A Critical Evaluation of One of the Theoretical Approaches Used to Describe Pattern/Object Recognition
Pattern/object recognition is concerned with the processes involved in the identification of images and objects. This essentially involves taking information that enters the visual system and comparing this with information stored in memory, and finding a match. There are three approaches within pattern recognition; template and prototype theories, feature comparison theories and structural theories. The focus of this essay is feature comparison theories, their advantages and disadvantages and their overall success in pattern/object recognition.
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