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During our most recent board meeting,
participants expressed concern over difficulty in
commercializing animation software and construct realistic
digital objects 3D models are extensively
adopted in multimedia applications owing to their relatively
low cost and the ease with which they construct animated
3D objects. Developing a concise and relatively easy
means of constructing 3D faces has been heavily
emphasized, particularly in computer animation. However,
animating a human face is extremely difficult. Different
models have been proposed to formulate 3D objects using
expensive equipment and complex procedures. For
instance, the Basin model uses a digitizer to retrieve 2D
images and then transforms those images into 3D objects.
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However, conventional 3D models are too time
consuming and inaccurate when constructing digital objects since they
manually retrieve 2D images. For instance, complex procedures
involving the creation of digital objects require much time. Such
approaches not only require too many steps in constructing individual
faces, but also need expensive or precise instruments such as a 3D
digitizer, laser scanner, or range finder. These obstacles create large
overhead costs and inefficiency when formulating 3D faces, accounting
for why many 3D facial formulation models are impractical for
commercial use. (NOTE : Add 2-3 more sentences that describe
characteristics of the problem or statistics that reflect its severity)
A situation in which conventional models require
seven steps to construct a 3D model and their error rate exceeds 5%
makes it impossible to commercialize widely animation software and
construct realistic digital objects. Although
formulating 3D objects has received increasing interest for multimedia
applications, conventional models can not meet commercial
specifications.
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Therefore, we recommend developing an efficient
face model, capable of formulating the 3D image of an individuals
face from three 2D images. To do so, three 2D
images can be obtained simultaneously with three general
cameras. The images can then be transferred to a personal
computer. Next, the proposed model can be used to formulate
digitally the 3D face. As anticipated, the proposed
face model can reduce the time to construct a 3D face by 10% by
optimizing the 3D model rather than manually retrieving 2D
images. Additionally, the proposed model can precisely formulate
an individuals face by using conventional peripheral equipment.
Moreover, the constructed 3D face can not only be sculptured by
automatic machinery, but can also simulate various expressions.
The equipment required for constructing 3D digital objects
includes three cameras, a personal computer, and common image
software. Furthermore, steps to construct 3D digital objects in the
proposed face model are simplified, reducing the related
formulation costs and time to use the optimization methods.
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Importantly, the proposed face model can
minimize the tolerable errors associated with constructing a
digital face, enhancing multimedia or animation applications
by reducing formulation costs and creating more realistic
digital objects. The proposed model can be employed to
digitize different real 3D objects. (NOTE : Add 2-3 more
sentences that describe more thoroughly how the proposed
method contributes to a particular field or sector)
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At a recent meeting, members discussed the
increasing incidence of testing errors owing to the lack of major test
parameters and methods. The quality of wafers is
essential, especially in light of the shrinking of electronic devices and
the complexity of circuits in a chipset. The test period is prolonged to
ensure that most functional paths are detected before mass production
as well. However, the rising cost of tests has not
improved overall testing. (NOTE : Add 3-4 more sentences that
describe characteristics of the problem or statistics that reflect its
severity) For example, doubling the test time
decreases product fault coverage by only 5%.
The lack of major test parameters and methods makes it impossible to
enhance testing.
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Therefore, we recommend developing
effective test parameters to demonstrate their utility in
wafer testing. To do so, pertinent literature
and relevant industrial specifications can be surveyed.
Engineering experiments can then be performed to verify
the hypothesis. A monitor pin can also be added to take
accurate measurements. As anticipated, the
proposed test parameters can reveal that knowing more
exactly the shortage of test items reduces the test time and
increases product quality. Importantly, the
proposed test parameters can be used to establish a
productive qualification flow, increasing capacity and
reliability. (NOTE : Add 2-3 more sentences that describe
more thoroughly how the proposed method contributes to a
particular field or sector)
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