Efficient Object Detection Based on Local Invariant Features
Object detection is an important task in image processing and computer vision. Binary Robust Invariant Scalable Keypoint (BRISK) local features are extracted from the object. These features are invariant to image scale, translation, rotation, illumination and partial occlusion. Object detection process begins by matching individual features of the user queried object to a database of features with different objects which are saved in advance.
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