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Microprocessor-based interactive image-processing system

Microprocessor-based interactive image-processing system

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The hardware of a microprocessor-based interactive image-processing system is described. This system incorporates a two-dimensional charge-coupled-device imaging array and can digitise 100 × 100 element images at a rate of 6Hz. A visual-display monitor is provided for the immediate display of the digitised picture information, and a floppy disc is included for the permanent storage of data. The software system used for interactive image-processing and applications of the system are briefly described.

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