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Vision Goes Symbolic Without Loss of Information Within the Preattentive Vision Phase: The Need to Shift the Learning Paradigm from Machine-Learning (from Examples) to Machine-Teaching (by Rules) at the First Stage of a Two-Stage Hybrid Remote... Part I

By Andrea Baraldi

Submitted: April 27th 2011Reviewed: June 15th 2011Published: January 27th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34035

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Andrea Baraldi (January 27th 2012). Vision Goes Symbolic Without Loss of Information Within the Preattentive Vision Phase: The Need to Shift the Learning Paradigm from Machine-Learning (from Examples) to Machine-Teaching (by Rules) at the First Stage of a Two-Stage Hybrid Remote... Part I, Earth Observation, Rustam B. Rustamov and Saida E. Salahova, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34035. Available from:

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