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Object representation for object recognition

J. Ponce, R. Bajcsy, D. Metaxas, T. Binford, D. Forsyth, Martial Hebert, Katsushi Ikeuchi, A. Kak, L. Shapiro, S. Sclaroff, A. Pentland and G. Stockman
Conference Paper, Proc of IEEE conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, pp. 147-152, June, 1994

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Abstract

This paper discusses some representation issues and challenges involved in object recognition. It is intended as a step toward assessing current object representation schemes and proposing design and evaluation criteria for future ones.

BibTeX Reference
@conference{Ponce-1994-13720,
title = {Object representation for object recognition},
author = {J. Ponce and R. Bajcsy and D. Metaxas and T. Binford and D. Forsyth and Martial Hebert and Katsushi Ikeuchi and A. Kak and L. Shapiro and S. Sclaroff and A. Pentland and G. Stockman},
booktitle = {Proc of IEEE conf. on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition},
month = {June},
year = {1994},
pages = {147-152},
}
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