Category Computer Vision

Computer Vision – Shape Context Descriptor

I recently came across a wonderful paper by Jitendra Malik, one of the pioneers of Computer Vision. It is called ‘Shape Matching and Object Recognition using Shape Contexts’. It describes how objects can be characterized by their shape, and how this description can be used effectively to match and recognize objects. In this post I […]

Computer Vision – Feature Detection

Feature Detection is basically finding key points or pixels in the image. An immediate question would be to ask what a key point is. A key point is a point which is unique in the local area around it and can be found and matched to a corresponding point in another image. Aperture Problem The […]