Evaluation of Feature Detector-Descriptor for Real Object Matching under Various Conditions of Ilumination and Affine Transformation

04/28/2018 ∙ by Novanto Yudistira, et al. ∙ 0

This study attempts to provide explanations, descriptions and evaluations of some most popular and current combinations of description and descriptor frameworks, namely SIFT, SURF, MSER, and BRISK for keypoint extractors and SIFT, SURF, BRISK, and FREAK for descriptors. Evaluations are made based on the number of matches of keypoints and repeatability in various image variations. It is used as the main parameter to assess how well combinations of algorithms are in matching objects with different variations. There are many papers that describe the comparison of detection and description features to detect objects in images under various conditions, but the combination of algorithms attached to them has not been much discussed. The problem domain is limited to different illumination levels and affine transformations from different perspectives. To evaluate the robustness of all combinations of algorithms, we use a stereo image matching case.



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