Rahul Upneja

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Orthogonal Fourier-Mellin moments (OFMMs) suffer from geometric error and the numerical integration error. The geometric error arises when the square image is mapped into a unit disk and the mapping does not become perfect. The numerical integration error arises when the double integration is approximated by the zeroth order summation. In this paper, we(More)
Various radial moments viz. Zernike moments, pseudo Zernike moments, orthogonal Fourier Mellin moments, radial harmonic Fourier moments, Chebyshev-Fourier moments and polar harmonic transforms such as polar complex exponential transforms, polar cosine transforms and polar sine transforms satisfy orthogonal principle. By virtue of which these moments and(More)
Orthogonal rotation invariant moments (ORIMs) are among the best region based shape descriptors. Being orthogonal and complete, they possess minimum information redundancy. The magnitude of moments is invariant to rotation and reflection and with some geometric transformation, they can be made translation and scale invariant. Apart from these(More)