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1 April 1992 Highly automated nonparametric statistical learning for autonomous target recognition
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Image pattern recognition is presented as three sequential tasks: feature extraction, object plausibility estimation (determining class likelihoods), and decision processing. Several data- driven techniques yield discriminant functions to produce object plausibility estimates from image features, including traditional statistical methods and neural network approaches. A statistical learning algorithm which integrates multiple-regression algorithms, functional networking strategies, and a statistical modeling criterion is presented. It provides a non- parametric learning algorithm for the synthesis of discriminant functions. Image understanding tasks such as object plausibility estimation require robust modeling techniques to deal with the uncertainty prevalent in real-world data. Specifically, these complex tasks require robust and cost-effective techniques to successfully integrate multi-source information. AbTech and others have shown that implementation of the statistical learning concepts discussed provide a modeling approach ideal for information fusion tasks such as autonomous object recognition for tactical targets and space-based assets. The results of using this approach to develop a prototype aircraft recognition system is presented.
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Keith C. Drake "Highly automated nonparametric statistical learning for autonomous target recognition", Proc. SPIE 1623, The 20th AIPR Workshop: Computer Vision Applications: Meeting the Challenges, (1 April 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58068
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