1 July 2006 Class-associative color pattern recognition using a shifted phase-encoded joint transform correlation
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Optical Engineering, 45(7), 075006 (2006). doi:10.1117/1.2227364
A new shifted phase-encoded fringe-adjusted joint transform correlation (SPJTC) technique is proposed for class-associative color pattern recognition. In this technique, the joint color image containing the class member images and unknown input scene images is split into three fundamental color components—red, green, and blue—which are then processed through three different channels using the SPJTC technique to obtain individual joint power spectra (JPS). For correlation performance improvement, a new class-associative color fringe-adjusted filter (CCFAF) has been proposed. The combined JPSs obtained by fusing all of the individual joint power spectra are then multiplied by the CCFAF transfer function. The proposed scheme provides a single correlation peak per target with excellent correlation discrimination for both noise-free and noisy conditions. Simulation results are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed technique.
Mohammed Nazrul Islam, Mohammad S. Alam, Mohammad Rafiqul Haider, "Class-associative color pattern recognition using a shifted phase-encoded joint transform correlation," Optical Engineering 45(7), 075006 (1 July 2006). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2227364

Pattern recognition

Target detection

Binary data

Image processing

Joint transforms

Optical pattern recognition

Phase shifts

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