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During the course of development we came across another functional model [M] which is both computer friendly and produces good results. Both algoritms are briefly described and their processing results compared. 2 To build the phenomenological model of lateral inhibition, we found inspiration in the natural process as found in the arthropod "limulus" or horseshoe crab. In vision literature, the model of lateral inhibition most often is linear, the interaction between neighbouring channels occurs by superposition of properly weighted signals.
3)) σ 2 - £_' W £ / r , r = n - u (7) in which r = n - u is the redundancy of the system. 1 Special cases The approach is general enough to cover large fields of application. ) Spatial resection: Form and size of an object are given by several points. Relative position and orientation of the object can be derived from one image. This requires at least 3 points if the camera is calibrated, 4 points, if only the focal length is known (cf. example in sect. 7). ) Relative and absolute orientation of a stereopair: The determination of the 12 parameters for the two camera stations can be split into the relative orientation of the two images (5 parameters) leading to a model of the object and subsequent absolute orientation based on object coordinates (7 parameters including scale).
We chose to model an enhancement algoritm  after a natural vison example known as lateral inhibition [2,3]. Once this phenomenological model would demonstrate satisfactory results, a functional model producing similar results but with a computer friendly structure would be designed. During the course of development we came across another functional model [M] which is both computer friendly and produces good results. Both algoritms are briefly described and their processing results compared. 2 To build the phenomenological model of lateral inhibition, we found inspiration in the natural process as found in the arthropod "limulus" or horseshoe crab.