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Title: Hand detection in cluttered scene images using Fourier-Mellin invariant features
Author: Gómez i Bigordà, Lluís
Director: Masip, David
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: Automatic hand detection;Fourier-Mellin Transform;RST-invariant object representation
Issue Date: 19-Jun-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: This paper proposes an automatic hand detection system that combines the Fourier-Mellin Transform along with other computer vision techniques to achieve hand detection in cluttered scene color images. The proposed system uses the Fourier-Mellin Transform as an invariant feature extractor to perform RST invariant hand detection. In a first stage of the system a simple non-adaptive skin color-based image segmentation and an interest point detector based on corners are used in order to identify regions of interest that contains possible matches. A sliding window algorithm is then used to scan the image at different scales performing the FMT calculations only in the previously detected regions of interest and comparing the extracted FM descriptor of the windows with a hand descriptors database obtained from a train image set. The results of the performed experiments suggest the use of Fourier-Mellin invariant features as a promising approach for automatic hand detection.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/8105
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