Implementing Object Detection System in Image
Matrix matching involves comparing an image to a stored glyph on a pixel-by-pixel basis; it is also known as "pattern matching", "pattern recognition", or "image correlation". This relies on the input glyph being correctly isolated from the rest of the image, and on the stored glyph being in a similar font and at the same scale. This technique works best with typewritten text and does not work well when new fonts are encountered. This is the technique the early physical photocell-based OCR implemented, rather directly.s. The comments are drawn based on the studied literature and key issues are also identified relevant to the object detection. Information about the source codes and online datasets is provided to facilitate the new researcher in object detection area. An idea about the possible solution for the multi class object detection is also presented. This paper is suitable for the researchers who are the beginners in this domain.