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Object Detection and Recognition via Deformable Illumination and Deformable Shape
By: Zhou, Q.; Chelberg, D.; Celenk, M.; Ma, L.;
2006 / IEEE / 1-4244-0480-0
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Object Detection and Recognition via Deformable Illumination and Deformable Shape ' Detecting and recognizing objects in unstructured environments is one of the most challenging tasks in computer vision research. We propose an innovative algorithm, called deformable illumination, to address the problem of illumination variance in natural environments. Parallel to the role of deformable shape in object recognition, deformable illumination is designed as an object detection technique. A unified framework presented here integrates both deformable illumination and deformable shape as a simultaneous scheme for object detection and recognition in unstructured environments. Experimental results show the effectiveness of deformable illumination in addressing illumination variance.
Deformable Illumination Algorithm
Illumination Variance Problem
Active Shape Model
Image Edge Detection
Principal Component Analysis
Computer Vision Research