Course Notes for Machine Vision

eeNotes and slides for a course in Applied Machine Vision
These notes in Applied Machine Vision were developed in 1985 for a 3 day
industry course. The course was presented at Ryerson University. It was subsequently presented as a 7 week graduate level course at Shanghai University of Technology.
The industry related material will be out of date but the basic princibles still apply. It would be useful to someone setting up a course in this area. Contents:
490 35mm slides on colour theory, human vision, optical illusions, machine vision systems (some slides may be duplicates)
7 Videotapes (U-Matic and VHS format), manufacturer's demos
10 Random dot stereograms (requires antique viewer)
3 Binders of lecture notes, including lab notes.
1 Binder (280 pages) of course notes for student, organized into 18 sections.
6 Binders of references and product literature
Shipping: The material is located in Toronto. There are 3 cartons of notes, the size that Xerox paper comes in, each of about 30 lbs. A 4th, smaller package about 10 lbs contains the slides and video tapes.
Offers for this material are invited.
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Peter D. Hiscocks
Professor Emeritus, Ryerson University
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