Publications Listing

Below is a collection of links to various publications that have arisen from work done in the Imaging Laboratory.

Refereed Conference Publications

Unrefereed Conference Publications

Journal Publications

Books and Book Chapters

Work in Progress

Below is a list of papers. As time permits, the pdf versions of these papers will be posted

  1. Karthik Krish, Stuart Heinrich, Wesley E. Snyder, Halil Cakir, Siamak Khorram, “Global Registration of Overlapping Images Using Accumulative Image Features” Pattern Recognition Letters, Vol. 31, No. 2,  Jan. 15, 2010.
  2. C. G. Chang, W. E. Snyder, C. Wang, "Secure target localization in sensor networks using relaxation labeling", International Journal of Sensor Networks, Vol 4, no 3, 2008
  3. L. Miao, H. Qi, R. Ramanath,  W.Snyder, “Binary tree-based generic demosaicking algorithm for multispectral filter arrays," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, October, 2006.
  4. H. Qi, P. T. Kuruganti, W. E. Snyder, "Detecting breast cancer from thermal infrared images by asymmetry analysis," Biomedical Engineering Handbook, 3rd Ed. Infrared Imaging Section. Editor: Nicholas A. Diakides. CRC Press, 2006.
  5. R. Ramanath, W. Snyder, M. Drew, Y. Yoo, “Color Image Processing Pipeline in Digital Color Cameras,” IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, special issue on Digital Color Imaging; Oct. 2004.
  6. B. Karacali, W. Snyder, “Noise Reduction in Surface Reconstruction from a Given Gradient Field,” International Journal of Computer Vision, 60(1) October, 2004.
  7. B. Karacali, R. Ramanath, W. Snyder, “A Comparative Analysis of Structural Risk Minimization by Support Vector Machines and Nearest Neighbor Rule,”” Pattern Recognition Letters, vol 25, no 1, pp 63-71, 2004.
  8. R. Ramanath, R. Kuehni, W. Snyder, and D. Hinks, “Spectral Spaces and Color Spaces,” Color Research and Applications, Vol 29, no1, January, 2004.
  9. R. Ramanath and W. E. Snyder, “Color Artifact Reduction in Digital Still Color Cameras,” invited paper, IS&T Reporter, Jan. 2004.
  10. R. Ramanath, W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, “Demosaicking Methods for Bayer Color Arrays,” Journal of Electronic Imaging, 11(3) July, 2002.
  11. R. Ramanath, W. Snyder, “Adaptive Demosaicking” Journal of Electronic Imaging, Vol 12, no 4, pp 633-642, 2003.
  12. H. Yuan, S. Khorram, X. Dai, and W. Snyder, “Development and Evaluation of Land- use/Land-cover Classification Systems Using Simulated Annealing”, Submitted to IEEE Transactions on Geosciences and Remote Sensing.
  13. O. Boric-Lubecke, Y. Nikawa, W. Snyder, J. Lin, K. Mizuno, “Novel Microwave and Millimeter-wave Biomedical Applications,” Electronics (Republic of Srpska, Bosnia, and Herzegovina), vol. 3, no 2, Dec. 1999.
  14. H. Qi, W. E. Snyder, D. Marchette, “An efficient approach to segment man-made targets from unmanned aerial vehicle imagery”, Optical Engineering, May, 2000.
  15. W. Snyder, H. Qi, R. Elliot, J. Head, C. Wang, “Increasing the Effective Resolution of Thermal Infrared Images”, IEEE EMBS Magazine. June, 2000.
  16. Qi, H., Snyder WE, “Content-based image retrieval in picture archiving and communications systems”. Journal of Digital Imaging, 12(2): 81-83, Suppl 1, May 1999.
  17. Xialong Dai, W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, R. Williams, and R. Cowan, “Left-Ventricle Boundary Detection from Nuclear Medicine Images” Journal of Digital Imaging, Feb, 1998.
  18. C. Wang, W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, “Performance Evaluation of Filtered Backprojection Reconstruction and Iterative Reconstruction methods for PET Images”, Computers in Medicine and Biology, 9(3) Nov, 1998.
  19. Y. Han, G. Bilbro, W. Snyder, “Edge-preserving Smoothing Using Adaptive Mean Field Annealing”, Computers in Medicine and Biology.
  20. Y. Han, W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, “Discontinuity-Preserving Vector Smoothing of Multivariate MR Images using Vector Mean Field Annealing”, Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, 9:3, 1998
  21. W. Snyder, Y. Han, G. Bilbro, R. Whitaker, S. Pizer, “Image Relaxation: Restoration and Feature Extraction”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence -- June, 1995.
  22. S. J. Garnier, G. L. Bilbro, J. W. Gault, W. E. Snyder, “The Effects of Various Basis Image Priors on MR Image MAP Restorations”, Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, vol 5, 1995
  23. Garnier, Bilbro, Gault, Snyder, “Magnetic Resonance Image Restoration”, Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, vol 5, 1995.
  24. D. Herrington, M. Van Horn, Y. Zhu, T. Young, W. Snyder, and G. Braden, “Automated catheter motion compensation improves 2-D intracoronary ultrasound imaging”, Circulation 1994.
