Issue No. 05 - May (1976 vol. 9)
Y.T. Chien , University of Connecticut
Pattern recognition is not a new subject. Its principles and methodologies have influenced the course of technological development for many years in almost every knowledge-based field. To some fields, pattern recognition is a major tool for problem- solving, capable of producing dramatic results. To others, it has been accompanied by failure and disappointment. Despite the mixed results, however, pattern recognition has continued to be a fascinating field of research and development in its own right. This is evidenced by the growing list of activities, academic and industrial alike, relating to pattern recognition work.
Y. Chien, "Interactive Pattern Recognition: Techniques and Systems," in Computer, vol. 9, no. , pp. 11-25, 1976.