Development of an Embedded 3D Object Visual System
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    http://www.ai.mit.edu/people/bkph/AIM/AIM-1584.pdf. 1996.
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Acknowledgements
  • Dr. Peter Stagg (My uncle)
  • Vicki Stagg (My mother
  • Andrew Stagg (My brother)
  • David Wells (Auton Engineering, Ltd.)
  • Damon Chu (Microchip Technology, Inc.)
  • Cory Mills (National Semiconductor, Inc.)
  • Chris McIntosh (Suncor Energy)
  • Fanny’s Fabrics
  • Laura Neilsen (Alberta Printed Circuits)
  • John Carney (Cadence)
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