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The Resource Pattern recognition in practice : proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980, edited by Edzard S. Gelsema and Laveen N. Kanal

Pattern recognition in practice : proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980, edited by Edzard S. Gelsema and Laveen N. Kanal

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Pattern recognition in practice : proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980
Title
Pattern recognition in practice
Title remainder
proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980
Statement of responsibility
edited by Edzard S. Gelsema and Laveen N. Kanal
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
001.53/4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
Q327
LC item number
.P38
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
TK 7882.P3
NLM item number
P3154 1980
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1937-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Gelsema, Edzard S.
  • Kanal, Laveen N
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pattern perception
  • Pattern Recognition, Automated
  • Perception de structure
  • Reconnaissance des formes (Informatique)
  • Traitement d'images
  • Patroonherkenning
  • Informatietechnieken
  • Computermethoden
Label
Pattern recognition in practice : proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980, edited by Edzard S. Gelsema and Laveen N. Kanal
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lacunae in the theory of digital image registration
  • S.D. Morgera
  • Interpolated estimation of Markov source parameters from sparse data
  • F. Jelinek
  • and
  • R.L. Mercer
  • Computational problems of feature selection pertaining to large data sets
  • J. Kittler
  • A critical evaluation of intrinsic dimensionality algorithms
  • N. Wyse,
  • R. Dubes
  • W. Brogan
  • and
  • A.K. Jain
  • Ranking features for cervical cell classification
  • B.S. White,
  • K.R. Castleman,
  • E. Stern,
  • D.L. Rosenthal
  • and
  • C. McLatchie
  • Constrained optimization decision making paradigms
  • and
  • J.M.S. Prewitt
  • and
  • A.J. Dwyer
  • Decision tree optimization in a prescreening system for cervical smears
  • D.J. Zahniser,
  • P.S. Oud,
  • M.C.T. Raaijmakers,
  • G.P. Vooys
  • and
  • R.T. van de Walle
  • G. Nagy
  • Radex, towards a computer-based radiology consultant
  • B. Chandrasekaran,
  • S. Mittal
  • and
  • J.W. Smith
  • ISPAHAN, an interactive system for pattern analysis, structure and capabilities
  • E.S. Gelsema
  • Interactive pattern recognition of white blood cells using ISPAHAN
  • G.H. Landeweerd,
  • M. Bing
  • Object detection via image registration
  • and
  • E.S. Gelsema
  • Experience with ISPAHAN in cardiological research
  • J.L. Talmon,
  • E.S. Gelsma,
  • A. Hasman,
  • R.D. Rijneke
  • and
  • G. van Herpen
  • A project of pattern recognition with an interactive system (ISPAHAN) in prehistoric archaeology, "Quantitative" typology of the end-scrapers of an Italian upper Paleolithic industrial assemblage
  • G. Stockman
  • A. Bietti
  • and
  • L. Zanello
  • Implementation and use of ISPAHAN on an HP computer
  • E. Lesaffre,
  • A. Boel
  • and
  • J.L. Willems
  • Learning algorithms applied to the processing of industrial images
  • E. Persoon
  • Reconfigurable geographic data bases
  • A. Guzmán
  • Image manipulation languages, a preliminary survey
  • Shape analysis and digitization
  • T. Pavlidis
  • Some shape parameters for cell recognition
  • A.W.M. Smeulders,
  • A.M. Vossepoel,
  • J. Vrolijk ,
  • J.S. Ploem
  • and
  • C.J. Cornelisse
  • A comparative study of texture discrimination using an optical-digital computer versus all-digital methods
  • K. Preston, Jr.
  • R.K. O'Toole
  • and
  • H. Stark
  • Structural investigations of snow, a comparison of different parameter sets
  • W. Good
  • Pattern recognition in high energy physics
  • A.G. Tenner
  • Applications of pattern recognition and image processing to physical and related problems
  • C.J.D.M. Verhagen
  • Satellite cloud analyses for a radiation model
  • Empiricism or idealism
  • J.A. Parikh
  • and
  • J.T. Ball
  • Automatic separation of text, graphic and picture segments in printed material
  • W. Scherl,
  • F. Wahl
  • and
  • H. Fuchsberger
  • Computer processing and classification of coronary occlusions
  • J.J. Gerbrands,
  • F. Meyer
  • J.H.C. Reiber
  • and
  • F. Booman
  • Classification of particles in noisy electron micrographs using correspondence analysis
  • M. van Heel
  • and
  • J. Frank
  • Interactive evaluation of stereo X-ray images from hip-joint prostheses
  • A. Herp,
  • H. Niemann
  • Language and architecture of parallel image processing
  • and
  • K.J. Probst
  • Experience with an interactive pattern analysis system for medical applications
  • T. Kaminuma
  • and
  • I. Suzuki
  • The use of characteristic views in the recognition of three-dimensional objects
  • H. Freeman
  • and
  • I. Chakravarty
  • S.R. Sternberg
  • Computer vision systems, a practical approach
  • G. Brodin,
  • R.B. Johansson,
  • I. Gustavsson,
  • O. Arneholt,
  • E. Oscarsson,
  • T. Abramczuk,
  • F. Bjork,
  • L.G. Lundblad
  • and
  • Feedback processing of image information
  • L. Andersson
  • Syntactic models in pattern recognition and applications
  • K.S. Fu
  • Machine recognition of Arabic cursive scripts
  • K. Badie
  • and
  • M. Shimura
  • State of the art and perspectives of the linguistic-semantic approach to industrial OCR
