Fast Polar Harmonic Transforms

@article{Yang2010FastPH,
  title={Fast Polar Harmonic Transforms},
  author={Zhuo Yang and Sei-ichiro Kamata},
  journal={2010 11th International Conference on Control Automation Robotics & Vision},
  year={2010},
  pages={673-677}
}
Polar Harmonic Transform (PHT) is termed to represent a set of transforms those kernels are basic waves and harmonic in nature. PHTs consist of Polar Complex Exponential Transform (PCET), Polar Cosine Transform (PCT) and Polar Sine Transform (PST). They are proposed to represent invariant image patterns for two dimensional image retrieval and pattern recognition tasks. They are demonstrated to show superiorities comparing with other methods on describing rotation invariant patterns for images… CONTINUE READING

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