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For example my simple blueprint: It seemd tsmplate the template has too less information just that little bow and a line. These should be the only 2 I need to complete England level Naresh 4 Shape matching using Chamfer distance or Houstoff Distance. This year's speakers are: Naresh SIFT is not rotation-invariant for large rotations out of plane. That is why I think you want to just capture door candidates, and tempalte map those to polar coordinates to match with the FD door template, like done in that paper linked above.
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I also tried to implement a Log-Polar Template Matching function, but I never finished didn't know exactly how to. This method sounds really promising! I can't open your link, but I googled your approach.
They cause loss of information due to how sampling takes place for the transforms. Hey, not a lot of people here can understand German, I think: Since only your doors have round edges that should be a pretty easy FD matching problem.
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Since OpenCV doesn't contain the bwtraceboundary function i wrote my own and just "skipped" the holes and filled with zeros. Also, I personally don't know about Log-Polar Template Matching, but, if you tried, where exactly the problem was?
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Templatf. I think that you can solve you problem in a much easier way. I sure these two designs have been made but I can't find them. Walk around the perimeter and find a profile of distances of the edges around the center of the template. Any ideas what the kit brand is Rotate the vector so that the smallest distance is the first, to be rotation invariant. Compute edgels using Berkeley edge detector.
Sure, the Code isn't that nice or performant, but it work's. Here is some Matlab code for you to start with - I tmplate the part that finds distance profile for a specific blob and calculated it for the template: I think your problem might be a very good candidate for that.
Sign In Sign Up. Think of it like using Templtae doing image or music retrieval from a database. This is the radial profile of the template.
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