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Nowadays image processing systems are mostly based on PC, CompactPCI, or VME-Bus systems. They are typically made up from analog cameras with CCD sensors, a frame grabber, and the actual image processing processor. For many new applications this architecture however cannot be used due to size, power consumption, and cost constraints. This is particularly true for biometric systems (e.g. face recognition) and automotive applications (driver assistance systems). These new developments can only be marketed successfully if an extremely compact, powerful, and reasonably priced hardware is available. CMOS image sensors have become a popular choice for machine vision applications requiring low power, small size and medium image resolution.
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