  25. S. Garnier, G. Bilbro, W. Snyder, and J. Gault, Noise Removal from Multiple MRI Images, Journal of Digital Imaging, December, 1994
  26. Sohn, Kwanghoon, Alexander, Winser, Kim, J., and Snyder, Wesley, “A Constrained Regularization Approach to Robust Corner Detection”, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Vol 24, No 5, May, 1994.
  27. Snyder, Hsiao, Boone, Hudacko, and Groshong, “Closing Gaps in Edges and Surfaces”, Image and Vision Computing. Oct, 1992.
  28. B. Groshong, G. Bilbro, and W. Snyder, Eddy Current Image Restoration by Constrained Gradient Descent”, Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, Vol. 10, No. 4, 1992.
  29. I. Abdelqader, S. Rajala, W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, “Energy Minimization Approach to Motion Estimation using Mean Field Annealing”, Signal Processing, 28(3), Sept. 1992.
  30. Snyder, W., Hsiao, ML, “Restoration of Ultrasonic NDE Images”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 40(3), April 1993.
  31. W. Snyder, A. Logenthiran, P. Santago, K. Link, G. Bilbro, and S. Rajala, “Segmentation of Magnetic Resonance Images using Mean Field Annealing”, Image and Vision Computing, 10(6) July/August, 1992.
  32. G. Bilbro, W. Snyder, S. Garnier, and J. Gault, “Mean Field Annealing, a formalism for Constructing GNC-like algorithms,” IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 3(1), Jan., 1992.
  33. B. Groshong, G. Bilbro, W. Snyder, “An Eddy Current Transducer Model for Image Restoration,” Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 10(2), Dec. 1991.
  34. G. Bilbro and W. Snyder, “Optimization of Functions with Many Minima”, IEEE Transactions on SMC, 21(4), July/August, 1991.
  35. Snyder, Hsiao, Overton, and Boone, “Circuit Board Inspection Using a Range Camera”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 38(2). pp. 142-149, April 1991,
  36.  G. Bilbro, W. Snyder, and R. Mann, “Mean Field Approximation Minimizes Relative Entropy”, in Journal of the Optical Society of America A., 8(2), Feb. 1991.
  37.  W. Snyder, G. Bilbro, A. Logenthiran, and S. Rajala, “Optimal Thresholding, A New Approach”, Pattern Recognition Letters, 11(11) November 1990.
  38.  G. Bilbro and W. Snyder, “Mean Field Annealing, an Application to Image Noise Removal”, in Journal of Neural Network Computing, Fall, 1990
  39. K. Arbter, W. Snyder, H. Burkhardt, and G. Hirzinger, “Application of Affine-invariant Fourier Descriptors to Recognition of 3-D Objects”, IEEE Trans PAMI 12(7) July 1990.
  40. Van den Bout, Franzon, Paulos, Miller, Snyder, Nagle, and Liu, “Scalable VLSI Implementations for Feed-Forward and Recurrent Neural Networks”, Journal of VLSI Signal Processing, December, 1989.
  41. Hiriyannaiah, Bilbro, and Snyder, “Restoration of Locally Homogeneous Images using Mean Field Annealing”, Journal of the Optical Society of America-A. 6(12), December, 1989.
  42. Yang, Snyder, and Bilbro, “Matching Oversegmented 3-D Images to Models using Association Graphs”, The International Journal of Image and Vision Computing, May, 1989.
  43. Snyder and Cowart, “An Iterative Approach to Region Growing Using Associative Memories”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, May, 1983
  44. Cowart, Snyder, and Ruedger, “The Detection of Unresolved Targets Using the Hough Transform”, Computer Graphics and Image Processing, December, 1982.
  45. Rajala, Riddle, and Snyder, “Application of the One-dimensional Fourier Transform for Tracking Moving Objects in Noisy Environments”, Computer Graphics and Image Processing, December, 1982.
  46.  Snyder and Savage, “Content-Addressable Read-Write Memories for Image Analysis”, IEEE Transactions on Computers, October, 1982.
  47. Snyder and Schott, “Using Optical Shaft Encoders”, Robotics Age, 1980.
  48.  Snyder and Tang, “Finding the Extrema of a Region”, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 1980.
  49. Gruver, Hedges, and Snyder, “Decentralized Minimum Energy Control and Coordination of Large Scale Linear Systems”, Optimal Control Applications and Methods, Vol. 1, 1980.
  50.  Snyder, “Microprocessor-based Path Control”, Robotics Age, 1980.
  51. Snyder and St. Clair, “Use of Conductive Elastomers for Computer Sensing of Touch”, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, March, 1978.
  52.  Chien and Snyder, “Hardware for Visual Image Processing”, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems CAS-22, No. 6, June, 1975.
  53.  Gault and Snyder, “A Microprocessor-based Control Experiment”, IEEE Transactions on Education, E-21, No. 4, 1978
  54. REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

