|Statement||editor, Nikhil R. Pal.|
|Series||FLSI soft computing series ;, v. 2|
|Contributions||Pal, Nikhil R.|
|LC Classifications||TK7882.P3 P395 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 393 p. :|
|Number of Pages||393|
|LC Control Number||2001273066|
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soft computing. In this book, information processing paradigm which alongwith some of their application to control and pattern recognition. Soft computing paradigms such as. Based on a strong interest in neural networks and high-performance computing, the main areas of his research cover computer vision and machine learning, taking advantage of soft computing methodologies (see Fig. 1). Our description follows these research areas, bearing in mind that they cannot be exactly partitioned, as they share many topics. Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute (FLSI) Soft Computing Series Pattern Recognition in Soft Computing Paradigm, pp. () No Access The Self-Organizing Map as a Tool in Knowledge Engineering Johan Himberg. Neural Networks is an integral component fo the ubiquitous soft computing paradigm. An in-depth understanding of this field requires some background of the principles of neuroscience, mathematics and computer programming. Neural Networks: A Classroom Approach, achieves a balanced blend of these areas to weave an appropriate fabric for the exposition of the diversity .
Any task that involves decision-making can benefit from soft computing techniques which allow premature decisions to be deferred. The processing and analysis of images is no exception to this rule. In the classical image analysis paradigm, the first step is nearly always some sort of segmentation process in which the image is divided into. Display Omitted A soft computing paradigm is designed within the framework of Two pass technique is used to evaluate the recognition of handwritten Bangla handwritten Bangla characters consist of Basic and Compound and algorithmic methodology is developed for formation of pattern based local. Fatih A. Unal, in Neural Networks and Pattern Recognition, 1 Introduction. Pattern recognition systems consist of four functional units: A feature extractor (to select and measure the representative properties of raw input data in a reduced form), a pattern matcher (to compare an input pattern to reference patterns using a distance measure), a reference templates . We describe in this book, bio-inspired models and applications of hybrid intel- gent systems using soft computing techniques for image analysis and pattern r- ognition based on biometrics and other information sources. Soft Computing (SC) consists of several intelligent computing .