- Analysis of images
- Image interpretation
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- found: Work cat.: 98-20454: Noblesse Workshop on Non-linear Model Based Image Analysis: proceedings, NMBIA, 1-3 July 1998, Glasgow, c1998.
- found: 97-222761: Beddow, John K. Image analysis source book, c1997: Forward ("images are created using a variety of techniques including photographic, scanning laser beams, and scanning electron microscopes ... image analysis can be performed on any type of image, the higher the image quality the more extensive and the better the resulting information. Therefore the first step required to perform useful image analysis is to grab an image and process that image to an acceptable level of clarity and accuracy. The important features of the image can then be characterized analytically to produce data that may be interpreted with or without statistical, graphical or other mathematical methods.)
- found: New IEEE Std. dict. of electrical and electronics terms, c1993: pg. 617 (Image analysis: The process of describing or evaluating an image in terms of its parts, properties, and relationships.)
- found: ASTI: vol. 83, No. 8, pg. 443, under heading Image analysis.
- found: LC database May 6, 1998 (Image analysis, Image interpretation, Computer-assisted (DNLM))
- notfound: Web. 3
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