17 January 1985 Recognition Of Complex Three Dimensional Objects Using Three Dimensional Moment Invariants
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Proceedings Volume 0521, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision; (1985) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.946167
Event: 1984 Cambridge Symposium, 1984, Cambridge, United States
Abstract
A technique for the recognition of complex three dimensional objects is presented. The complex 3-D objects are represented in terms of their 3-D moment invariants, algebraic expressions that remain invariant independent of the 3-D objects' orientations and locations in the field of view. The technique of 3-D moment invariants has been used successfully for simple 3-D object recognition in the past. In this work we have extended this method for the representation of more complex objects. Two complex objects are represented digitally; their 3-D moment invariants have been calculated, and then the invariancy of these 3-D invariant moment expressions is verified by changing the orientation and the location of the objects in the field of view. The results of this study have significant impact on 3-D robotic vision, 3-D target recognition, scene analysis and artificial intelligence.
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Firooz A. Sadjadi, Firooz A. Sadjadi, } "Recognition Of Complex Three Dimensional Objects Using Three Dimensional Moment Invariants", Proc. SPIE 0521, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision, (17 January 1985); doi: 10.1117/12.946167; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.946167
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