Projective Chirp

  • (a) In image processing, direct periodicity seldom occurs, but, rather, periodicity-in-perspective is encountered.
  • (b) Repeating structures like the alternating dark space inside the windows, and light space of the white concrete, “chirp” (increase in frequency) towards the right.
  • (c) Thus the best fit chirp for image processing is often a projective chirp.

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Monday, September 17th, 2012 Computer Vision, Signal Processing No Comments
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