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Morphological-Edge Detection Approach for the Human Iris Segmentation

Morphological-Edge Detection Approach for the Human Iris Segmentation

In this study according to the fact that segmentation step is quite prominent for iris recognition framework, we presented a novel approach towards iris segmentation. After we obtained the iris image, then we used pre- processing steps that consists of segmentation, localization, and normalization steps. In segmentation step, we utilized local entropy of the grayscale iris image; then, we created a rough mask; after that we used morphological operators and Otsu method. In the next step which is localization, we applied Canny edge detection method. Then, we omitted the tiny objects morphologically. Afterward, we performed a detection approach for pupil and limbic boundary and we applied morphological operators on the binary iris images. Finally, we utilized connected component labeling method on the binary iris images. Last but not least, in normalization step, in order to achieve a normalized iris image, we employed Duugman rubber sheet model. In the feature extraction step, we uses Haar wavelet transform method for feature extraction step and for our experimental results, we used CASIA-Iris V3 dataset.
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Comparative Study on Different Image Steganography Based Edge Detection Approach

Comparative Study on Different Image Steganography Based Edge Detection Approach

Edge detection of an image reduces the amount of data and filters out useless information, without changing important structural properties in an image. Edge detection is kind of a fundamental concepts which is used for image segmentation. Steganography can be defined as the art and science of invisible communication. This is accomplished through hiding information in other information, thus hiding the existence of the communicated information. Though the concept of steganography and cryptography are the same, but still steganography differs from cryptography. Cryptography focuses on keeping the contents of a message secret, steganography focuses on keeping the existence of a message secret. Steganography is the method for secret communication. The word “Steganography” derives from Greek and it means “cover writing”.Steganography is the art of hiding information within other information in such a way that it is hard or even impossible to tell that it is there. The proposed method has the ability of hiding secret message in a digital color image. In image steganography, many different image file formats exist. For different image file formats, different steganographic algorithms are there. Here we compare between three approach to say that our method shows better results in hiding capacity and detecting the edges partially.
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TEM IMAGES OF MEMBRANES: A MULTIRESOLUTION EDGE-DETECTION APPROACH FOR WATERSHED SEGMENTATION

TEM IMAGES OF MEMBRANES: A MULTIRESOLUTION EDGE-DETECTION APPROACH FOR WATERSHED SEGMENTATION

According to the evaluation of a large number of images, the position of the true positive edges can be considered as equivalent to a manual segmentation and sufficient for our application. We notice that the approach developed has been implemented to be easy and efficient for our TEM images, but it has also been implemented and tested with other tools: by increasing the Gaussian kernel and keeping the window size constant for the multiresolution transform, by performing the gradient transformation with the Prewitt and the Sobel filter…
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Parking Lot Occupancy Tracking Through Image Processing

Parking Lot Occupancy Tracking Through Image Processing

To play into the strength of each method, both were used in parallel on a parking lot. This combined method labeled a parking space occupied if either the color heuristics or edge detection approach deemed the space occupied. Combining the two methods led had the true positives of the color method on darker cars, and the true positives of the edge detection for the lighter vehicles. The combined algorithm was then run on a larger variety of the West Virginia images. The new accuracy averaged 86%, with a typical output found in Figure .
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International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing

In this paper, a novel approach is presented for verification of human ear even after piercing. The approach consists of four stages such as image acquisition, pre-processing, feature extraction and finally ear feature matching. First of all, appropriate threshold value is identified and then ear boundary is detected. Then edge detection is done. Data taken from the ear image is compared with the database. The ear detection algorithm is quite simple and, hence, has low computation complexity.

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Image Segmentation and Edge Detection Using a Neural Networks RBF Approach

Image Segmentation and Edge Detection Using a Neural Networks RBF Approach

International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology (IJARCET) Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014 ISSN 2278 – 1323 All Rights Reserved © 2014 IJARCET 1330 Image Segmentation and E[.]

