Computer Recognition Systems 4 by Robert BurdukComputer Recognition Systems 4 by Robert Burduk

Computer Recognition Systems 4

byRobert Burduk

Paperback | April 5, 2011

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The computer recognition systems are nowadays one of the most promising directions in artificial intelligence. This book is the most comprehensive study of this field. It contains a collection of 78 carefully selected articles contributed by experts of pattern recognition. It reports on current research with respect to both methodology and applications. In particular, it includes the following sections:

  • Biometrics,
  • Features, learning and classifiers,
  • Image processing and computer vision,
  • Knowledge acquisition based on reasoning methods
  • Medical applications,
  • Miscellaneous applications,

This book is a great reference tool for scientists who deal with the problems of designing computer pattern recognition systems. Its target readers can be as well researchers as students of computer science, artificial intelligence or robotics.

Title:Computer Recognition Systems 4Format:PaperbackDimensions:782 pagesPublished:April 5, 2011Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642203191

ISBN - 13:9783642203190

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Table of Contents

From the content: .- Modified Ranked Order Adaptive Median Filter for Impulse Noise Removal.-

Conceptual Design with the Use of Graph-Based Structures.-

Instantaneous measurement of SNR in electrocardiograms based on quasi-continuous time-scale noise modeling.-

Data Queuing for Non-uniform Telemedical Reporting.-

Variable Complexity Reduction in Image Grade Decomposition.-

Artefactual Reasoning in a Hypergraph-Based CAD System.-

Analysis of Inter-Rater Agreement among Human Observers who Judge Image Similarity.-

Estimation of Tolerance Relation on the Basis of Pairwise Comparisons.