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Lyndon N Smith

University of the West of England, UK

Biography

Lyndon Smith is Professor in Computer Simulation and Machine Vision, in the Centre for Machine Vision, UWE. Following a BSc (Hons) in Physics in 1986, he went on to obtain an MSc in Automation in 1988 and a PhD in computer simulation of a manufacturing process in 1997. He has over twenty years of experience of research (on both sides of the Atlantic), in the field of Computer Simulation and Machine Vision, with particular emphasis on 3D analysis of complex surface textures and object morphologies. He developed a high-resolution 3D texture vision system (the Skin Analyser), which has been employed over a number of years at Frenchay Hospital, for analysis of potentially cancerous skin lesions. His computer simulations, which have included Monte Carlo techniques and neural networks, resulted in a new method for 3D object analysis that has been employed by other researchers as well as being developed into commercial software. Research outcomes have included seventeen successful PhD supervisions, 150 papers - 90 in international journals (the full manuscripts of many of these are available through ResearchGate), two books, being named as inventor in 5 patent applications, and working prototype and commercial systems that have been delivered to clients internationally.

Research Interest

Computer Simulation and Machine Vision

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