Pattern Recognition Theory and Applications

  • Pierre A. Devijver
  • Josef Kittler
Conference proceedings

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-83069-3

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 30)

Table of contents (43 papers)

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XI
  2. Statistical Methods and Clustering Techniques

    1. Texture Subspaces
      Erkki Oja, Jussi Parkkinen
      Pages 21-33
    2. Linear Models in Spatial Discriminant Analysis
      J. Haslett, G. Horgan
      Pages 47-55
    3. Non Supervised Classification Tools Adapted to Supervised Classification
      R. Fages, M. Terrenoire, D. Tounissoux, A. Zighed
      Pages 57-62
    4. The Bootstrap Approach to Clustering
      Jean Vincent Moreau, Anil K. Jain
      Pages 63-71
    5. On the Distribution Equivalence in Cluster Analysis
      Helena Bacelar Nicolau
      Pages 73-79
  3. Probabilistic Relaxation Techniques

    1. Relaxation Labelling
      Josef Kittler
      Pages 99-108
    2. Optimisation Algorithms in Probabilistic Relaxation Labelling
      John Illingworth, Josef Kittler
      Pages 109-117
    3. Feature Point Matching Using Temporal Smoothness in Velocity
      I. K. Sethi, V. Salari, S. Vemuri
      Pages 119-131
    4. Multiresolutional Cluster Segmentation Using Spatial Context
      Jan J. Gerbrands, Eric Backer, Xiang S. Cheng
      Pages 133-140
  4. From Markovian to Connectionist Models

    1. Locating Texture and Object Boundaries
      Donald Geman, Stuart Geman, Christine Graffigne
      Pages 165-177
    2. Simulated Annealing: A Pedestrian Review of the Theory and Some Applications
      Emile H. L. Aarts, Peter J. M. van Laarhoven
      Pages 179-192
    3. The Detection of Geological Fault Lines in Radar Images
      S. Güler, G. Garcia, L. Gülen, M. N. Toksöz
      Pages 193-201
    4. Speech Recognition Experiment with 10,000 Words Dictionary
      Hélène Cerf-Danon, Anne-Marie Derouault, Marc El-Beze, Bernard Merialdo, Serge Soudoplatoff
      Pages 203-209
    5. Energy Methods in Connectionist Modelling
      Jerome A. Feldman
      Pages 223-247

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book is the outcome of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Pattern Recog­ nition Theory and Applications held in Spa-Balmoral, Belgium, in June 1986. This Institute was the third of a series which started in 1975 in Bandol, France, at the initia­ tive of Professors K. S. Fu and A. Whinston, and continued in 1981 in Oxford, UK, with Professors K. S. Fu, J. Kittler and L. -F. Pau as directors. As early as in 1981, plans were made to pursue the series in about 1986 and possibly in Belgium, with Professor K. S. Fu and the present editors as directors. Unfortunately, Ie sort en decida autrement: Professor Fu passed away in the spring of 1985. His sudden death was an irreparable loss to the scientific community and to all those who knew him as an inspiring colleague, a teacher or a dear friend. Soon after, Josef Kittler and I decided to pay a small tribute to his memory by helping some of his plans to materialize. With the support of the NATO Scientific Affairs Division, the Institute became a reality. It was therefore but natural that the proceedings of the Institute be dedicated to him. The book contains most of the papers that were presented at the Institute. Papers are grouped along major themes which hopefully represent the major areas of contem­ porary research. These are: 1. Statistical methods and clustering techniques 2. Probabilistic relaxation techniques 3. From Markovian to connectionist models 4.

Keywords

clustering pattern pattern recognition

Editors and affiliations

  • Pierre A. Devijver
    • 1
  • Josef Kittler
    • 2
  1. 1.Philips Research LaboratoryBrusselsBelgium
  2. 2.Department of Electronic and Electrical EngineeringUniversity of SurreyGuildfordUK

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-83071-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-83069-3