By James C. Bezdek, Ludmila I. Kuncheva (auth.), Francesc J. Ferri, José M. Iñesta, Adnan Amin, Pavel Pudil (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the joint refereed court cases of the eighth overseas Workshop on Structural and Syntactic trend acceptance and the third overseas Workshop on Statistical options in trend acceptance, SSPR 2000 and SPR 2000, held in Alicante, Spain in August/September 2000. The fifty two revised complete papers awarded including 5 invited papers and 35 posters have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of one hundred thirty submissions. The e-book deals topical sections on hybrid and mixed tools, rfile picture research, grammar and language equipment, structural matching, graph-based equipment, form research, clustering and density estimation, item reputation, common method, and have extraction and selection.
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Reducing the problem to a graph coloring problem/constraint satisfaction problem. The idea is to use NP-problem solvers on the combinatorial task involved (one is really trying to find the smallest consistent grammar). - Using top down algorithms: nearly all the algorithms generalize a most specific grammar by state merging. It is well known that for a technique to be noise tolerant, working your way from a most general concept to a more specialized one is a better idea. • The need to build algorithms that learn context free grammars.
Between these: • The need of algorithms that can deal with noisy data: the usual benchmarks the community has been using in the late 90s were concerned with learning large (500 states) automata from positive and negative data. But in all cases this data has to be noise free: if one introduces even one incorrectly labeled string in the learning set for the top algorithms today, there is no chance of obtaining a correct solution, and it is plausible that the returned solution (if any) would be too large to be used.
However, both purely decision-theoretic or syntactical/structural approaches are limited when applied to many interesting real-world problems for opposite reasons. It has been recently pointed out that traditional connectionist models conceived for processing static data types can properly be extended so as to deal with structured domains (see  for a survey on the topic). The basic idea is that the input graphs are processed by attaching a state variable to each node and performing a computation which is independent of the node.
Advances in Pattern Recognition: Joint IAPR International Workshops SSPR 2000 and SPR 2000 Alicante, Spain, August 30 – September 1, 2000 Proceedings by James C. Bezdek, Ludmila I. Kuncheva (auth.), Francesc J. Ferri, José M. Iñesta, Adnan Amin, Pavel Pudil (eds.)