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Pattern Recognition- Theory, Experiment, Computer Simulations, and Dynamic Models of form, perception, and discovery

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Vintage text in very good condition.
ISBN-10: 0471896004
Author: Uhr, Leonard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Publication Year: 1966
Number Of Pages: 406
Binding: Hardcover
"This book has been written to fill several needs. A large amount of interesting research on pattern recognition has been done in the past few years in the fields of psychology, neurophysiology, and especially computer model building. This material has not been brought together in a coherent form under one cover. I wanted to sample from the computer models that have been developed but, but to do this in the context of other relevant work...By cutting our focus of interest down to a specific problem, such as pattern recognition, and then examining it from a variety of points of view, we may get closer to a fruitful interchange. Tus my hope is that people specifically interested in pattern recognition will find this book useful, both as a brief compilation of their primary interests and as an introduction to fruitful new material, and that people with general interests in perception and cognition, sensory mechanisms, or theory of knowledge, or indeed, psychology, physiology, philosophy, and science in general will find some worthwhile things. "

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    Pattern Recognition- Theory, Experiment, Computer Simulations, and Dynamic Models of form, perception, and discovery

    Pattern Recognition- Theory, Experiment, Computer Simulations, and Dynamic Models of form, perception, and discovery

    $20.00