Comparative analysis and classification of features for image models

  title={Comparative analysis and classification of features for image models},
  author={Igor B. Gurevich and Irina Koryabkina},
  journal={Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis},
This study has been conducted in the framework of developing one of the directions of descriptive approach to image analysis and recognition, and it is devoted to one of the main tools of this approach, namely, the use of formal image models in solving recognition problems. We systematized the image features widely used in solving applied problems of image analysis and recognition. It is well known that the mathematical nature and functional meaning of these features, as well as computational… 

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