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    Items for Author "J. C. Lin" 

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    [行動商務與多媒體應用學系] 會議論文 1988 A multidimensional sorting algorithm J. C. Lin; S. S. Tseng
    [資訊傳播學系] 會議論文 1984-10 Object recognition with combined tactile and visual information R. C. Luo, W. H. Tsai; J. C. Lin
    [資訊傳播學系] 會議論文 1984-10 Curved 3-D Object recognition using 2-D shape analysis techniques W. H. Tsai; J. C. Lin
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 2000 A new efficient approach to image hiding T. S. Chuang; J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1997-12 Color image compression by moment-preserving and block truncation techniques C. K. Yang; J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1995-09 Color image sharpening by moment-preserving technique C. K. Yang; T. C. Wu; J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1994-11 Detecting numbers of folds and orientations in shapes by a simple mathematical property J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai; J. A. Chen
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1994-05 Feature-preserving clustering of 2D data for two-class problems using analytical formulas: an automatic and fast approach J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1992 Detection of rotationally symmetric shape orientations by fold-invariant shape-specific points J. C. Lin; S. L. Chou; W. H. Tsai
    [資訊傳播學系] 期刊論文 1991-02 Fold principal axis - a new tool for defining the orientations of rotational symmetric shapes S. L. Chou; J. C. Lin; W. H. Tsai

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