Radial shifted Legendre moments for image analysis and invariant image recognition

@article{Xiao2014RadialSL,
  title={Radial shifted Legendre moments for image analysis and invariant image recognition},
  author={Bin Xiao and Guo-Yin Wang and Weisheng Li},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
  year={2014},
  volume={32},
  pages={994-1006}
}
The rotation, scaling and translation invariant property of image moments has a high significance in image recognition. Legendre moments as a classical orthogonal moment have been widely used in image analysis and recognition. Since Legendre moments are defined in Cartesian coordinate, the rotation invariance is difficult to achieve. In this paper, we first derive two types of transformed Legendre polynomial: substituted and weighted radial shifted Legendre polynomials. Based on these two types… CONTINUE READING

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