Description This version of the 2D Gabor filter  is basically a bi-dimensional Gaussian function centered at origin (0,0) with variance S modulated by a complex sinusoid with polar frequency (F,W) and phase P described by the following equation: G(x,y,S,F,W,P)=k*Gaussian(x,y,S)*(Sinusoid(x,y,F,W,P)-DC(F,S,P)), where: Gaussian(x,y,S)=exp(-pi*S^2*(x^2+y^2)) Sinusoid(x,y,F,W,P)=exp(j*(2*pi*F*(x*cos(W)+y*sin(W))+P))) DC(F,S,P)=exp(-pi*(F/S)^2+j*P) The following reference will be helpful to understand how setting the Gabor parameters:  Movellan, J. R. - Tutorial on Gabor Filters. Tech. rep., 2002.
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