|born on||30 September 1943 at 22:40 (= 10:40 PM )|
|Place||Brooklyn (Kings County), New York, 40n38, 73w56|
|Timezone||EWT h4w (is war time)|
|Astrology data||07°03' 26°03 Asc. 27°06'|
American distinguished Professor in Computer Science at Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). Haralick is one of the leading figures in computer vision, pattern recognition, and image analysis. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a Fellow and past president of the International Association for Pattern Recognition. Prof. Haralick is the King-Sun Fu Prize winner of 2016, "for contributions in image analysis, including remote sensing, texture analysis, mathematical morphology, consistent labeling, and system performance evaluation".
Robert Haralick is one on the most prolific authors in the image processing/computer vision research area.
His most recent work is in the pattern recognition area, particularly in the manifold clustering of high-dimensional data sets, the application of pattern recognition to mathematical combinatorial problems and in the area of Torah codes popularly called Bible codes. In this area he has co-authored a book with Eliyahu Rips, one of the coauthors of the original Statistical Sciences paper. Haralick's research has helped develop sophisticated algorithmic and statistical methodology for Torah code experiments, methodology that he claims can differentiate between the tables that are depicted as encodings in books like Moby Dick and War and Peace from those encodings that occur in the Torah text.
Starkman quotes his email: "I was born 9/30/1943 at 10:40PM in New York City, according to the original birth certificate"
- Vocation : Computer : Systems Analyst
- Vocation : Engineer : Electrical
- Vocation : Science : Mathematics/ Statistics
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession