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Improved SIFT-Features Matching for Object Recognition

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Improved SIFT-Features Matching for Object Recognition
: The SIFT algorithm (Scale Invariant Feature Transform) proposed by Lowe [1] is an approach for extracting distinctive invariant features from images. It has been successfully applied to a variety of computer vision problems based on feature matching including object recognition, pose estimation, image retrieval and many others. However, in real-world applications there is still a need for improvement of the algorithm's robustness with respect to the correct matching of SIFT features. In this paper, an improvement of the original SIFT algorithm providing more reliable feature matching for the purpose of object recognition is proposed. The main idea is to divide the features extracted from both the test and the model object image into several sub-collections before they are matched. The features are divided into several sub-collections considering the features arising from different octaves, that is from different frequency domains. To evaluate the performance of the proposed appr...
Faraj Alhwarin, Chao Wang, Danijela Ristic-Durrant
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where BCS
Authors Faraj Alhwarin, Chao Wang, Danijela Ristic-Durrant, Axel Gräser
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