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Shape recognition using fuzzy string-matching technique

@inproceedings{Wu2007ShapeRU,
  title={Shape recognition using fuzzy string-matching technique},
  author={W-Y Wu and C-S Lai},
  year={2007}
}
  • W-Y Wu, C-S Lai
  • Published 2007
  • Object recognition is a very important task in industrial applications. Attributed string matching is a well-known technique for pattern matching. The present paper proposes a fuzzy string-matching approach for two-dimensional object recognition. The fuzzy numbers are used to represent the edit costs. Therefore, the edit distances are also presented as fuzzy numbers. The attributed string-matching problem is then equivalent to a fuzzy shortest path problem. The edit distance between two shapes… CONTINUE READING

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