The "rubber-mask" technique-II. Pattern storage and recognition

  title={The "rubber-mask" technique-II. Pattern storage and recognition},
  author={Bernard Widrow},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
-This paper briefly summarizes much of the work in pattern recognition to date, and relates the rubber mask technique to previous work. A scheme for incorporating flexible-mask methods into a proposed pattern recognition and memory system is presented. A discussion based on some facts and on some conjecture of the human eye/brain system and how it recognizes patterns, possibly by flexible matching, is also presented. Flexible templates Rubber masks Pattern recognition and memory system… CONTINUE READING

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