    1. Rachana Gupta, Wesley Snyder, “Detection of Multiple Preceeding Cars in Busy Traffic using Taillights”, International Conference on Image Analysis and Recognition, Burnaby, BC, Canada, June, 2011.
    2. Amit Bhatia and Wesley Snyder, “Pattern Recognition by Cluster Accumuation,” IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV 2010), June 2010, San Diego, CA.
    3. Amit Bhatia and Wesley Snyder, “Stacked Integral Image,” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Anchorage, May, 2010.
    4. Rachana Gupta,  Wesley Snyder, and Shepherd Pitts,  “Concurrent Visual Multiple Lane Detetion for Autonomous Vehicles,” IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Anchorage, May, 2010.
    5. Karthik Krish and Wesley Snyder , “A New Accumulator-based Approach to Shape Recognition”, International Symposium on Visual Computing, Las Vegas, December, 2008.
    6. Chih-Chieh Geoff Chang, Wesley E. Snyder and Cliff Wang, "A New Relaxation Labeling Architecture for Secure Localization in Sensor Networks", in proceedings International Communication Conference,  Glasgow, June 2007.
    7. Chih-Chieh Geoff Chang, Wesley E. Snyder and Cliff Wang, "Secure Tracking in Sensor Networks", in proceedings International Communication Conference,  Glasgow, June 2007.
    8. Chih-Chieh Geoff Chang, Wesley E. Snyder and Cliff Wang, "Robust localization of multiple events in sensor networks", in proceedings IEEE International Conference on Sensor networks, Ubiquitous and Trust-worthy Computing, Taiwan, June 2006.
    9. Chih-Chieh Geoff Chang, Wesley E. Snyder and Cliff Wang, "Robust localization of multiple events in sensor networks", in proceedings IEEE International Conference on Sensor networks, Ubiquitous and Trust-worthy Computing, Taiwan, June 2006.
    10. Chih-Chieh Geoff Chang, Wesley E. Snyder and Cliff Wang, "A new relaxation labeling architecture for secure location estimation in sensor networks", Submitted to: proceedings IEEE International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Systems, October, 2006
    11. C. Lee, W. Snyder, and C. Wang, “Design and Simulation of a Smart Sensor Network” MILCOM,  Atlantic City, October, 2005.
    12. C. Lee, W. Snyder, and C. Wang, “Supervised Multispectral Image Segmentation Using Active Contours,” International Conference on Automation and Robotics, Barcelona, April, 2005.
    13. Lidan Miao, Hairong Qi, Wesley E. Snyder, “A Generic Method for Generating Multi-spectral Filter Arrays,” International Conference on Image Processing, Singapore, October, 2004.R. Ramanath and
    14. W. E. Snyder, “Noise Equivalent Dimensions in Eigenspaces, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, April, 2004.
    15. R. Ramanath, W. E. Snyder and H. Qi, “Mosaic multispectral focal plane array cameras,” SPIE Defense and Security Symposium, 2004.
    16. C. Lee, W. Snyder, "Hyper Spectral Image Segmentation using Active Contours," SPIE Defense and Security Symposium 2004, April 12-16, Orlando, Florida.
    17. R. Ramanath, W. E. Snyder, and H. Qi, “Eigenviews for Object Recognition in Multispectral Imaging Systems,” Proceedings AIPR workshop, pp. 33-38, 2003.H. Du, H. Qi, X. Wang, R. Ramanath and
    18. W.E. Snyder, “Band Selection using Independent Component Analysis for Hyperspectral Image Processing,” Proceedings AIPR workshop, pp. 93-98, 2003.
