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We are interested in matching objects in photographs, paintings, sketches and so on; after all, humans have a remarkable ability to recognise objects in images, no matter how they are depicted. We conduct experiments in matching, and conclude that the key to robustness lies in object description. The existing literature consists of numerous feature descriptors that rely heavily on photometric properties such as colour and illumination to describe objects. Although these methods achieve highdoi:10.5244/c.26.56 dblp:conf/bmvc/BalikaiH12 fatcat:g5dw72uidrdabatemglxf4gtrm