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Once the human vision system has seen a 3D object from a few different viewpoints, depending on the nature of the object, it can generally recognize that object from new arbitrary viewpoints. This useful interpolative skill relies on the highly complex pattern matching systems in the human brain, but the general idea can be applied to a computer vi...

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... the distance between the cluster center w i and input ρ ij increases, A ij approaches zero, thus reducing the contribution of data that is far from the cluster center of the class. Figures 3 and 4 show an example of scaling on a simple fuzzy membership function. ...

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