    19. R. Ramanath and W. Snyder, “Demosaicking as a Bilateral Filtering Process” SPIE Vol 4667, Electronic Imaging, San Jose, CA, Jan., 2002.
    20. R. Ramanath and W. Snyder, D. Hinks, “Image Comparison Measure for Digital Still Color Cameras,” IEEE International Conf. on Image Processing, Rochester, NY, Sept, 2002.
    21. D. Honea and W. Snyder, “Active Contours Using Potential Fields” International Conf. on Pattern Recognition, Quebec, August, 2002.
    22. B. Karacali and W. Snyder, “Partial Integrability in Surface Reconstruction from a Given Gradient Field,” IEEE International Conf. on Image Processing, Rochester, NY, Sept, 2002
    23. W. Snyder and B. Karacali, “On-the-fly Multispectral Automatic Target Detection,” Combat Identification Systems Conference, Colorado Springs, June 2002.
    24. H. Qi, W. E. Snyder, “Conditioning analysis of missing data estimation for large sensor arrays”, CVPR 2000, Hilton Head, SC, June, 2000.
    25. H. Qi, W. E. Snyder, “Image correction and fusion for large-area CCD sensor arrays”, Accepted for ICPR 2000, Barcelona (withdrawn for lack of travel funds).
    26. H. Qi, W. E. Snyder, J. F. Head, R. L. Elliott, “Detecting Breast Cancer from Infrared Images by Asymmetry Analysis”, EMBS 2000.
    27. M. Dagtekin, W. E. Snyder, High-speed video processing and display system, SPIE Medical Imaging, February, 2000.
    28. Honea, D., Snyder, W. “Three-dimensional active surface approach to lymph node segmentation”, SPIE Medical Imaging, San Diego, February, 1999. San Diego, February, 1999.
    29. Boric-Lubecke, O., Nikawa, Y., Snyder, W., and Mizuno, K., “Skin Properties at Millimeter Waves”, 1998 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference, Yokohama, Japan, December, 1998
    30. Hairong Qi, Wesley Snyder, Griff Bilbro, “Missing data estimation by separable deblurring”, Proceedings for the IEEE Symposia on Intelligence and Systems, May, 1998.
    31. Hairong Qi, Wesley Snyder, Griff Bilbro, “Using mean field annealing to solve anisotropic diffusion problems”, IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, v3, 1997, p 352-355.
    32. Hairong Qi, Griff L. Bilbro, Wesley E. Snyder, “Comparison of Mean Field Annealing and Multiresolution Analysis in Missing Data Estimation”, to appear in The Third Asia Conference on Computer Vision, January, 1998 (this paper was accepted, but withdrawn, since neither author could travel to present the paper).
    33. D.M. Honea, Y. Ge, W.E. Snyder, P.F. Hemler, D.J.Vining, “Lymph Node Segmentation Using Active Contours,”, SPIE 3034: Medical Imaging 1997 - Image Segmentation, Newport Beach, CA, 1997.
    34. J. A. Janet, S. M. Scoggins, S. M. Schultz, W. E. Snyder, M. W. White and J. C. Sutton, III, ``Shocking: An Approach to Stabilize Backprop Training with Greedy Adaptive Learning Rates,” in Proceedings of 1998 IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, Anchorage, Alaska, May, 1998.
    35. Janet, Scoggins, White, Sutton, Grant, and Snyder, “Using a Hyper-Ellipsoid Clustering Kohonen for Autonomous Mobile Robot Map Building, Place Recognition, and Motion Planning”, Proc. IEEE Int’l Conf on Neural Networks, Houston, June, 1997
