Accession Number : AD0676558

Title :   ABOUT CERTAIN PRINCIPLES OF IDENTIFICATION OF IMAGES (O NEKOTORYKH PRINTSIPAKH RASPOZNAVANIYA OBRAZOV),

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Feldbaum,A. A.

Report Date : 17 NOV 1967

Pagination or Media Count : 16

Abstract : In most existing systems instructed to recognize patterns, recognition is an instantaneous act performed by a certain logic process. Therefore, such instructed systems can be called static. However, when working out recognition systems there is another approach which is not without promise. This approach lies in constructing dynamic instructing recognition systems in which recognition is not an instantaneous act, but some process. The important prospects opened by this approach are explained by the following considerations: (1) Any picture or image represents not a simple totality of its elements but an ordered totality. (2) Recognition of images by man or by an animal is a process encompassing an entire complex of links of the visual or tactile organs of sense. The task of the investigation which served as the basis for this article did not include an attempt to simulate the processes of recognition occurring in a living organism, but certain concepts of these processes can prove to be beneficial when developing new types of automatons, in particular dynamic instructing systems of recognition.

Descriptors :   (*PATTERN RECOGNITION, AUTOMATION), TEACHING MACHINES, LOGIC CIRCUITS, SHIFT REGISTERS, CORRELATION TECHNIQUES, BIONICS, VISION, USSR

Subject Categories : Computer Hardware
      Bionics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE