Update Dates 7500

7500 * *Psychology of Computer Vision, The
* Acquisition of Moving Objects and Hand-Eye Coordination
* Analysis of Natural Scenes
* Analysis of Perception of Motion in Television Signals and its Application to Bandwidth Compression
* Analysis of Three-Dimensional Scene Images on the Knowledge of their Texture Features
* Analyzing Intensity Arrays Using Knowledge About Scenes
* Bandwidth Reduction of Video Signals Via Shift Vector Transmission
* Branching Algorithm for Discriminating and Tracking Multiple Objects, A
* Clustering and Data Reorganizing Algorithm, A
* Color Picture Processing by Computer
* Computer Methods for Creating Photomosaics
* Computer Recognition of Handwritten Numerals by Polygonal Approximations
* Concept of a Linguistic Variable and Its Application to Approximate Reasoning, I, II and III, The
* Decision Theory Method for the Analysis of Texture, A
* Detection of Step Edges in Noisy One-Dimensional Data
* Detection of Surface-Specific Points by Local Parallel Processing of Discrete Terrain Elevation Data
* Determining the Minimum-Area Encasing Rectangle for an Arbitrary Curve
* Discrete Equation of the Straight Line, The
* Display Generated by a Generalized Cone Representation
* Efficient String Matching: An Aid to Bibliographic Search
* Extension of the String-to-String Correction Problem, An
* Forming Models of Plane-and-Cylinder Faced Bodies from Light Stripes
* Globality and Stereoscopic Fusion in Binocular Vision
* Grammatical Inference: Introduction and Survey
* Group Averaged Linear Functions that Detect Corners and Lines
* Hybrid Optical Computer Processing Technique for Fingerprint Identification, A
* Hypothesis-Driven Vision System, An
* Image Segmentation by Interactively Combining Line, Region, and Semantic Structure
* Improved Method of Angle Detection on Digital Curves, An
* Incisive Neighborhood Discerning Iteratively Aggregating Nomenclator (INDIAN) System for Pattern Recognition in Unsupervised Environments, An
* Invariant Properties of the Motion Parallax Field Due to the Movement of Rigid Bodies Relative to an Observer
* Isolating and Identifying Objects in Line Drawings
* Learning Structural Descriptions from Examples
* Linear Space Algorithm for Computing Maximal Common Subsequences, A
* Localization of cellular structures
* MSYS: A System for Reasoning about Scenes
* Multilevel Multispectral Data Set Analysis in the Visible and Infrared Wavelength Regions, A
* Networks of Automata: Some Applications
* Note on Automatic Detection of Texture Gradients, A
* Note on Cycle Grammars, A
* Obtaining Shape from Shading Information
* On the Measurement of Curvature in a Quantized Environment
* On the Optimal Extraction of Boundary Curves
* Optimal source codes for geometrically distributed integer alphabets
* Parallel Mechanism for Detecting Curves in Pictures, A
* Parallel Thinning of Binary Pictures
* Probabilistic Hypothesis for the Prediction of Visual Fixations, A
* Radial Grammars and Radial L-Systems
* Region-Analysis System for Interactive Scene Analysis, A
* Regular Arcs in Digital Contours
* Resolution Preserving Textural Transformation for Images, A
* Sequential Decision Based Edge Detection
* Shape Grammars and their Uses: Artificial Perception, Shape Generation, and Computer Aesthetics
* Shape-Dependent Similarity Measures for Oriented Line Patterns
* Shape-Oriented Chromosome Classification
* Simplified and Fast Version of the Hueckel Operator for Finding Optimal Edges in Pictures, A
* Spectral Estimation Techniques for the Spectral Calibration of a Color Image Scanner
* Statistical Analysis of Nonlattice Data
* Stochastic Syntax-Directed Translation Schemata for Correction of Errors in Context-Free Languages
* Syntactic Algorithm for Peak Detection in Waveforms with Applications to Cardiography, A
* Syntactic Recognition of Imperfectly Specified Patterns
* Synthesis of Boolean Nets and Time Behavior of a General Mathematical Neuron
* Texture Identification by a Directed Split-and Merge Procedure
* Tracking: An Approach to Dynamic Vision and Hand-Eye Coordination
* Transformation of Photographic Images into Stroke Arrays, The
* Transformations for the Computer Detection of Curves in Noisy Pictures
* Understanding Line Drawings of Scenes with Shadows
* Velocity as a Cue to Segmentation
* Visual Focusing and Defocusing: An Essential Part of Pattern Recognition Process
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