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Automated taxon identification in systematics : theory, approaches and applications / edited by Norman MacLeod

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MacLeod, Norman 1953-  Search this
Systematics Association  Search this
Physical description:
xvii, 339 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), map ; 27 cm
Digital innovation and taxonomy's finest hour / Quentin D. Wheeler -- Natural object categorization : man versus machine / Phillip F. Culverhouse -- Neural networks in brief / Robert Lang -- Morphometrics and computer homology : an old theme revisited / Fred L. Bookstein -- The automated identification of taxa : concepts and applications / David Chesmore -- DAISY : a practical computer based tool for semi-automated species identification / Mark A. O'Neill -- Automated extraction and analysis of morphologic features for species identification / Volker Steinhage ... [et al.] -- Introducing SPIDA-Web : wavelets, neural networks and internet accessibility in an image-based automated identification system / Kimberly N. Russell ... [et al.] -- Automated tools for the identification of taxa from morphological data : face recognition in wasps / Norman MacLeod, Mark A. O'Neill and Stig A. Walsh -- Pattern recognition for ecological science and environmental monitoring : an initial report / Eric N. Mortensen ... [et al.] -- Plant identification from characters and measurements using artificial neural networks / Jonathan Y. Clark -- Spot the penguin : can reliable taxonomic identifications be made using isolated foot bones? / Stig A. Walsh, Norman MacLeod and Mark A. O'Neill -- A new semi-automatic morphometric protocol for conodonts and a preliminary taxonomic application / David Jones and Mark Purnell -- Decision trees : a machine-learning method for characterizing morphological patterns resulting from ecological adaptation / Manuel Mendoza -- Data integration and multi-factorial analyses : the yeasts and the BioloMICS software as a case study / Robert Vincent -- Automatic measurement of honeybee wings / Adam Tofilski -- Good performers know their audience! : identification and characterization of pitch contours in infant- and foreigner-directed speech / Monja A. Knoll ... [et al.]
Biology--Data processing  Search this
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