Spatial-Color Clifford Algebras for Invariant Image Recognition
One of the main and interesting problems of information science is the clarification of how human eyes and brain recognize objects of the real world. Practice shows that they successfully cope with the problem of recognizing objects at different locations, of different views and illumination, and in different orders of blurring. But how is this done by the brain? How do we see? How do we recognize constantly moving and changing objects of the surrounding world?
KeywordsColor Image Clifford Algebra Central Moment Relative Invariant Color Group
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