1 March 2003 Invariant object recognition under three-dimensional rotations and changes of scale
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Research on object recognition invariant under out-of-plane rotations has so far yielded limited results. The problem becomes even more complex when in addition scale changes must also be taken into account. We develop a new object recognition method invariant to translations, rotations, changes of pose, and scale. The method is based on angular wedge sampling about the centroid of the object, yielding translation-, rotation-, and scale-invariant features. A modified feature space trajectory classifier is used to obtain out-of-plane rotation invariance. The method is successfully tested on models of military land vehicles and is optically implementable.
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Sebastien Roy, Sebastien Roy, Henri H. Arsenault, Henri H. Arsenault, Daniel Lefebvre, Daniel Lefebvre, } "Invariant object recognition under three-dimensional rotations and changes of scale," Optical Engineering 42(3), (1 March 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1543158 . Submission:
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