Vol 3, No 1 (2008)
From Segmentation to Binarization of Gray-Level Images 1-13
For some gray-level images, the boundary between the foreground and the background is perceived in correspondence with the locally maximal changes in gray-level through the image.
JPRR Vol 3, No 1 (2008); doi:10.13176/11.54
Poetic Features for Poem Recognition: A Comparative Study 24-39
Poetry is a form of art that is used to express emotions and feelings. Humans can easily distinguish poetry without any sophisticated tools.
JPRR Vol 3, No 1 (2008); doi:10.13176/11.62
Pattern of Macroeconomic Indicators Preceding the End of an American Economic Recession 40-53
This study concerns the fields of economics and the dynamics of complex systems, specifically the process of recovery of American economy from recession.
JPRR Vol 3, No 1 (2008); doi:10.13176/11.106
Pattern Recognition Theory
The Invariant Relations of 3D to 2D Projection of Point Sets 14-23
The depth information is lost in the projection from a 3D object to a single 2D image and there are no geometric invariants of such a projection.
JPRR Vol 3, No 1 (2008); doi:10.13176/11.26
Fusion of 3D Appearance and 2D Shape Cues for Generic Object Recognition 54-69
This paper addresses the problem of generic object recognition from arbitrary viewpoints by modeling the perceptual capability of human beings.
JPRR Vol 3, No 1 (2008); doi:10.13176/11.40