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Optical pattern recognition algorithms on neural-logic equivalent models and demonstration of their prospects and possible implementations
Author(s): Vladimir G. Krasilenko; Alexander I. Nikolsky; Alexandr V. Zaitsev; Victor M. Voloshin
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Paper Abstract

Historic information regarding the appearance and creation of fundamentals of algebra-logical apparatus-`equivalental algebra' for description of neuro-nets paradigms and algorithms is considered which is unification of theory of neuron nets (NN), linear algebra and the most generalized neuro-biology extended for matrix case. A survey is given of `equivalental models' of neuron nets and associative memory is suggested new, modified matrix-tenzor neurological equivalental models (MTNLEMS) are offered with double adaptive-equivalental weighing (DAEW) for spatial-non- invariant recognition (SNIR) and space-invariant recognition (SIR) of 2D images (patterns). It is shown, that MTNLEMS DAEW are the most generalized, they can describe the processes in NN both within the frames of known paradigms and within new `equivalental' paradigm of non-interaction type, and the computing process in NN under using the offered MTNLEMs DAEW is reduced to two-step and multi-step algorithms and step-by-step matrix-tenzor procedures (for SNIR) and procedures of defining of space-dependent equivalental functions from two images (for SIR).

Paper Details

Date Published: 20 March 2001
PDF: 14 pages
Proc. SPIE 4387, Optical Pattern Recognition XII, (20 March 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.421146
Show Author Affiliations
Vladimir G. Krasilenko, Collective Scientific-Industrial Venture Injector (Ukraine)
Alexander I. Nikolsky, Vinnitsa State Technical Univ. (Ukraine)
Alexandr V. Zaitsev, Vinnitsa State Technical Univ. (Ukraine)
Victor M. Voloshin, Vinnitsa State Technical Univ. (Ukraine)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4387:
Optical Pattern Recognition XII
David P. Casasent; Tien-Hsin Chao, Editor(s)

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