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Embedded Vision Insights: July 14, 2015 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit

'The stream of outstanding video content from May's Embedded Vision Summit continues! Check out, for example, "Designing and Selecting Instruction Sets for Vision," a highly rated presentation by processor design expert and Cadence Fellow Chris Rowen. Chris' talk serves as a guide on how to dissect a suite of applications, extract the key computational and memory requirements, and select processor instruction set and memory organization for optimal vision processing.

Take a look, too, at "The Evolution of Object Recognition in Embedded Systems," presented by CEVA's Moshe Shahar, Director of System Architecture. Moshe explores how techniques for object recognition have evolved, with particular emphasis on algorithms and implementation techniques that enable robust recognition in power- and cost-constrained devices. And don't forget to audition "Developing High-Performance, Energy-Efficient Vision Solutions Using Open-Standard Libraries and APIs," from Mostafa Hagog, an Architect at Intel. Mostafa explores how open standard libraries and APIs can be used to speed application development while minimizing loss of performance and energy efficiency—or in some cases, even improving them.

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