A form of signal processing where the input is an image. Usually treating the digital image as a two-dimensional signal (or multidimensional). This processing may include image restoration and enhancement (in particular, pattern recognition and projection).

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How to construct 3D image from 2D image using Markov Random Field?

I have one 2D CT image and I want to convert it to 3D image using Markov Random Field. There are several papers in the literature in which this technique was used based on 3 2D orthogonal images. ...
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Compare values on a logarithmic scale [on hold]

how to compare values on a logarithmic scale? I was working on a research paper, and evaluated few results in logarithmic scale (dB). i want to compare the results with existing algorithm. the problem ...
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Hiding the 0 pixel values from the image in display [on hold]

i have a binary image and don't want to show the 0 pixels values in display, so i can superimpose it into an other image how i can do that ? I change the transparency of the image but its for the ...
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What Percent of Neural Network is used while processing a single image

What percent (on average) of entire Neural network (say, AlexNet) is actually used while processing a single image. There should only a very small amount of network that should actually be utilized ...
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Math behind alpha calculation in matting

As we know for matting, Iz = αzFz + (1 − αz)Bz where, Iz is the observed pixel color (a 3d vector in rgb, say) αz is a scalar value ranging between 0 and 1 Fz,Bz are the (estimated) values of ...
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Suitable statistical test for comparing pixel intensity between multiple images

I have a series of 3D images derived from CT scans. They have all been transformed so that all homologous features should be in the same relative position. I would like to find out, at each pixel ...
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Need guidance in image classification

I'm new to machine learning and need some help. I need image classification to tell if an image is a car or not. Is there any working example or guidance or a book for this particular question? ...
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Machine Learning: Stratified Test-train-validation split for images with multiple classes and examples per image

I have a dataset with 300 images, each of which has a variable number of flowers. These flower examples can be any of 3 classes. My goal is to develop a prediction algorithm to classify the flower ...
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How to compare image similarity with position, rotation & scale invariant features?

I already put this question in stackoverflow.com. But still didn't get an answer. I want to compare similarity between below images. Acording to my requirements I want to identify all of these images ...
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C++ Pattern Matching with FFT cross-correlation (Images) [closed]

Hello everyone I am trying to implement patter matching with FFT (cross-correlation) (I am using this https://www.cs.uaf.edu/2007/spring/cs481/lecture/03_29_fft_image.html as reference) The idea of my ...
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Question on Texture similarity measures

I was wondering whether there is a similarity measure between a discrete image or texture image and a continuous image? I have two images one is discrete (it can be a texture also) and the other is ...
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Use Edge detection in Image classification

I am having five types of objects (flower, building, face, pair of shoes and a car) in my object recognition and i need to classify these. Identifying through edges in this type of data set seems to ...
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Basic ANN questions

So I've just recently gotten into artificial neural networks, and I have a couple of questions that I can't seem to find addressed anywhere. Firstly, this one is more specific to image recognition, ...
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How can I do a one vs all classification (binary classifier) with a neural network

I have a set of images that belong to a particular class. Then, I have another set of images that do not contain any image of the above particular class. So, effectively I have two sets of images ...
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Choosing keypoints for a training set and their prospective number

I am building a software to classify cells from images taken by a microscope. I have a dataset of images of cells to use as training dataset - I have extracted Keypoints from each image using ORB - ...
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Normalizing features extracted from image for training a model

I am trying to build a software to classify cells from images taken by a microscope: First, i have a dataset of images of cells to use as training dataset - I have normalized the images and extracted ...
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How to perform a filtering to get the low, middle and high frequency components of an image?

I am currently looking into some image processing project and just wondering how to obtain the low, middle and high frequency components of an image? For example, as this picture showed (I got it ...
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How is convolutional network used to locate logos in images?

I have a large set of logos (think of it as kind of logos of automobile companies). Now, I want to train a convolutional network to locate the logo in a given image. Are there any papers that talk ...
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Texture Synthesis

I'm looking to synthesise some textures that look like natural ceramic tiles in Matlab. This isn't something I've tried before so I was wondering what the best techniques to use would be or if there's ...
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Building an image classifier( binary) using Convolution network network

I have a dataset of images of birds and want to build a CNN classifier that outputs the probability that the fed image(test) is a bird, So that I can accept the image to be a bird beyond a certain ...
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ImageNet: what is top-1 and top-5 error rate?

In ImageNet classification papers top-1 and top-5 error rates are important units for measuring the success of some solutions, but what are those error rates? In ImageNet Classification with Deep ...
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Classifier for different classes of birds

Is it possible to distinguish between the different classes of birds? I do not aim to have a very specific classifier, but a classifier that is atleast able to distinguish between a parrot and an ...
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Clustering matrices with “2d interpretation”

I am not sure if I can formulate this such that it is clear. :) I have around 700 80x80 matrices, where each matrix shows some weather event (a matrix has continuous entries from 0 to 60). Now I ...
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Suggestion about: Image based position estimation with cross correlation

I have a image processing project.the process steps are: Take two image from google maps with longitude and latitude Calculate distance between two images from longitude and latitude with haversine ...
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Features for Object Detection

I want to build a classifier for detecting Airplanes in images. It is important to note that size and shape of the Airplane does not matter in the image. So for training I might simply use the images ...
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How can we learn to classify images that are airplanes ?

