Max-C and Min-D Projection Autoassociative Fuzzy Morphological Memories: Theory and an Application for Face Recognition

Max-C and min-D projection autoassociative fuzzy morphological memories (max-C and min-D PAFMMs) are two layer feedforward fuzzy morphological neural networks able to implement an associative memory designed for the storage and retrieval of finite fuzzy sets or vectors on a hypercube. In this paper we address the main features of these autoassociative memories, which include unlimited absolute storage capacity, fast retrieval of stored items, few spurious memories, and an excellent tolerance to either dilative noise or erosive noise... (read more)

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