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Invariant Object Recognition Based on Elastic Graph Matching (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 86)

by R. Lee

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Published by Ios Pr Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial intelligence,
  • Artificial Intelligence - General,
  • Computers,
  • Computer vision,
  • Image processing,
  • Optical pattern recognition,
  • Computer Books: General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12317507M
    ISBN 101586032968
    ISBN 109781586032968

    We present a neural system for invariant object recognition. Its flexibility is demonstrated with fieely taken camera images of human faces. The system is an application of the Dynamic Link Architecture, which owes its strength to an enhancement of. Size and distortion invariant object recognition by hierarchical graph matching.

    Abstract. We propose an approach for view-invariant object detection directly in 3D with following properties: (i) The detection is based on matching of 3D contours to 3D object models. (ii) The matching is con-strained with qualitative spatial relations suchas above/below, left/right, and front/back. Object recognition by affine invariant matching [Lamdan, Yehezkel, Schwartz, Jacob T, Wolfson, Haim J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Object recognition by affine invariant matchingCited by:

    The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to object recognition. Object recognition – technology in the field of computer vision for finding and identifying objects in an image or video sequence. Humans recognize a multitude of objects in images with little effort, despite the fact that the image of the objects may vary somewhat in different view points, in many. Handwritten Digit Recognition by Elastic Matching Sagnik Majumder1*, C. von der Malsburg2, Aashish Richhariya3, Surekha Bhanot4 1,3,4 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Rajasthan, India. 2 Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt, Germany. * Corresponding author. Tel.: +91 ; email: [email protected]: Sagnik Majumder, C. von der Malsburg, Aashish Richhariya, Surekha Bhanot.


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Invariant Object Recognition Based on Elastic Graph Matching (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 86) by R. Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book focuses on the theory and latest research of invariant object recognition based on elastic graph matching techniques. The book consists of two parts: the first covers a general definition of the vision object recognition, with a formal overall classification for different types of.

Invariant object recognition based on elastic graph matching. Amsterdam ; Washington, DC: IOS Press ; Tokyo: Ohmsha, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: R S T Lee; J N K Liu. Face Recognition by Elastic Bunch Graph Matchingy Laurenz Wiskott1z, Jean-Marc Fellous 2x, wavelet components (jets).

Image graph extraction is based on a novel approach, the bunch graph, which image graph, used to represent an object, such as a face. Three elastic approaches and well known appearance-based approaches, i.e.

Eigenfaces and Fisherfaces, were tested and compared. Compared three elastic matching methods are; (1) Conventional EGM based on magnitude jet, (2) Alternative EGM based on morphological jet introduced by Tefas et al.

(), (3) Proposed warping-robust EGM based on robust jet and generalized cost by:   Image graph extraction is based on a novel approach, the bunch graph, which is constructed from a small set of sample image graphs.

Recognition is based on a straight-forward comparison of image graphs. We report recognition experiments on the FERET database and the Bochum database, including recognition across by: Abstract: An object recognition system based on the dynamic link architecture, an extension to classical artificial neural networks (ANNs), is presented.

The dynamic link architecture exploits correlations in the fine-scale temporal structure of cellular signals to group neurons dynamically into higher-order by: The best-performing method improves the recognition rate up to % and speeds up the processing time by 8 times over the Elastic Bunch Graph Matching for the fully automatic case.

View Show abstract. A graph-matching process of object recognition is proposed. It is applied to face recognition. Gray-level images are represented by a resolution hierarchy of local Gabor components, which are all. One key ability of human brain is invariant object recognition, which refers to rapid and accurate recognition of objects in the presence of variations such as size, rotation and position.

Despite Cited by: 9. Abstract. In this paper, we proposed a facial expression recognition method based on the elastic graph matching (EGM) EGM approach is widely considered very effective due to it’s robustness against face position and lighting by: 3.

Object recognition by affine invariant matching Abstract: Novel techniques are described for model-based recognition of 3-D objects from unknown viewpoints using single-gray-scale images. The objects in the scene may be overlapping and partially by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We present an object recognition system based on the Dynamic Link Architecture, which is an extension to classical Artificial Neural Networks.

The Dynamic Link Architecture exploits correlations in the fine-scale temporal structure of cellular signals in order to group neurons dynamically into higher-order entities. Untangling invariant object recognition James J. DiCarlo and David D.

Cox McGovern Institute for Brain Research, and Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Object recognition is computationally difficult for many reasons, but the most fundamental is.

Face Recognition by Elastic Bunch Graph Matching Laurenz Wiskott, Jean-Marc Fellous, Norbert Krüger, and Christoph von der Malsburg Abstract—We present a system for recognizing human faces from single images out of a large database containing one image per person.

Faces are represented by labeled graphs, based on a Gabor wavelet transform. Elastic graph matching (EGM) is a well-known approach in face recognition area for the robust face recognition to a rotation in depth and facial expression change. The improved performance of the G-EGM was evaluated through the recognition simulation based on arbitrary posed faces.

Previous article in issue; Next article in issue; Keywords Cited by: Invariant object recognition refers to recognizing an object regardless of irrelevant image variations, such as variations in viewpoint, lighting, retinal size, background, etc. The perceptual result of invariance, where the perception of a given object property is unaffected by irrelevant image variations, is often referred to as perceptual Cited by: 5.

Object recognition is widely used in the machine vision in-dustry for the purposes of inspection, registration, and ma-nipulation. However, currentcommercial systemsforobject recognitiondepend almost exclusively on correlation-based template matching.

While very effective for certain engi-neered environments, where object pose and illuminationFile Size: KB. Invariant object recognition based on elastic graph matching: theory and applications.

By STR Lee and NKJ Liu. Abstract. Department of Computing > Academic research: refereed > Research book or monograph (author Topics: Image processing, Author: STR Lee and NKJ Liu. Buhmann, M.

Lades and C. rg, "Size and Distortion Invariant Object Recognition by Hierarchical Graph Matching," in Proceedings of the IJCNN International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, San Diegopp. II Face recognition by elastic bunch graph matching.

IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 19(7), Google Scholar Digital Library. and Hero et al. (), combining higher-order color invariant fea-tures with an entropy graph-based similarity measure.

We extract color invariant features from object images, invariant to viewpoint, shadow and shading. As opposed to using a histograms or kernel density estimations, we employ entropic graphs.

The Henze–Pen.Recognition and Matching based on local invariant features In this short course we present these features and describe their application to image matching, 3D recognition and robot navigation as well as texture classification and detection of object categories.

We will demo a system that uses these features to perform object recognition in.able results both for region-based image retrieval and object recognition have been reported [13]. In this paper, the suitability of the MNS method for illu-mination invariant recognition is investigated.

Using simple invariant ratios computed from multimodal image neighbour-hoods, promising results were obtained on a publicly avail-able dataset.