Volume 18, Number 1, January 1997
: Another look at the dominant point detection of digital curves.
Alan M. N. Fu
, Hong Yan
: Effective classification of planar shapes based on curve segment properties.
Volume 18, Number 2, February 1997
, Lajos Hanzo
: Block-run run-length coding of handwriting and bilevel graphics based on quadtree segmentation.
Volume 18, Number 3, March 1997
Leonid I. Perlovsky
: Cramer-Rao bound for tracking in clutter and tracking multiple objects.
Volume 18, Number 4, April 1997
Volume 18, Number 5, May 1997
: Operations on binary images encoded as minimized Boolean functions.
: Corrigenda to "On Hausdorff-like metrics for fuzzy sets" [Pattern Recognition Lettes Vol. 18, (1997) 115-118].
Volume 18, Number 6, June 1997
, Kawon Kim
, Jin H. Kim
: Optimal approximation of discrete probability distribution with kth-order dependency and its application to combining multiple classifiers.
: Optimal matching of closed contours with line segments and arcs.
: On the topological representation of line drawings.
Volume 18, Number 7, July 1997
Peter W. M. Tsang
: A genetic algorithm for affine invariant recognition of object shapes from broken boundaries.
Volume 18, Number 8, August 1997
: On a relation between graph edit distance and maximum common subgraph.
Volume 18, Number 9, September 1997
Jesper Ø. Olsen
: A two-stage procedure for phone based speaker verification.
Volume 18, Number 10, October 1997
: A strategy for repetitive neighbor finding in images represented by quadtrees.
Yu Jin Zhang
: Evaluation and comparison of different segmentation algorithms.
: A simplified approach to the HMM based texture analysis and its application to document segmentation.
: Hierarchical representation of 2-D shapes using convex polygons: A morphological approach.
Volume 18, Number 11-13, November 1997
Victor L. Brailovsky
: An approach to form recognition based on non-linear projections, search and optimization.
: Bayesian Ying-Yang machine, clustering and number of clusters.
, Josef Kittler
: A comparison of colour texture attributes selected by statistical feature selection and neural network methods.
: Belief networks, hidden Markov models, and Markov random fields: A unifying view.
: Texture recognition using a superfast cellular neural network VLSI chip in a real experimental environment.
: A comparison of clustering algorithms applied to color image quantization.
Volume 18, Number 14, December 1997
, Jenny Benois-Pineau
: Detection of human faces in color image sequences with arbitrary motions for very low bit-rate videophone coding.