Invariant Image Retrieval Using Wavelet Maxima Moment

@inproceedings{Do1999InvariantIR,
  title={Invariant Image Retrieval Using Wavelet Maxima Moment},
  author={Minh N. Do and Serge Ayer and Martin Vetterli},
  booktitle={VISUAL},
  year={1999}
}
Wavelets have been shown to be an effective analysis tool for image indexing due to the fact that spatial information and visual features of images could be well captured in just a few dominant wavelet coefficients. A serious problem with current wavelet-based techniques is in the handling of affine transformations in the query image. In this work, to cure the problem of translation variance with wavelet basis transform while keeping a compact representation, the wavelet transform modulus… 

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