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Scale and Rotation invariant feature descriptors

Can you list some scale and rotational invariant feature descriptors for use in feature detection. The application is for the detection of cars and humans in video captured by a UAV, using a multi-...
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Object detection versus object recognition

I have a slight confusion differentiating between object recognition and object detection. Some people say object detection is a sub-topic of object recognition? Can someone clarify the the difference ...
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Pedestrian counting algorithm

Currently I am developing a pedestrian counter project (using OpenCV+QT on Linux). My idea about the approach is: Capture Frames Do Background Subtraction clear noises (erode, dilate) find blobs (...
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Why optical flow ? why not tracking

I have a question that might be stupide ! Supposing that I try to detect object moving in a video or human action. Many works are based on optical flow computation. My question is why using OF is ...
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Good features / algorithms for recognizing car-models in images

I have a question concerning object recognition, especially recognizing car-models! I am at the beginning of a work about identifying the same car-model in different images. At the moment I think one ...
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Train Pulse Recognition in Medium Voltage Networks

I just started a project in the Smart Grids area. It involves the recognition and quick extinction of earth faults in a medium voltage system. The system works automatically and pretty much gets rid ...
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How to construct descriptors for irregularly shaped image patches

As hinted in this answer, Perceptual hashing is a way to ascribe comparable measures (hashes) to images (rectangular patches). The images do not need to be the same size, and can be slightly distorted,...