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Physical and Biological Processing of Images

Proceedings of an International Symposium Organised by the Rank Prize Funds, London, England, 27-29 September, 1982
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Statementedited by Oliver J. Braddick, Andrew C. Sleigh
SeriesSpringer Series in Information Sciences -- 11, Springer series in information sciences -- 11.
ContributionsSleigh, Andrew C.
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LC ClassificationsQH505
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Open LibraryOL27080849M
ISBN 103642688888
ISBN 139783642688881
OCLC/WorldCa858929930

It was therefore very appropriate that the symposium should be on Physical and Biologi­ cal Processing of Images. The purpose of the symposium was to bring together scientists working on the physiology and psychology of visual perception with those developing ma­ chine systems for image processing and understanding.

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