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Pattern recognition by spatial frequency filtering by S. Lowenthal

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Published by Ministry of Technology in Farnborough [Eng.] .
Written in English


  • Optical pattern recognition.

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Statementby S. Lowenthal [and] Y. Belvaux. [Translated by Barbara Crossland]
SeriesRoyal Aircraft Establishment. Library translation no. 1265
ContributionsBelvaux, Y., joint author.
LC ClassificationsTL507 .F3 no. 1265
The Physical Object
Pagination17, [6] p.
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5161007M
LC Control Number74506439

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