  • L. Stringa
  • An overview of asymptotic properties of nearest neighbor rules
  • G.H. Granlund
  • P.A. Devijver
  • SIMCA, a pattern recognition method based on principal component models
  • M. Sjöström
  • and
  • S. Wold
  • A two-dimensional display for multiclass multivariate data
  • J.M. Mantock
  • and
  • J. Fukunaga
  • Structured estimation, multivariate probability density estimation
Control code
6735471
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 552 pages
Isbn
9780444861153
Isbn Type
(Elsevier North-Holland)
Lccn
80022009
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)65257
Label
Pattern recognition in practice : proceedings of an international workshop held in Amsterdam, May 21-23, 1980, edited by Edzard S. Gelsema and Laveen N. Kanal
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Lacunae in the theory of digital image registration
  • S.D. Morgera
  • Interpolated estimation of Markov source parameters from sparse data
  • F. Jelinek
  • and
  • R.L. Mercer
  • Computational problems of feature selection pertaining to large data sets
  • J. Kittler
  • A critical evaluation of intrinsic dimensionality algorithms
  • N. Wyse,
  • R. Dubes
  • W. Brogan
  • and
  • A.K. Jain
  • Ranking features for cervical cell classification
  • B.S. White,
  • K.R. Castleman,
  • E. Stern,
  • D.L. Rosenthal
  • and
  • C. McLatchie
  • Constrained optimization decision making paradigms
  • and
  • J.M.S. Prewitt
  • and
  • A.J. Dwyer
  • Decision tree optimization in a prescreening system for cervical smears
  • D.J. Zahniser,
  • P.S. Oud,
  • M.C.T. Raaijmakers,
  • G.P. Vooys
  • and
  • R.T. van de Walle
  • G. Nagy
  • Radex, towards a computer-based radiology consultant
  • B. Chandrasekaran,
  • S. Mittal
  • and
  • J.W. Smith
  • ISPAHAN, an interactive system for pattern analysis, structure and capabilities
  • E.S. Gelsema
  • Interactive pattern recognition of white blood cells using ISPAHAN
  • G.H. Landeweerd,
  • M. Bing
  • Object detection via image registration
  • and
  • E.S. Gelsema
  • Experience with ISPAHAN in cardiological research
  • J.L. Talmon,
  • E.S. Gelsma,
  • A. Hasman,
  • R.D. Rijneke
  • and
  • G. van Herpen
  • A project of pattern recognition with an interactive system (ISPAHAN) in prehistoric archaeology, "Quantitative" typology of the end-scrapers of an Italian upper Paleolithic industrial assemblage
  • G. Stockman
  • A. Bietti
  • and
  • L. Zanello
  • Implementation and use of ISPAHAN on an HP computer
  • E. Lesaffre,
  • A. Boel
  • and
  • J.L. Willems
  • Learning algorithms applied to the processing of industrial images
  • E. Persoon
  • Reconfigurable geographic data bases
  • A. Guzmán
  • Image manipulation languages, a preliminary survey
  • Shape analysis and digitization
  • T. Pavlidis
  • Some shape parameters for cell recognition
  • A.W.M. Smeulders,
  • A.M. Vossepoel,
  • J. Vrolijk ,
  • J.S. Ploem
  • and
  • C.J. Cornelisse
  • A comparative study of texture discrimination using an optical-digital computer versus all-digital methods
  • K. Preston, Jr.
  • R.K. O'Toole
  • and
  • H. Stark
  • Structural investigations of snow, a comparison of different parameter sets
  • W. Good
  • Pattern recognition in high energy physics
  • A.G. Tenner
  • Applications of pattern recognition and image processing to physical and related problems
  • C.J.D.M. Verhagen
  • Satellite cloud analyses for a radiation model
  • Empiricism or idealism
  • J.A. Parikh
  • and
  • J.T. Ball
  • Automatic separation of text, graphic and picture segments in printed material
  • W. Scherl,
  • F. Wahl
  • and
  • H. Fuchsberger
  • Computer processing and classification of coronary occlusions
  • J.J. Gerbrands,
  • F. Meyer
  • J.H.C. Reiber
  • and
  • F. Booman
  • Classification of particles in noisy electron micrographs using correspondence analysis
  • M. van Heel
  • and
  • J. Frank
  • Interactive evaluation of stereo X-ray images from hip-joint prostheses
  • A. Herp,
  • H. Niemann
  • Language and architecture of parallel image processing
  • and
  • K.J. Probst
  • Experience with an interactive pattern analysis system for medical applications
  • T. Kaminuma
  • and
  • I. Suzuki
  • The use of characteristic views in the recognition of three-dimensional objects
  • H. Freeman
  • and
  • I. Chakravarty
  • S.R. Sternberg
  • Computer vision systems, a practical approach
  • G. Brodin,
  • R.B. Johansson,
  • I. Gustavsson,
  • O. Arneholt,
  • E. Oscarsson,
  • T. Abramczuk,
  • F. Bjork,
  • L.G. Lundblad
  • and
  • Feedback processing of image information
  • L. Andersson
  • Syntactic models in pattern recognition and applications
  • K.S. Fu
  • Machine recognition of Arabic cursive scripts
  • K. Badie
  • and
  • M. Shimura
  • State of the art and perspectives of the linguistic-semantic approach to industrial OCR
  • L. Stringa
  • An overview of asymptotic properties of nearest neighbor rules
  • G.H. Granlund
  • P.A. Devijver
  • SIMCA, a pattern recognition method based on principal component models
  • M. Sjöström
  • and
  • S. Wold
  • A two-dimensional display for multiclass multivariate data
  • J.M. Mantock
  • and
  • J. Fukunaga
  • Structured estimation, multivariate probability density estimation
Control code
6735471
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 552 pages
Isbn
9780444861153
Isbn Type
(Elsevier North-Holland)
Lccn
80022009
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)65257

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