Artificial bee colony (ABC) optimized edge potential function (EPF) approach to target recognition for low-altitude aircraft

@article{Xu2010ArtificialBC,
  title={Artificial bee colony (ABC) optimized edge potential function (EPF) approach to target recognition for low-altitude aircraft},
  author={Chunfang Xu and Haibin Duan},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={1759-1772}
}
This paper describes a novel shape-matching approach to visual target recognition for aircraft at low altitude. An artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm with edge potential function (EPF) is proposed to accomplish the target recognition task for aircraft. EPF is adopted to provide a type of attractive pattern for a matching contour, which can be exploited by ABC algorithm conveniently. In this way, the best match can be obtained when the sketch image translates, reorients and scales itself to… CONTINUE READING
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