Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach

Gianluigi Oliveri, Salvatore Gaglio, Gianluigi Oliveri, Agnese Augello, Giovanni Pilato, Salvatore Gaglio

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This paper aims at giving a contribution to the ongoing attemptto turn the theory of pattern-recognition into a rigorous science.In this article we address two problems which lie at the foundations ofpattern-recognition theory: (i) What is a pattern? and (ii) How do wecome to know patterns? In so doing much attention will be paid to tracinga non-arbitrary connection between (i) and (ii), a connection whichwill be ultimately based on considerations relating to Darwin’s theory ofevolution.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteArtificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015
Pagine68-82
Numero di pagine15
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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Oliveri, G., Gaglio, S., Oliveri, G., Augello, A., Pilato, G., & Gaglio, S. (2015). Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach. In Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015 (pagg. 68-82). (CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS).

Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach. / Oliveri, Gianluigi; Gaglio, Salvatore; Oliveri, Gianluigi; Augello, Agnese; Pilato, Giovanni; Gaglio, Salvatore.

Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015. 2015. pag. 68-82 (CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS).

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Oliveri, G, Gaglio, S, Oliveri, G, Augello, A, Pilato, G & Gaglio, S 2015, Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach. in Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015. CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS, pagg. 68-82.
Oliveri G, Gaglio S, Oliveri G, Augello A, Pilato G, Gaglio S. Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach. In Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015. 2015. pag. 68-82. (CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS).
Oliveri, Gianluigi ; Gaglio, Salvatore ; Oliveri, Gianluigi ; Augello, Agnese ; Pilato, Giovanni ; Gaglio, Salvatore. / Pattern-Recognition: a Foundational Approach. Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2015. 2015. pagg. 68-82 (CEUR WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS).
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