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The Log-polar Image Representation in Pattern Recognition Tasks

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The Log-polar Image Representation in Pattern Recognition Tasks
Abstract. This paper is a review of works about the use of the logpolar image model for pattern recognition purposes. Particular attention is paid to the rotation- and scale-invariant pattern recognition problem, which is simplified by the log-polar mapping. In spite of this advantage, ordinary translations become a complicated image transform in the logpolar domain. Two approaches addressing the estimation of translation, rotation and scaling are compared. One of them, developed by the authors, takes advantage of the principles of the active vision paradigm.
V. Javier Traver, Filiberto Pla
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where IBPRIA
Authors V. Javier Traver, Filiberto Pla
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