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A study in pattern recognition: The optical interaction of masks and targets

1 May 1994


This paper explores a new process that may be utilized in pattern recognition. By using masks and targets, we were able to photograph convolutions without the use of lenses. These convolutions were unique and we believe by employing them in pattern recognition devices in the future that pattern recognition will be improved.


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