Abstract

A modified circular harmonic filter may be used for the rotation-invariant discrimination of a target from another object which contains the same pattern as the target. The method is illustrated by the experimental rotation-invariant detection of the letter F in the presence of the letter E.

© 1983 Optical Society of America

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