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|Title:||PATTERN PROCESSING AND RECOGNITION IN HUMAN BRAIN|
|Abstract:||Ruman brain is 0o complex a cpptcm that it i-j r.;ally very difficult to undorotand it. Only a cuperbrain, which has more capabilitieo than human brain, can havo exact inns )tt into it. tudieo upto now could hay. . their spread only in the limited acpocto in the interprotatiof of the functionirza of human brain. The available literature, relating to the pattern prose; oiz and recognition in ham brain, is more or loss, based on hypothetical analysis as, specially in recog-nition of patterns, very small, almost negligible, data in available from ph~ioiological sources. Different resoc-reherc have interpretedite procoos of recognition in human brain in different manners, mathematically or theoretiO lay. No one theory is oxiotina xrhich is capabloof interpreting the procea- oinj and recoritioa of simple as voilcc complex patte :na, incorporating the fact speed of recognition of patterns under real world conditions i.e. enlarged, distorted, rotated, in clutter cite. T1aooivo rocoarch cork is required in future for czpla irg the roconition process of throc-dimenoional f.27 patterns or patterns in motion and also for discriminating thousands of colours very accurately.|
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