    36. J. Janet, M. White, J. Sutton, W. Snyder, “Self-organizing Geometric Certainty Maps: A Compact and Multfunctional Approach to Map Building, Place Recognition, and Motion Planning” International Conference on Robotics and Automation, April, 97.
    37. J. Janet, S. Schudel, M. White, A. England, J. Sutton, and W. Snyder, “Two Mobile Robots Sharing Topographical Knowledge Generated by the Region-Feature Neural Network.” International Conference on Robotics and Automation, April, 97.
    38. J.A. Janet, D.S. Schudel, M.W. White, A.G. England and W.E. Snyder, “Global Self- Localization for Actual Mobile Robots: Generating and Sharing Topographical Knowledge Using the Region-Feature Neural Network”, Proc. 1996 IEEE/SICE/RSJ Int’l Conf. on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems, Washington, DC. Dec 8-11, 1996. pp. 619-626.
    39. W. Snyder, C. Wang, F. Wang, R. Elliot, J. Head, “Improving the Resolution of Infrared Images of the Breast”, 18th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Amsterdam, Nov. 1996.
    40. C. Wang and W. Snyder, “MAP Transmission Image Reconstruction via Mean Field Annealing for Segmented Attenuation Correction of PET Imaging” 17th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Montreal, Sept. 1995.
    41. C. Wang and W. Snyder, “Frequency Characteristic Study Of Filtered-Backprojection Reconstruction And Maximum Reconstruction For Pet Images”, 17th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Montreal, Sept. 1995
    42. C. Wang, P. Chen, W. Snyder, “Left Ventricle Quantification in Gated Cardiac Images using Bayesian Classification”, 16th annual IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Baltimore, Nov. 1994.
    43. D. Herrington, M. Van Horn, Y. Zhu, T. Young, W. Snyder, and G. Braden, “Automated Catheter Motion Compensation Improves 2D Intracoronary Ultrasound Imaging”, American Heart Association 67th Scientific Session, Nov 94
    44. B. Sayyarrodsari, A. Homaifar, and W. Snyder, “A Theoretical Justification for Nonlinear Control Property of a Class of Fuzzy Logic Controllers,” World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Orlando, June, 1994.
    45. Abdelqader, I., Rajala, S., and Snyder, W., “Motion Estimation From Noisy image Data,” International Conference on Acoustic Speech and Signal Processing, Minneapolis, MN, April, 1993.
    46. Snyder, “A Unified Theory of Edge-preserving Smoothing”, International Conference on Neural Networks, Brighton, UK, September, 1992.
    47. K. Sohn, W. Alexander, J. Kim, Y. Kim, W. Snyder “Curvature Estimation and Unique Corner Point Detection for Boundary Representation”, IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, May, 1992.
    48. Rajala, S., Abdelqader, I., Bilbro, G., and Snyder, W., “Motion Estimation Optimization,” International Conference on Acoustic Speech and Signal Processing, San Francisco, CA, March, 1992.
    49. W. Snyder, P. Santago, A. Logenthiran, K. Link, G. Bilbro, S. Rajala: “Segmentation of Magnetic Resonance Images using Mean Field Annealing,” XII International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging, Kent, England, July 7-11, 1991.
    50. Mann, Jones, Beckerman, Glover, Farkas, Bilbro, and Snyder, “Multi-Sensor Integration for Autonomous Robots in Nuclear Power Plants” Int. Conference on Robotics and Automation, Scottsdale, Arizona, May, 1989.