The training set is a set of images of the airplanes. Task is : Given an image classify it as an airplane or not. Is it feasible ?
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How to train a Gaussian Mixture Model using Testing Data

My work is to extract HOG features from Arabic Line images and than do classification using Gaussian mixture model to have a look at the performance. My question is after extracting the features how ...
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Understanding neural networks and classes

I want to know if this argumentation is valid or not of my algorithm. I'm trying to implement a CBIR (Content-Based Image Retrieval) where I've used the basics on CBIRs (colour, texture, shape, ...
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what is in intuitive explanation of local derivative pattern (LDP)?

Zhang et al. proposed the LDPs for face recognition . They considered the LBP as the nondirectional first-order local pattern operator and extended it to higher orders ( th-order) called the LDP. ...
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Simple way for histograms Clustering

I'm trying to cluster set of histograms. The histograms represent the frequencies of the distribution for a numbers from 1 to 5. The following figure shows two samples of my data. I have 10,000 ...
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What is the difference between simple histogram and histogram LBP?

What is the difference between a simple histogram and a histogram LBP (local binary pattern)? Can someone provide the intuition behind histogram LBP?
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what is the drawback of DLBP(Dominant local binary pattern)?

Although the DLBP features encapsulate more textural information than the conventional LBP features, they lack the consideration of distant pixel interactions. The reason is that the binary patterns ...
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what is in intuitive explanation of the histogram equalization invariant feature?

Ojala et al, proposed the uniformed local binary patterns(LBP) approach to extracting rotation and histogram equalization invariant features. what is histogram equalization invariant feature? i ...
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How to plot mean plus/minus standard deviation for histograms?

I have a set of grayscale images, where the pixels may have values in the range $[0, 255]$. From each image, I calculate a histogram, which shows how many pixels have the value $0$, $1$, $2$, and so ...
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How can I quantify the symmetry / asymmetry of this kind of data?

Let's say I have 30 of those pictures http://imgur.com/CaQaPtF I have the numbers (amounts of dots on both sides, e.g. 17 and 19) at hand, alternatively I could also do something with the distances ...
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How to use images as input in machine learning?

There are different machine learning algorithms (neural networks, decision trees, support vector machines and so on). Usually we assume that there is a mapping from vectors to nominal or numeric ...
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What is the difference between LBP and DLBP?

if the Local binary pattern(LBP) is efficient approach why came Dominant local binary pattern(DLBP).i need your help
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kmeans with images CBIR

I have an image database and I want to cluster them to K clusters useing k-means clustering but I didn't know how to start. I know that matlab has a function that do this work but for simple image, ...
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Obtaining a HOG feature vector for implementation in SVM in Python

I am new to sci-kit learn. I have viewed the online tutorials but they all seem to leverage existing data (e.g., digits, iris, etc). I need the information on how to process images so that they can ...
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Feature Extraction for landscape images

I work on a landscape-image database (forests, beaches, landmarks, cities etc.) and I'm trying to find the similarity between them, I don't have labels or any specific classes, I just want to find ...
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Scale-invariant feature transform explanation

How do I explain the scale-invariant feature transform (SIFT) to a layman?
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What are the best packages for Image Processing in R? [closed]

I just have started working on an image processing and classification problem. I am familiar with both R and Python. But I am not much experienced in scikit-learn and scikit-image libraries in Python. ...
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Simple way for histograms classification

I'm trying to classify a histogram. I have 4 classes and I generate 4 histograms (h1, h2, h3 and h4) for each class. Each histogram contains 10 bins (attributes describing an object) on the x-axis and ...
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Appending additional data to learnt autoencoder features

My task is to perform image segmentation / full scene image parsing. I am working on an outdoor dataset which was taken under strict spatial constraints. The images contain fruit on trees and the ...
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How to remove horizontal bar in Hindi word Matlab

I wish to remove the horizontal bar (Shirorekha) from the word to get characters from the following image, for character recognition. Any ideas as to how can I do that. I tried to use Hough ...
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Machine Learning for Image Processing book recommendation

I'm searching a good (and compact) book about multivariate pattern analysis in images with machine learning techniques. I took a machine learning course and used for it the Bishop book but I found it ...
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Trying to find a way to compare the “true” distribution of text in real life to a collection of computer generated text

I have a program that creates images of words for the purpose of training neural architectures for classifying text in image processing. The images are rendered with a number of different factors ...
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Are there shape-matching scores that take into account multiple scales simultaneously?

Say you are determining how well your model of an object matches an image. To score this match, we can use e.g., the cross-correlation coefficient (CCC), giving an overall shape match. This works for ...
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Sampling Methods for Review of Many Hours of Surveillance Video Footage?

I'm curious is anyone has experience with or can point me to some resources for sampling methodology for reviewing surveillance video footage. For example, say we have 6480 hours of video footage (3 ...
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normalization of data points in order to make them adhere to a specified probability distribution (e.g. Normal)

I am doing some preprocessing for a computer vision task. My target is to select a few elements (pixels) containing highest scores according to a metric that I am developing. The values of this metric ...