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Hardware Accelarated Visual Tracking Algorithms. A Systematic Literature Review
(University of Turku Technical Reports, No.5 — August 2015, 2015-08-14)
Many industrial applications need object recognition and tracking capabilities. The algorithms developed for those purposes are computationally expensive. Yet ,real time performance, high accuracy and small power consumption ...
Map matching by using inertial sensors: literature review
(University of Turku Technical Reports, No.6 — August 2015, 2015-08-24)
This literature review aims to clarify what is known about map matching by using inertial sensors and what are the requirements for map matching, inertial sensors, placement and possible ...
A Co-Processor Approach for Efficient Java Execution in Embedded Systems
(TUCS Dissertations no 108, 2008-11-10)
This thesis deals with a hardware accelerated Java virtual machine, named REALJava. The REALJava virtual machine is targeted for resource constrained embedded systems. The goal is to attain increased computational performance ...
Depth sensors in augmented reality solutions. Literature review
(University of Turku Technical Reports, No.10 — September 2015, 2015-10-01)
The emergence of depth sensors has made it possible to track – not only monocular cues – but also the actual depth values of the environment. This is especially useful in augmented reality solutions, where the position ...
Recent advances in monocular model-based tracking: a systematic literature review
(University of Turku Technical Reports, No. 8 — August 2015, 2015-08-20)
In this paper, we review the advances of monocular model-based tracking for last ten years period until 2014. In 2005, Lepetit, et. al,  reviewed the status of monocular model based rigid body tracking. Since ...
Evaluation of the GPS Accuracy of Tablets
(University of Turku Technical Reports, No.11, 2016-08-10)
Augmented Reality (AR) applications often require knowledge of the user’s position in some global coordinate system in order to draw the augmented content to its correct position on the screen. The most common ...