MARYLAND UNIV COLLEGE PARK COMPUTER SCIENCE CENTER
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This paper reviews the fundamentals of automatic picture processing and scene analysis. It discusses computer-based methods of segmenting pictures into meaningful parts determining properties of the parts and relationships among the parts and using this information to construct descriptions of the pictures. The material is organized by principal areas of application, including document reading, high-energy physics, cytology, radiology, and remote sensing of the environment.