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Unified synthetic discriminant function computational formulation

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Abstract

A most attractive approach to distortion-invariant pattern recognition uses a synthetic discriminant function (SDF) as the matched spatial filter in a correlator. In this paper, we (1) provide a general basis function and hyperspace description of SDFs, (2) advance a derivation showing the generality of the correlation matrix observation space that we use in our filter synthesis, and (3) detail a unified SDF filter synthesis technique for five different types of pattern recognition problem.

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