Syntactic And Structural Pattern Recognition - Theory And Applications (World Scientific Series In Computer Science 7)

Syntactic And Structural Pattern Recognition - Theory And Applications (World Scientific Series In Computer Science 7)

By: Horst Bunke (editor), Alberto Sanfeliu (editor)Paperback

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This book is currently the only one on this subject containing both introductory material and advanced recent research results. It presents, at one end, fundamental concepts and notations developed in syntactic and structural pattern recognition and at the other, reports on the current state of the art with respect to both methodology and applications. In particular, it includes artificial intelligence related techniques, which are likely to become very important in future pattern recognition.The book consists of individual chapters written by different authors. The chapters are grouped into broader subject areas like "Syntactic Representation and Parsing", "Structural Representation and Matching", "Learning", etc. Each chapter is a self-contained presentation of one particular topic. In order to keep the original flavor of each contribution, no efforts were undertaken to unify the different chapters with respect to notation. Naturally, the self-containedness of the individual chapters results in some redundancy. However, we believe that this handicap is compensated by the fact that each contribution can be read individually without prior study of the preceding chapters. A unification of the spectrum of material covered by the individual chapters is provided by the subject and author index included at the end of the book.

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  • ISBN13: 9789971505660
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 564
  • ID: 9789971505660
  • ISBN10: 9971505665

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