Volume 17, Number 1, 1984
John K. Tsotsos
: Knowledge and the visual process: Content, form and use.
: Image sequence analysis of real world human motion.
: A primary algorithm for the understanding of logic circuit diagrams.
W. A. Perkins
: Model-based inspection system for component boards.
, W. Beutel
: Workpiece recognition and inspection by a model-based scene analysis system.
: Image sequence analysis using relational structures.
: Robot vision by a contour sensor with associative memory.
Volume 17, Number 2, 1984
Stephen W. Wharton
: An analysis of the effects of sample size on classification performance of a histogram based cluster analysis procedure.
Volume 17, Number 3, 1984
Dean M. Young
, Patrick L. Odell
: A formulation and comparison of two linear feature selection techniques applicable to statistical classification.
Milan E. Soklic
: The partition of N-dimensional space, using shells.
: Pattern recognition by polynomial canonical regression.
Volume 17, Number 4, 1984
: Computer vision research at the university of Maryland: A 20-year retrospective.
Jack D. Tubbs
: A note on the justification of landsat data transformations.
Patrick Shen-Pei Wang
: An application of array grammars to clustering analysis for syntactic patterns.
, J. A. Richards
: Piecewise linear classification using seniority logic committee methods, with application to remote sensing.
Volume 17, Number 5, 1984
: Labeled point pattern matching by fuzzy relaxation.
: A unified approach to pattern recognition.
Volume 17, Number 6, 1984
G. E. Lowitz
: What the fourier transform can really bring to clustering.
K. Chidananda Gowda
: A feature reduction and unsupervised classification algorithm for multispectral data.
: Maximum likelihood discriminant analysis on the plane using a markovian model of spatial context.
: Parallel and sequential transformations on digital images.
: Three dimensional reconstruction of echocardiograms based on orthogonal sections.