AFFINE-INVARIANT FOURIER DESCRIPTORS AND THEIR APPLICATION IN A NUMBER PLATE RECOGNIZING SYSTEM

Abstract

This paper introduces a method for describing partial shapes that are affine-invariant. The proposed method facilitates the extraction of descriptors, which is effective for opened-curves and invariant to different viewpoints. This method helps to improve the performance and quality of real world object image recognizing systems. The proposed method was tested in a number plate recognition system.    

https://doi.org/10.29037/ajstd.256
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