Three-dimensional invariants and their application to object recognition

@article{Burel1995ThreedimensionalIA,
  title={Three-dimensional invariants and their application to object recognition},
  author={Gilles Burel and Hugues Henocq},
  journal={Signal Processing},
  year={1995},
  volume={45},
  pages={1-22}
}
Although recognition of objects from 2D projections (i.e. images) has been widely studied among the image processing community, little research has been devoted to recognition using 3D information. A general approach for deriving 3D invariants is proposed in this paper. These invariants can be used as input to a statistical classifier, such as a k-nearestneighbours algorithm or a neural network. The approach consists of decomposing the object onto an orthonormal basis composed of the… CONTINUE READING
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