Report No. 184, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.,June 15, 1965; 44 pages, illustrations, references.
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Keywords: history of computing at university of illinois, 1960s computers, computer graphics in the 1960s, local recognition of visual patterns, digitized pictures in the 1960s, Experimental Results for Local Filtering of Digitized Pictures, yamada and fornana
Item DescriptionContents include Labeling; noise cleaning; Reconnection; Extraction of Features; more
'The purpose of this paper is to investigate a general plan for the local recognition of visual patterns... Programs to test the filtering theory were written in PA, a parallel processing language written for the IBM 7094-1401 System at the University of Illinois; portions have been written in SCATRE, the assembly language for that system...' (from the Introduction).