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The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance

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The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance. / Gurney, Robert; Rhead, Mike; Lyons, Vivienne; Ramalingam, Soodamani.

2013. Poster session presented at IET 5th ICDP 2013 - International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection, London, United Kingdom.

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Gurney, R, Rhead, M, Lyons, V & Ramalingam, S 2013, 'The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance', IET 5th ICDP 2013 - International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection, London, United Kingdom, 16/01/14 - 17/01/14. <http://www.icdp-conf.org/>

APA

Gurney, R., Rhead, M., Lyons, V., & Ramalingam, S. (2013). The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance. Poster session presented at IET 5th ICDP 2013 - International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection, London, United Kingdom. http://www.icdp-conf.org/

Vancouver

Gurney R, Rhead M, Lyons V, Ramalingam S. The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance. 2013. Poster session presented at IET 5th ICDP 2013 - International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection, London, United Kingdom.

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Gurney, Robert ; Rhead, Mike ; Lyons, Vivienne ; Ramalingam, Soodamani. / The effect of ANPR Camera Settings on System Performance. Poster session presented at IET 5th ICDP 2013 - International Conference on Imaging for Crime Prevention and Detection, London, United Kingdom.

Bibtex

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