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  • Jednipat Moonrinta (Asian Institute of Technology, 2010-05)
    Through automated agricultural inspection, farmers can potentially achieve better productivity and accurately predict yields and crop quality. The cheapest device for collecting rich information about a crop is the video ...
  • Hussain, Akhtar (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
    Nowadays, robots can perform many tasks. One of their potential tasks is to bin picking and part placement. Now many industries could use robots to perform bin picking, to saves time and money. To perform the di cult task ...
  • Atima Tharatipyakul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-05)
    Agricultural farm inspection is essential to maintain good crop quality. Using a robot equipped with a monocular webcam for observation could reduce time and e orts of a farmer. This thesis is a continuous research to ...
  • Do Tuan Anh (Asian Institute of Technology, 2008-05)
    Security is an important problem nowadays, especially outside security of important building like banks, underground stations, and military stations. In most video surveillance systems, operators take a seat in front of ...
  • Basit, Abdul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2010-05)
    Object tracking is an area where intensive research has been conducted. Speed and accuracy are two important parts of the object tracking algorithms that must be taken in consideration. The basic aim of this research study ...
  • Khine Thet Nwe (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    The presence of exudate on retina is one of the major causes of vision loss for most of the diabetic patients. Early detection could lead to an effective treatment and prevent severe vision loss. Manual examination by ...
  • Supattra Srithong (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-08)
    The public transportation system is becoming more and more important in many countries including Thailand. Thai people use public buses in their everyday lives. However, what seems to be missing, which makes our bus ...
  • Watchara Sriswasdi (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-05)
    Agricultural eld monitoring is an activity that mainly aims to increase the productivity of agriculture. However, the changes in illumination and weather conditions lead to image distortion. Therefore, the main objective ...
  • Benjawan Tanarattanakorn (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011-12)
    Code smell can negatively affect software quality. It can be the indication of the bad design or coding, however the relation between code smell and software quality is not characterized. Therefore, developers may not be ...
  • Bukhari, Faisal (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
    The role of robots is increasing in our daily life. They can wash dishes, explore un- known terrain, perform security tasks, assist surgeons in patients' operations, perform surveillance and many more. Human beings gather ...
  • Ali, Irshad (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-05)
    As public concern about crime and terrorist activity increases, the importance of public security is growing, and video surveillance systems are increasingly widespread tools for monitoring, management, and law enforcement ...
  • Nattanicha Rittammanart (Asian Institute of Technology, 2008-05)
    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software brings many bene ts to an organi- zation, but commercial software is expensive. Smaller organizations may prefer free and open source solutions but are faced with an enormous ...
  • Phongsathorn Eakamongul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2011)
    Nowadays, computer vision is very popular because it can make the machine "see" and reduce production costs. For example, instead of using very expensive sensors like laser scanners, an inexpensive camera can be used. The ...
  • Khin Swe Nwe (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    Security is one of the most persistent problems in an organization. Like others, our Computer Science laboratory under School of Engineering and Technology (SET), Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), has setup an access ...
  • Punthip Paetyangkul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-08)
    Hand gestures are a natural and powerful way to interact with computers. This research study discusses the use of finger on a video sequence for interaction with a complex background, in particular, the Bangkok map. The ...
  • Kan Ouivirach (Asian Institute of Technology, 2008-05)
    Due to increasing crime, video surveillance systems are being deployed in more and more places. Video surveillance systems are needed to help security personnel prevent and respond to criminal activity in time. However, ...
  • Chaianun Damrongrat (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-01)
    This thesis is motivated by the idea that Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) works well with text documents, so why not apply it to images? To support this, the thesis proposes three approaches to applying LDA in an image ...
  • Zask, Ran (Asian Institute of Technology, 2008-12)
    In recent years, mobile robot implementations have been based more on sophisticated computer vision techniques rather than \pure" electronics. Nowadays, robots can clean the swimming pool, mow the grass and even clean the ...
  • Somphop Limsoonthrakul (Asian Institute of Technology, 2009-01)
    In terms of intelligent vehicle localization, Global Positioning System (GPS) have many advantages to overcome other robot perception techniques. Less data processing and inde- pendent of distance traveled. However, GPS ...
  • Yin Aye Moe (Asian Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is the commonest cause of vision loss in the world. Early detection and treatment of these diseases are crucial to avoid preventable vision loss and blindness. To lower the cost of detection, we ...

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