4.2 Connectionist Approaches to Computer Vision

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Ballard, D.H.[Dana H.],
Parameter Nets,
AI(22), No. 3, April 1984, pp. 235-267.
Elsevier DOI BibRef 8404
And: RCV87(534-550). Describes the core of the connectionist theory of image processing. BibRef

Ballard, D.H.[Dana H.],
Parameter Networks: Towards a Theory of Low-Level Vision,
IJCAI81(1068-1078). Survey paper discusses many methods. Discusses using sequence of parameter spaces analysis rather than n-dimensional spaces (as in Ohlander segmentation). Constraint transform is used through out (can be as simple as a histogram generated threshold). BibRef 8100

Feldman, J.A., Ballard, D.H.,
Computing with Connections,
HMV83(107-155). BibRef 8300

Feldman, J.A., Ballard, D.H.,
Connectionist Models and Their Properties,
CogSci(6), 1982, pp. 205-254. BibRef 8200

Hrechanyk, L.M.[Lydia M.], and Ballard, D.H.[Dana H.],
Viewframes: A Connectionist Model of Form Perception,
DARPA83(64-76). BibRef 8300
Earlier:
A Connectionist Model of Form Perception,
CVWS82(44-52). Continuation of the connectionist model. BibRef

Feldman, J.A.,
Connectionist Models and Parallelism in High Level Vision,
CVGIP(31), No. 2, August 1985, pp. 178-200.
Elsevier DOI BibRef 8508

Vinod, V.V., Chaudhury, S., Mukherjee, J., Ghose, S.,
A Connectionist Approach for Clustering with Applications in Image-Analysis,
SMC(24), No. 3, March 1994, pp. 365-383. See also Connectionist Approach for Peak Detection in Hough Space, A. BibRef 9403

Bortolan, G., Silipo, R., Marchesi, C.,
Fuzzy Pattern-Classification and the Connectionist Approach,
PRL(17), No. 6, May 15 1996, pp. 661-670. 9607
BibRef

Griffith, N.,
Connectionist Visualization of Tonal Structure,
AIR(8), No. 5-6, 1995, pp. 393-408. BibRef 9500

Roli, F., Serpico, S.B., and Vernazza, G.,
Image Recognition by Integration of Connectionist and Symbolic Approaches,
PRAI(9), 1995, pp. 485-515. BibRef 9500

Babu, G.P.[G. Phanendra], and Murty, M.N.[M. Narasimha],
Optimal Thresholding Using Multi-State Stochastic Connectionist Approach,
PRL(16), 1995, pp. 11-18. BibRef 9500

Gallant, S.I.,
Connectionist Expert Systems,
CACM(31), No. 2, February 1988, pp. 152-169. BibRef 8802

Feldman, J.A., Fanty, M.A.[Mark A.], Goddard, N.H.[Nigel H.], Lynne, K.J.[Kenton J.],
Computing with Structured Connectionist Networks,
CACM(31), No. 2, February 1988, pp. 170-187. BibRef 8802

Chen, K.,
A Connectionist Method for Pattern Classification with Diverse Features,
PRL(19), No. 7, May 1998, pp. 545-558. 9808
BibRef


Ben-Shahar, O.[Ohad], Li, G.[Gang], Zucker, S.W.[Steven W.],
Connection Geometry, Color, and Stereo,
CAIP07(13-19).
Springer DOI 0708
BibRef

Austin, J., Giacinto, G., Kanellopoulos, I., Lees, K., Roll, F., Vernazza, G., Wilkinson, G.,
The COMPARES Project: Connectionist methods for preprocessing and analysis of remote sensing data,
CIAP97(II: 765-772).
Springer DOI 9709
BibRef

Truve, S., Richards, W.,
From Waltz to Winston (via the Connection Table),
ICCV87(393-404). BibRef 8700

Olson, C.F.[Clark F.],
Connectionist Networks for Feature Indexing and Object Recognition,
CVPR96(907-912).
IEEE DOI See also Probabilistic Indexing for Object Recognition. BibRef 9600

Walters, D.K.W.,
The Representation of Variables in Connectionist Networks,
ICCV87(698-702). BibRef 8700

Alexandre, F.,
Connectionist Cognitive Processing for Invariant Pattern Recognition,
ICPR96(IV: 679-683).
IEEE DOI 9608
(CRIN-INRIA, F) BibRef

Basak, J., Murthy, C.A., Chaudhury, S., Majumder, D.D.,
A connectionist network for simultaneous perception of multiple categories,
ICPR92(II:37-40).
IEEE DOI 9208
BibRef

Chang, C.C., Chang, C.H., Hwang, S.Y.,
A connectionist approach for thresholding,
ICPR92(III:522-525).
IEEE DOI 9208
BibRef

Stewart, C.V., Dyer, C.R.,
Local Constraint Integration in a Connectionist Model of Stereo Vision,
CVPR88(165-170).
IEEE DOI BibRef 8800

Cooper, P.R., and Hollbach, S.C.,
Parallel Recognition of Objects Comprised of Pure Structure,
DARPA87(381-391). Recognize General Objects. Not really point patterns, but very similar. The only information is the topological structure -- connections between joints. This is fed into a connectionist framework and answers come out. BibRef 8700

Cooper, P.R.,
Parallel Structure Recognition with Uncertainty: Coupled Segmentation and Matching,
ICCV90(287-290).
IEEE DOI BibRef 9000

Ballard, D.H., Bandyopadhyay, A., Sullins, J., Tanaka, H.,
A Connectionist Model of Extrapersonal Space,
CVWS84(18-24). BibRef 8400

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