Pattern Recognition: 4th International Conference Cambridge, UK, March 28-30, 1988; Proceedings / Edition 1

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Overview

Pattern recognition is traditionally considered to cover all aspects of sensory data perception ranging from data acquisition, through preprocessing and low level analysis, to high level interpretation. Owing to its breadth and important application potential, the field of pattern recognition has been attracting considerable attention of researchers in academia and industry and consequently it has been witnessing a rapid growth and perpetual development. The need for dissemination of the latest results is being served by a host of international conferences on pattern recognition. One such series of meetings is regularly held in the United Kingdom under the auspices of the British Pattern Recognition Association. This volume contains papers presented at the BPRA 4th International Conference on Pattern Recognition held in Cambridge, March 28-30, 1988. Alongside the conventional topics of statistical and syntactic pattern recognition, contributions address issues in the hot subject areas of adaptive learning networks, computer vision, knowledge base methods and architectures for pattern processing, and among others, report progress in the application domains of document processing, speech and text recognition and shape analysis for industrial robotics. It is believed that the collection is not merely a report on current activities but that it will also be an important source of inspiration for future developments in the field of pattern recognition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540190363
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 4/4/1988
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #301
  • Edition description: 1988
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 670
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Is vision a pattern recognition problem?.- An integrated image segmentation/image analysis system.- A fast algorithm for the automatic recognition of heat sources in satellite images.- Texture classification by local surface fitting.- Range image segmentation and classification via split-and-merge based on surface curvature.- An enhanced linear model edge detector.- Decision feedback in adaptive networks.- Dynamics of hopfield associative memories.- Convergence in a learning network with pattern feedback.- Grey scale N tuple processing.- Change detection in digital imagery using the adaptive learning networks.- Image segmentation using causal Markov random field models.- Preditas — Software package for solving pattern recognition and diagnostic problems.- Processing poor quality line drawings by local estimation of noise.- A color classification algorithm for color images.- Fuzzy set methods in pattern recognition.- A fuzzy hybrid model for pattern classification.- On the role of pattern in recognizer design.- A statistical study in word recognition.- Feature extraction from line drawing images.- Syntax analysis in automated digitizing of maps.- A fast binary template matching algorithm for document image data compression.- Recognition system for three-view mechanical drawings.- A heuristic algorithm for stroke extraction.- An analysis of methods for improving long-range connectivity in meshes.- Implementation and use of software scanning on a small CLIP4 processor array.- Performing global transforms on an SIMD machine.- A parallel architecture for model-based object recognition.- Lapwing - A trainable image recognition system for the linear array processor.- Linguistic definition of generic models in computer vision.- A multiple hypothesis rule-based automatic target recognizer.- Generic cueing in image understanding.- Knowledge-based approach for adaptive recognition of drawings.- Extended symbolic projections as a knowledge structure for spatial reasoning.- Knowledge-based road network extraction on SPOT satellite images.- Median-based methods of corner detection.- Application of the projected hough transform in picture processing.- An efflcient Radon transform.- Mineral cleavage analysis via the hough transform.- About moment normalization and complex moment descriptors.- A method of recognizing infrared target images.- A biologically motivated approach to early visual computations: orientation selection, texture, and optical flow.- First steps towards a blackboard controlled system for matching image and model in the presence of noise and distortion.- Linear algorithm for motion estimation: How to handle degenerate cases.- On token-matching in real time motion analysis.- Determining 3-D structure of scene from image sequences obtained by horizontal and vertical moving camera.- Optical flow estimation using line image sequences.- Three dimensional measurement by stripe line pattern.- Applications of measures of uncertainty in discriminant analysis.- Improving the discrimination of synthetic discriminant filters.- Observer: A probabilistic learning system for ordered events.- Pattern classification in dynamical environments.- Application of a method of managing evidential reasoning to decision tree classifier.- Approximate string matching: Investigations with a hardware string comparator.- Synthesis of attributed hypergraphs for knowledge representation of 3-D objects.- Reconstructible pairs of incomplete polyhedral line drawings.- Fractal curve and attribute grammar.- Fast and reliable image enhancement using fuzzy relaxation technique.- On the choice of regularisation parameter in image restoration.- Some notes on repeated averaging smoothing.- Color enhancement algorithm for remotely sensed false color image, using uniform color scale.- Ocr of Arabic texts.- Grammatical analysis of English by statistical pattern recognition.- A methodology for efficiency estimation of the speech signal feature extraction methods.- A system for the recognition of geological lineaments in remotely sensed imagery.- Use of an assumption-based truth maintenance system to record and resolve ambiguity in cardiac angiograms.

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