A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit

Braun E, Heidemann G, Ritter H, Sagerer G (1999)
Pattern Recognition Letters 20(11-13): 1085-1091.

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Recognition and description of complex objects require the representation and processing of various aspects and features. In the paper, we propose an architecture which combines the advantages of different paradigms. Voting and Bayesian networks enable an integrated approach for knowledge based and probabilistic reasoning. (C) 1999 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Braun E, Heidemann G, Ritter H, Sagerer G. A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit. Pattern Recognition Letters. 1999;20(11-13):1085-1091.
Braun, E., Heidemann, G., Ritter, H., & Sagerer, G. (1999). A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit. Pattern Recognition Letters, 20(11-13), 1085-1091.
Braun, E., Heidemann, G., Ritter, H., and Sagerer, G. (1999). A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit. Pattern Recognition Letters 20, 1085-1091.
Braun, E., et al., 1999. A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit. Pattern Recognition Letters, 20(11-13), p 1085-1091.
E. Braun, et al., “A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit”, Pattern Recognition Letters, vol. 20, 1999, pp. 1085-1091.
Braun, E., Heidemann, G., Ritter, H., Sagerer, G.: A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit. Pattern Recognition Letters. 20, 1085-1091 (1999).
Braun, Elke, Heidemann, Gunther, Ritter, Helge, and Sagerer, Gerhard. “A multi-directional multiple-path recognition scheme for complex objects applied to the domain of a wooden toy kit”. Pattern Recognition Letters 20.11-13 (1999): 1085-1091.
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