    51. Bilbro and Snyder, “Fusion of Range and Luminance Data” IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Control, Arlington, August, 1988.
    52.  Snyder, Overton, and Hemler, “Industrial Application of 3-D Vision,” Invited Paper, Fifth International Conference and Exposition on Electronic Imaging, 1988.
    53.  Bilbro and Snyder, “A System to Recognize Objects in 3-D Images,” Applications of Artificial Intelligence III, Orlando, Florida, March, 1986.
    54. Bilbro, Snyder, and Hemler, “Recognition of Objects in Range Images,” World Conference on Robotics Research, Scottsdale, Arizona, August, 1986.
    55. Snyder and Bilbro, “Segmentation of Range Images,” Int. Conference on Robotics and Automation, St. Louis, March, 1985.
    56. J. Franke and W. Snyder, “Determination of Part Pose with Unconstrained Moving Lighting,” International Conference on Robotics, Atlanta, March, 1984.
    57.  Groves, Rajala, and Snyder, “Calculation of Displacement Fields by Means of the Motion Detection Transform,” ICASSP, 1984.
    58. Snyder, “3-D Image Segmentation,” Joint US/Sweden Workshop on Robot Vision, Stockholm, May, 1984.
    59. N. Page, W. Snyder, and S. Rajala, “Turbine Blade Image Processing System,” International Meeting on Advanced Software for Robotics, Liege, Belgium, May 1983.
    60.  Russel, Rajala, and Snyder, “Design of a High Speed Trig Function Chip”, 1982 IEEE ISCAS, Rome, May 1982.
    61.  Snyder and Hirzinger, “Using Parallel Computational Structures for Motion Detection and Attention Directing: Some Initial Experiments”, Workshop on Computer Architecture for Pattern Analysis and Image Data Base Management, Hot Springs, Virginia, 1982.
    62.  Croughwell, Snyder, and Rajala, “Using Image Motion to Refine Stereopsis”, ICPR, Munich, October, 1982.
    63. Tang, Snyder, and Rajala, “Extraction of Moving Objects in Structured Dynamic Scenes”, ICPR, Munich, October, 1982 (also in PRIP, Las Vegas, June, 1982).
    64.  Gruver, Snyder, and Hedges, “Hierarchical Control of Large Scale Linear Systems with Application to Robotics”, IFAC Workshop on Control Application of Non-linear Programming, June, 1979; Pergammon Press, 1980.
    65.  Snyder and Hirzinger, “Techniques for Processing Time-varying Images”, International Computer Technology Conference, San Francisco, August, 1980.
    66.  Rajala and Snyder, “Image Modeling, the Continuity Assumption and Tracking” International Pattern Recognition Conference, Miami, December, 1980.
    67.  Snyder and Cowart, “A Non-recursive Approach to Region Growing”, ICPR, Miami, 1980.
    68.  Snyder and Tang, “Optimal Computation of Image Gradients Using Eigenvector Methods on 3x3 Neighborhoods”, ICPR, Miami, 1980.
    69. Hirzinger, Landzettle, and Snyder, “The DFVLR TV-tracker”, ICPR, Miami, 1980.
    70.  Snyder, Reece, and Benz, “Multispectral Classification Using Charge Transfer Devices”, AIAA Smart Sensors Conference, Langley Research Center, 1978.
    71. Snyder, Husson, and Benz, “Satellite Pattern Classification using Charge Transfer Devices”, IEEE Conference on Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, Chicago, 1979.
    72. Chien and Snyder, “Visual Understanding of Hybrid Circuits via Procedural Models”, Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, September, 1975.

 

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