“Everything should be as simple as it can be, but not simpler” – Albert Einstein
Targets provide a known input to the imaging system. Targets can be electronic files that get printed on an output device or physical targets that are captured in a scene.
An algorithm relies heavily on the quality of the images to be processed. The capability and quality of a capture device is critical to the performance of the algorithm.
Algorithms are designed to extract useful information from an image. When designed properly, they provide accurate, repeatable results in an efficient, robust way.
Testing & Specifications
Ensuring algorithm performance requires extensive and well-documented testing. It is critical to determine the amount of noise to include in testing.