electronic processors. There are described the features of the target’ image forming units and of the buffer units necessary to connect processors between them. There have been made time expenditures determination in the target recognition systems and their through-put at the processing of one and series of images, in the dependence on the system conveyor length, relation between optical and electronic processors and the relation of the data processing time in electronic processors to the processing time in the optical processors. There have been presented the method of targets recognition systems design, based on optimal combination of the optical and electronic processors and which permit to obtain maximum through-put of the systems. An example of targets recognition system design is presented.

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target, Optical, electronic, processor,

Recognition, system, design, image, processing