Multiple paradigms, comparative studies and hybrid systems : by Edzard S Gelsema; International Workshop on Pattern
By Edzard S Gelsema; International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Practice
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Thus, we can associate with each contour a sequence of features and HMMs can be used for training and classification purposes. 6. E X P E R I M E N T A L RESULTS In the experiments we choose four different objects (see Figure 3). Using a training data set of 50 input images per object, different types of HMMs are trained from the sequences of extracted affine invariant features. We compute both Κχ for each contour. The classification results using 10 images of each object which are not included in the sample set are shown in Table 1.
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