VIPR

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VIPRVirgin Islands and Puerto Rico
VIPRVisible Intermodal Prevention and Response (aka Visible Intermodal Protection and Response; US DHHS)
VIPRVoice over Ip Router
VIPRVisual Imperative Programming
VIPRVasoactive Intestinal Peptide Receptor
VIPRvisual pattern recognition
VIPRVastly Understampled Isotropic Projection (radiology)
VIPRVisible Intermodal Protection and Response (aka Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response)
VIPRVirtual Presence
VIPRVisual Intermodal Protection and Response (US TSA)
VIPRVoltage/Ion Probe Reader
VIPRVideo Imaging and Photographic Requirements
VIPRVersatile Inexpensive Pulsed Radar
VIPRVirtual-Tape Interface to Pool Routine
VIPRVision/Image Processing Research
VIPRVendor Initiated Parts Re-Supply
VIPRValidation In-Process Review
VIPRVirtual Internet Protocol Routing (Ascend)
VIPRValve Integrated Pressure Regulator
VIPRVery Important Person Reap (Dead Like Me TV show)
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Alec Hudnut: Visual pattern recognition systems, like Evolution Robotics
LaneHawk uses the company's visual pattern recognition technology.
Visual pattern recognition by moment invariants, computer methods in image analysis.
These were: spatial recall span (sequential presentation with ordered recall), spatial recognition span (sequential presentation with recognition), visual pattern recall span (simultaneous presentation with recall), visual pattern recognition span (simultaneous presentation with recognition), digit span, and repeating digits as quickly as possible, which gives a measure of articulation time.
Employing its patented visual pattern recognition (ViPR) technology, Evolution Robotics developed LaneHawk to detect, identify, and present BOB items directly to the point of sale, allowing cashiers to add those items directly to the transaction.
Rather than identify an item based on its bar code, our technology uses visual pattern recognition to distinguish merchandise.