An effective 3D target recognition model imitating robust methods of the human visual system

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This paper presents a model of 3D object recognition motivated from the robust properties of human vision system (HVS). The HVS shows the best efficiency and robustness for an object identification task. The robust properties of the HVS are visual attention, contrast mechanism, feature binding, multi-resolution, size tuning, and part-based representation. In addition, bottom-up and top-down information are combined cooperatively. Based on these facts, a plausible computational model integrating these facts under the Monte Carlo optimization technique was proposed. In this scheme, object recognition is regarded as a parameter optimization problem. The bottom-up process is used to initialize parameters in a discriminative way; the top-down process is used to optimize them in a generative way. Experimental results show that the proposed recognition model is feasible for 3D object identification and pose estimation in visible and infrared band images.
Publisher
SPRINGER
Issue Date
2005-12
Language
English
Article Type
Article
Keywords

OBJECT RECOGNITION; 3-D OBJECTS; REPRESENTATION; PERCEPTION; ATTENTION; CONTEXT

Citation

PATTERN ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS, v.8, pp.211 - 226

ISSN
1433-7541
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/24874
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EE-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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