Handbook of Pattern Recognition and Image ProcessingBy
- Andrew Young
Audience: Computer scientists in artificial intelligence, data processing and information retrieval, programming, logic design, and computer graphics; electronics engineers; medical physicists; control engineers; physicists in methodology and instrumentation; earth and space scientists in remote sensing; and analytical chemists.
Hardbound, 705 Pages
Published: April 1986
Imprint: Academic Press
"This book is a very good and almost exhaustive introduction to the study of pattern recognition. The beginner can find in articles written by experts a survey of the main topics of the domain, but it also offers to the graduate and expert large bibliographical insights and the pleasure of a nice presentation of the subjects."