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<p>The problem of the detection and classification of deterministic objects and random textures in a noisy scene is discussed. An energy detector is developed in the cumulant domain by exploiting the noise insensitivity of higher order statistics. An efficient implementation of this detector is described, using matched filtering. Its performance is analyzed using asymptotic distributions in a binary hypothesis-testing framework. The object and texture discriminant functions are minimum distance classifiers in the cumulant domain and can be efficiently implemented using a bank of matched filters. They are immune to additive Gaussian noise and insensitive to object shifts. Important extensions, which can handle object rotation and scaling, are also discussed. An alternative texture classifier is derived from a ML viewpoint and is statistically efficient at the expense of complexity. The application of these algorithms to the texture-modeling problem is indicated, and consistent parameter estimates are obtained.</p>
texture detection; object scaling; pattern recognition; texture classification; noisy scene; energy detector; higher order statistics; matched filtering; minimum distance classifiers; object rotation; parameter estimates; filtering and prediction theory; parameter estimation; pattern recognition; statistical analysis

G. Giannakis and M. Tsatsanis, "Object and Texture Classification Using Higher Order Statistics," in IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis & Machine Intelligence, vol. 14, no. , pp. 733-750, 1992.
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