Affine invariant object recognition by voting match techniques
Therrien, Charles W.
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This thesis begins with a general survey of different model based systems for object recognition. The advantage and disadvantage of those systems are discussed. A system is then selected for study because of its effective Affine invariant matching [Ref. 1] characteristic. This system involves two separate phases, the modeling and the recognition. One is done off-line and the other is done on-line. A Hashing technique is implemented to achieve fast accessing and voting. Different test data sets are used in experiments to illustrate the recognition capabilities of this system. This demonstrates the capabilities of partial match, recognizing objects under similarity transformation applied to the models, and the results of noise perturbation. The testing results are discussed, and related experiences and recommendations are presented.
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