Generalized dual Hahn moment invariants

  title={Generalized dual Hahn moment invariants},
  author={Evangelos G. Karakasis and George A. Papakostas and Dimitris E. Koulouriotis and Vassilios D. Tourassis},
  journal={Pattern Recognition},
In this work we introduce a generalized expression of the weighted dual Hahn moment invariants up to any order and for any value of their parameters. In order for the proposed invariants to be formed, the weighted dual Hahn moments (up to any order and for any value of their parameters) are expressed as a linear combination of geometric ones. For this reason a formula expressing the nth degree dual Hahn polynomial, for any value of its parameters, as a linear combination of monomials (cr xr… CONTINUE READING
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