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The Image Position Measurement for the Selected Object out of the Center using the 2 Points Polar Coordinate Transform
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The Image Position Measurement for the Selected Object out of the Center using the 2 Points Polar Coordinate Transform
Seo, Choon Weon;
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 Abstract
For the image processing system to be classified the selected object in the nature, the rotation, scale and transition invariant features is to be necessary. There are many investigations to get the information for the object processing system and the log-polar transform which is to be get the invariant feature for the scale and rotation is used. In this paper, we suggested the 2 points polar coordinate transform methods to measure the selected object position out of the center in input image including the centroid method. In this proposed system, the position results of objects are very good, and we obtained the similarity ratio 99~104% for the object coordinate values.
 Keywords
polar transform;object coordinate;invariant feature extraction;
 Language
Korean
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