Application of the Moment Shape Representations to the General Shape Analysis

Dariusz Frejlichowski

Abstract


The General Shape Analysis (GSA) is a task similar to the shape recognition and retrieval. However, in GSA an object usually does not belong to a template class, but can only be
similar to some of them. Moreover, the number of applied templates is limited. Usually,
ten most general shapes are used. Hence, the GSA consists in searching for the most universal information about them. This is useful when some general information has to be concluded, e.g. in coarse classification. In this paper the result of the application of three shape descriptors based on the moment theory to the GSA is presented. For this purpose the Moment Invariants, Contour Sequence Moments, and Zernike Moments were selected.


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