Volume 15, Number 1, 1982
Volume 15, Number 2, 1982
Vladimir J. Lumelsky
: A combined algorithm for weighting the variables and clustering in the clustering problem.
: The bounded variation quantity (B.V.Q.) and its application to feature extraction.
: An unsupervised Bayes classifier for normal patterns based on marginal densities analysis.
Volume 15, Number 3, 1982
Steven L. Tanimoto
: Advances in software engineering and their relations to pattern recognition and image processing.
: Normalization of discrete planar objects.
: Contour tracing of grey-scale images based on 2-D histograms.
: Graph theoretical clustering based on limited neighbourhood sets.
: Computing the relative neighborhood graph in the L1 and Linfinity metrics .
Peter de Souza
: Some decision network designs for pattern classification.
C. B. Chittineni
: Some approaches to optimal cluster labeling with applications to remote sensing.
James E. Goin
: ROC curve estimation and hypothesis testing: applications to breast cancer detection.
James K. Mullin
: Interfacing criteria for recognition logic used with a context post-processor.
Volume 15, Number 4, 1982
Larry S. Davis
: Hierarchical generalized Hough transforms and line-segment based generalized H ugh transforms.
Stephen W. Wharton
: A contextual classification method for recognizing land use patterns in high resolution remotely sensed data.
C. L. Begovich
, V. E. Kane
: Estimating the number of groups and group membership using simulation cluster analysis.
Roland T. Chin
: Automated visual inspection techniques and applications: A bibliography.
Volume 15, Number 5, 1982
: The measurement of circularity and ellipticity on a digital grid.
: A committee machine with a set of networks composed of two single-threshold elements as committee members.
: Optimization of computational time in pattern recognizers.
G. H. Landeweerd
: Pattern recognition of nucleated cells from the peripheral blood.
Volume 15, Number 6, 1982
, Sei Miyake
: Neocognitron: A new algorithm for pattern recognition tolerant of deformations and shifts in position.