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Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers
In many conventional image recognition methods, distances among pixels are rarely taken into consideration explicitly because images are processed in the form of vectors. Then the nunber of connection among pixels is in direct proportion to that squared of pixels. It is thought that this problem may be got over by reducing connections among distant pixels, for correlations among neighboring pixels are larger than among distant pixels in general images. This idea is realized by methods based ondoi:10.9746/sicetr1965.32.1544 fatcat:q2zs6ysrprgsfpdaj7lkc366tu