Pyramidal Architectures for Computer Vision

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Plenum Press, 1994 - Computers - 335 pages
Explains how to deal with the vast quantity of data required for computer vision by starting with a low spatial resolution (and therefore a small amount of data) and proceeding through successive refinements to the final verification of the results at the highest resolution available. Provides the g

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