Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence: First International Conference, PReMI 2005, Kolkata, India, December 20-22, 2005, Proceedings

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 9, 2005 - Computers - 808 pages
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CSCR, which is the ?rst nationalcenter in the countryin this domain, has many important objectives including distance learning, establishing linkage to premier institutes/industries, organizing specialized courses, as well as conducting f- damental research. The conference proceedings of PReMI-05, containing rigorouslyreviewed - pers, is published by Springer in its prestigious Lecture Notes in Computer S- ence (LNCS) series. Di?erent professional sponsors and funding agencies (both national and international) came forward to support this event for its success. These include, International Association of Pattern Recognition (IAPR); Web IntelligenceConsortium(WIC); Institute ofElectricalandElectronics Engine- ing (IEEE): International Center for Pure and Applied Mathematics (CIMPA), France;Webel, GovernmentofWestBengalITCompany;DepartmentofScience & Technology (DST), India; Council of Scienti?c & Industrial Research (CSIR), India.Toencourageparticipationofbrightstudentsandyoungresearchers, some fellowships were provided. I believe the participants found PReMI-05 an academically memorable and intellectually stimulating event. It enabled young researchers to interact and establish contacts with well-known experts in the ?eld I hope that you have all enjoyed staying in Calcutta (now Kolkata), the city of Joy.
 

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Contents

Keynote Papers
1
Rough Sets in PerceptionBased Computing
21
Human Activity Recognition
39
Geometric Decision Rules for InstanceBased Learning Problems
60
A Paradigm Based on Learning
80
Towards Generic Pattern Mining
91
Multiaspect Data Analysis in Brain Informatics
98
Algorithm Analysis
108
A Chosen Plaintext Steganalysis of Hide4PGP V 2 0
459
A Comparative Study of Different Texture Segmentation Techniques
477
An Information Hiding Framework for Lightweight Mobile Devices with
491
Applications of the Discrete Hodge Helmholtz Decomposition to Image
497
A Novel CAM for the Luminance Levels in the Same Chromaticity
503
Estimation of 2D Motion Trajectories from Video Object Planes
509
3D Facial Pose Tracking in Uncalibrated Videos
515
Fusing Depth and Video Using RaoBlackwellized Particle Filter
521

Illumination Invariant Face Alignment Using Multiband Active
118
Globally Optimal 3D Image Reconstruction and Segmentation
128
Go Digital Go Fuzzy
137
A Novel Personal Authentication System Using Palmprint Technology
147
World Wide Wisdom Web W4 and Autonomy Oriented Computing
157
Contributory Papers
170
Anomaly Detection in a Multiengine Aircraft
176
Linear Regression for Dimensionality Reduction and Classification
193
Unsupervised Classification of Remote Sensing Data Using Graph
206
Classification
222
Handwritten Bangla Digit Recognition Using Classifier Combination
236
Arrhythmia Classification Using Local H÷lder Exponents and Support
242
A Voltage Sag Pattern Classification Technique
248
Face Recognition Using Topological Manifolds Learning
254
A ContextSensitive Technique Based on Support Vector Machines
260
Face Recognition Technique Using Symbolic PCA Method
266
A Hybrid Approach to Speaker Recognition in Multispeaker
272
Neural Networks and Applications
280
Recurrent Neural Approaches for Power Transformers Thermal Modeling
287
Parallel and Parameterized
294
Neuronal Clustering of Brain fMRI Images
300
An Optimum RBF Network for Signal Detection in NonGaussian
306
Development of an Adaptive Fuzzy Logic Based Control Law for
325
FuzzySymbolic Analysis for Classification of Symbolic Data
338
Intelligent Learning Rules for Fuzzy Control of a Vibrating Screen
356
Fuzzy Proximal Support Vector Classification Via Generalized
360
Systematically Evolving Configuration Parameters for Computational
376
The Linear Factorial Smoothing for the Analysis of Incomplete Data
395
An Evolutionary SPDE BreedingBased Hybrid Particle Swarm
413
The Phase Connection
422
Signal Processing for Digital Image Enhancement Considering APL
441
Specifying Spatio Temporal Relations for Multimedia Ontologies
527
Motion Estimation of Elastic Articulated Objects from Image Points
533
Image Retrieval and Data Mining
544
Image Retrieval by Content Using Segmentation Approach
551
A Wavelet Based Image Retrieval
557
Use of Contourlets for Image Retrieval
563
Finding Locally and Periodically Frequent Sets and Periodic Association
576
DensityBased View Materialization
589
Bioinformatics Application
605
Genetic Algorithm for Double Digest Problem
623
A Lookahead Approach
636
DNA Gene Expression Classification with Ensemble Classifiers
649
An Automatic Approach to Classify Web Documents Using a Domain
666
Incorporating Distance Domination in Multiobjective Evolutionary
684
Simultaneous Multiobjective Multiple Route Selection Using Genetic
696
Rough Sets CaseBased Reasoning and Knowledge
702
Divisible Rough Sets Based on Selforganizing Maps
708
Parallel Island Model for Attribute Reduction Mohammad M Rahman Dominik Slezak Jakub Wrˇblewski
714
OnLine Elimination of Nonrelevant Parts of Complex Objects
720
Rough Contraction Through Partial Meets
726
Finding Interesting Rules Exploiting Rough Memberships
732
Probability Measures for Prediction in Multitable Infomation Systems
738
Object Extraction in GrayScale Images by Optimizing Roughness
744
Approximation Spaces in Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition
750
A Rough SetBased Magnetic Resonance Imaging Partial Volume
756
Eliciting Domain Knowledge in Handwritten Digit Recognition
762
Collaborative Rough Clustering
768
Learning of General Cases
774
Rough Set Feature Selection Methods for CaseBased Categorization
792
Author Index
805
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SANKAR K. PAL, PhD, is a Distinguished Scientist and founding head of the Machine Intelligence Unit at the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta. Professor Pal holds several PhDs and is a Fellow of the IEEE and IAPR.

SIMON C. K. SHIU, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Computing at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.