Proposed find the interdependency between two or

Proposed Research Methodology:

For gathering information and processing the research is
divided into some parts. One of the is which research type does the research
topic follow? Mainly the research topic follows the Descriptive and  exploratory from Objective research.

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The application of research study is divided into two types.
One is pure research and another applied research. In pure research theories
and hypothesizes are developed according to the topic and testing them. But in
my topic I have not developed any theory or hypothesis nor tested them. In
applied research the researcher try to solve some problems or try to answer
some questions. And I haven’t done it either. Because the the topic is new and
it is very difficult to do so.

In Inquire Mode the process try to find answer. It has two
approaches

– Structured approach

– Unstructured approach   

The Structured approach is predefined .All the objectives,
design ,sample everything is predefined. The unstructured approach to inquiry
is usually classified as qualitative research.And my research is none of the
above.

In objective correlational research the researchers tried to
find the interdependency between two or more aspects. Explanatory attempts to
answer why and how there is a relationship between two aspects? Descriptive
research describes problem, phenomenon, service systematically. Exploratory
research explores a area which is less discovered. As my research I tried to
describes Shape recognition process along with the other processes and try to
find the differences between the processes. And the AR area is less discovered
So my research follows the descriptive and exploratory research type.For this
research my goal is to make the shape recognition more useful and easy and I’ll
try to work on it.

For this research data should be primary data means the
researcher has to collect the data from the experiments. He can’t use others
data. In most of the research paper I found that every researcher is using
their own experiments data  because each
of the mentioned method is different from each other. As I can’t undergo with
this experiments because I don’t have enough equipment and funding. But I went
through the other papers and saw their data and I found them amazing and their
data analyzation.

 

 

 

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Yohan Baillot

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Reinhold Behringer

Rockwell Science Center

Steven Feiner

Columbia University

Simon Julier

Naval Research Laboratory

Blair MacIntyre

Georgia Tech GVU

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Registration Method
for Augmented Reality

Jun Rekimoto

Sony Computer
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3-14-13,
Higashi-gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141 Japan

Phone:
+81-3-5448-4380

Fax:
+81-3-5448-4273

Mail:
[email protected]

http://www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/rekimoto.html

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Loxel-Based
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Gabriel Takacs

Stanford University

[email protected]

Vijay Chandrasekhar

Stanford University

[email protected]

Natasha Gelfand

Nokia Reseach
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[email protected]

Yingen Xiong

Nokia Reseach
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[email protected]

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Nokia Reseach
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[email protected]

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Stanford University

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Stanford University

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USING IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNIQUES FOR

ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN ENVIRONMENT

YUSUKE SATO, TOMOHIRO FUKUDA, NOBUYOSHI YABUKI,

TAKASHI MICHIKAWA and ALI MOTAMEDI

Osaka University, Suita, Osaka, Japan

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*The Visual Media
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†The HIT Lab NZ,
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J. Rekimoto

Sony Comput. Sci. Lab. Inc., Tokyo, Japan