Foundations of Constraint Satisfaction PDF Print E-mail

Author: Edward Tsang

ISBN: 0-12-701610-4

This book is the most comprehensive book on the field of constraint satisfaction so far. It covers both the theoretical and the implementation aspects of the subject. It provides a framework for studying this field, relates different research, and resolves ambiguity in a number of concepts and algorithms in the literature. This book provides a solid foundation for researchers in this field. It is also an invaluable text for graduate and research level students in cognitive science and artificial intelligence.


Fundamentals of Computer Vision PDF Print E-mail

Author: Mubarak Shah

The book is introductory level. It covers the basic topics of computer vision, and introduces some fundamental approaches for computer vision research.


Intelligent Vision Systems for Industry PDF Print E-mail

Author: Bruce G. Batchelor and Paul F. Whelan

ISBN: 3-540-19969-1

Machine vision research and engineering has been discussed in a wide range of books and other forums. As a result, it often difficult for an author to find a fresh approach to the subject. The aim of this book is to look at the development of tools, techniques and systems that will enable vision engineers to design the next generation of industrial vision systems.


Introduction to Neural Networks with Java PDF Print E-mail

Author: Jeff Heaton

ISBN: 097732060X

Introduction to Neural Networks in Java introduces the Java programmer to the world of Neural Networks and Artificial Intelligence. Neural network architectures such as the feedforward backpropagation, Hopfield, and Kohonen networks are discussed. Additional AI topics, such as Genetic Algorithms and Simulated Annealing, are also introduced. Practical examples are given for each neural network.


Machine Interpretation of Line Drawings PDF Print E-mail

Author: Kokichi Sugihara

ISBN: 0262192543

This book presents a computational mechanism for the interpretation of line drawings by means of which a machine can extract three-dimensional object structures from their pictures drawn on a two-dimensional plane. From a theoretical point of view this book provides a typical example of making humanlike intelligence by a simple computational mechanism. From a practical point of view the results in this book can be applied to man-machine communication and robot vision.


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