What is moments of image?

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Mansoor ahmadi
Mansoor ahmadi on 12 Jan 2015
Commented: ElizabethR on 1 May 2016
Hello everyone!
I have to implement the Zernike moments for feature extraction in Signature Recognition System, If someone know, give me a brief description about image moments and Zernike moments and also I have gotten the source code of Zernike moments from mathwork site from this link: http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/38900-zernike-moments
It gives me tow value from image and I don't know what are the tow value, if someone know explain me that, please answer me I need it very hard.
thank you.
Mansoor
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Mansoor ahmadi
Mansoor ahmadi on 14 Jan 2015
please answer my above question!!!
I need it very hard.

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Spandan Tiwari
Spandan Tiwari on 15 Jan 2015
Your question is very broad to be answered fully here. There are many tutorials on Zernike moments that you can find online with a simple search.
At a high-level - Zernike moments are essentially descriptors for quantifying shape of an object (typically in a binary image). They are rotational invariant, are can be adapted to be translation (shift) and scale invariant.
I don't see a 'tow' value anywhere in this submission. Where do you see it?
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ElizabethR
ElizabethR on 1 May 2016
whether Zernike Moments can use for the image that contain the four image like this ?

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