Maximum Likelihood Classification dengan Ekstraksi Fitur Fast Fourier Transform untuk Pengenalan Mobil
Maximum Likelihood Classification with Fast Fourier Transform Feature Extraction for Car Recognition
The car recognition is part of the field of traffic surveillance on the image. In general, the car recognition using the form-based feature as a unique feature. Another feature in object recognition is the frequency feature. One feature of frequency is the Fourier feature, this feature is obtained by using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) method. The object recognition can be done by determining the maximum value of likelihood and classifying it with Maximum Likelihood Classification (MLC). The use of FFT and MLC in the car object recognition has never been used. The results of both are in a good accuracy that is 76%.
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