A book classification system based on global information extracted from the book cover is presented. The system can be viewed as a solution of a more general task: classification of flat and structured objects. It works through the following phases: object acquisition, object localization, features values computation and matching to the objects stored in a data base. Each phase is explained for the books recognition problem. The ability of the system to recognize a book in a set of about 430 books is illustrated in the experimental results section.

Book Recognition as an Example of Flat and Structured Objects Classification

Messelodi, Stefano;
1995

Abstract

A book classification system based on global information extracted from the book cover is presented. The system can be viewed as a solution of a more general task: classification of flat and structured objects. It works through the following phases: object acquisition, object localization, features values computation and matching to the objects stored in a data base. Each phase is explained for the books recognition problem. The ability of the system to recognize a book in a set of about 430 books is illustrated in the experimental results section.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11582/3108
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