Pattern Detection and Recognition

@article{Unger1959PatternDA,
  title={Pattern Detection and Recognition},
  author={Stephen H. Unger},
  journal={Proceedings of the IRE},
  year={1959},
  volume={47},
  pages={1737-1752}
}
Two types of pattern-processing problems are discussed in this paper. The first, termed "pattern detection," consists of examining an arbitrary set of figures and selecting those having some specified form. The second problem, "pattern recognition," consists of identifying a given figure which is known to belong to one of a finite set of classes. This is the problem encountered when reading alphanumeric characters. Both recognition and detection have been successfully carried out on an IBM 704… CONTINUE READING
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