Geometric Moment Invariants to Motion Blur

01/21/2021 ∙ by Hongxiang Hao, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we focus on removing interference of motion blur by the derivation of motion blur invariants.Unlike earlier work, we don't restore any blurred image. Based on geometric moment and mathematical model of motion blur, we prove that geometric moments of blurred image and original image are linearly related. Depending on this property, we can analyse whether an existing moment-based feature is invariant to motion blur. Surprisingly, we find some geometric moment invariants are invariants to not only spatial transform but also motion blur. Meanwhile, we test invariance and robustness of these invariants using synthetic and real blur image datasets. And the results show these invariants outperform some widely used blur moment invariants and non-moment image features in image retrieval, classification and template matching.



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