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Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444891266, 9780444599285

Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision

1st Edition

Editors: Y.A. Feldman A. Bruckstein
eBook ISBN: 9780444599285
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st June 1991
Page Count: 504
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Current research in artificial intelligence and computer vision presented at the Israeli Symposium are combined in this volume to present an invaluable resource for students, industry and research organizations. Papers have been contributed from researchers worldwide, showing the growing interest of the international community in the work done in Israel. The papers selected are varied, reflecting the most contemporary research trends.

Table of Contents

Structuring Events for their Pronominal Reference. Monitoring the Execution of Contextualised Expianations. Exact Point Matching. Similarity-Invariant Recognition of Partially Occluded Planar Curves and Shapes. Robust Estimators in Computer Vision: An Introduction to Least Median of Squares Regression. On Optimal Stopping of Sparse Search. A Strategic Negotiations Model with Applications to an International Crisis: Preliminary Report. Progressive Horizon Planning. Logical Modelling of Constraints on Acceptable Syntactic Tree Forms for Natural Language Analysis. A Statictical Filter for Resolving Pronoun References. Form and Function: A Theory of Purposive, Qualitative 3-D Object Recognition. Dynamic Multiple-Motion Computation. Translating Default Theories to Logic Programs. An Efficient Algorithm for Point Selection for Image Surface Recovery Computation. The Generalized-Concepts Object-Centered World, and Possible Representations. Constructive Induction by Incremental Concept Formation.


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About the Editors

Y.A. Feldman

Affiliations and Expertise

Tel Aviv University, Israel

A. Bruckstein

Affiliations and Expertise

Technion, Israel Institute of Techology, Israel

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