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An Optimal Approach to Edge Detection Using Fuzzy Rule and Sobel Method

An Optimal Approach to Edge Detection Using Fuzzy Rule and Sobel Method

The edge detection is a difficult contention. The application images contain object boundaries and object shadows and noise. The second cause of problems is degradation in image acquisition. Infrequently it may be difficult to distinguish the exact edge fro m noise or trivia l geo metric features. The fingerprint found at a crime scene might be smeared, so that the tracks of the fingerprint may be connected or broken. Two level edge detection processes are often used since the difficulty of edge estimat ion cannot be effortlessly prevail over from detection operators alone. The first level process, called low-leve l process, extracts pieces of raw edge segments and geometric features, called primitives [22]. They may be incomplete and erroneous. The second level process typically is called high -level process. It will interpret and combine ra w edges based on the edge models or deduction rules fro m a broader image conte xt and a knowledge database. Besides pattern matching and statistical analysis will occur at this level. The second level process tries to stripping the uncertainty or ma ke correct decisions using low level inputs and context. T he more appropriate the low- level input is, the more accurate the high-level process result will be achieved. To measure the quality of low -level process, various criteria a re proposed to help to improve the precision of edge detection.
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An Advance Approach to Select Initial Seed Pixel using Edge Detection

An Advance Approach to Select Initial Seed Pixel using Edge Detection

Biplab Banerjee et al. [4] used Minimum spanning tree (MST) data structure for color image segmentation. The proposed technique first perform (MST) based “natural grouping” of pixel. The MST based natural grouping is used to find the clusters of pixels having similar RGB values. The pixel that is nearest to the center of cluster marked as seed and used for region growing based image segmentation. CIE L*a*b color space based technique proposed by Gracia Ugariza et al. [5] proposed a technique of seed selection. This technique use CIE L*a*b color space to exploit the information obtained from detecting edge in color image. This technique uses color gradient detection technique to cluster pixels without edges. HSV color model for color image segmentation has used by A. V. Anjikar et al. [6]. This technique uses HSV color model for seeds. Seed selection technique uses two type of information: one is non-edge pixels and second is smoothness feature of the pixels. None- edge information used to obtain the pixels that are not on the edges and smoothness provides pixels have similar property that help to form a region of the entire pixel have similar properties.
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A geometric approach to edge detection

A geometric approach to edge detection

Another important step taken in this paper was to show how to use fuzzy input–output rule-based systems such as the Takagi–Sugeno model for edge detection; papers [11]–[15] all use the Mamdani [20] fuzzy system. This can be done in one of three ways: 1) by specification of system parameters (as we did for ); 2) by derivation of optimal coefficients (as was done in [16] for ); or 3) by training a computational learning model using (as was done in [10] for ). Further, we showed how the geometric approach could be used to get model-based IO training data that are needed for learning when method 3) is used. There are many things that can be studied in connection with the TS model. For example, the configuration of the LHS of the rule base affects the edge response and offers something akin to compartmentalized tuneability. The sensitivity of depends on the choice of membership functions for each linguistic variable. Although symmetric triangular functions are convenient, it would be interesting to study how to optimize the number (granularity) and shape of the membership functions that comprise the termsets for each input variable. The firing strength of each rule depends on the T-norm used for intersection. Here we used . There are seven infinite families of -norms and several families of averaging operators that can be used instead [20]. A change in this parameter clearly affects the edge image produced. The training set has obvious drawbacks. can be enriched in a number of ways. For example, windows with values between zero and one
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Small scale navigation in the honeybee: active acquisition of visual information about the goal

Small scale navigation in the honeybee: active acquisition of visual information about the goal

A comparison between the bees’ performance in the tasks of range discrimination (Fig. 1), figure–ground discrimination (Fig. 2) and edge detection (Fig. 3), on the one hand, and their performance in the turn-back-and-look behaviour (Fig. 10), on the other hand, shows that, for actively acquiring depth information, the bee has evolved two distinct strategies that differ from each other with respect to three properties. (i) The role of learning. Whereas modification of flight behaviour requires previous experience with the task at hand, the turn- back-and-look behaviour does not. (ii) The timing of acquisition. In the case of TBL, depth information is acquired on departure, whereas in the other tasks described here it is acquired during the arrival and landing phase. The latter conclusion is derived from the finding that, in the initial phase of training (which coincides with the TBL phase), the bees have not yet learned about the nature of the task. (iii) The use of the information. In range discrimination, figure–ground discrimination and edge detection, depth information is needed on every visit to the feeding site, because otherwise the bee would find neither the goal nor the food. Distance information acquired during the TBL, however, is used only in the initial phase of visiting the novel feeding site. Experienced bees arriving at a familiar food source use the size of the landmark as a cue to distance (Cartwright and Collett, 1979; Lehrer and
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The Sub pixel Edge Detection Based on Improved Zernike Moment for Brain CT Image

The Sub pixel Edge Detection Based on Improved Zernike Moment for Brain CT Image

Classical Zernike moments algorithm fails to consider a point and leads to weak edges and noise sensitive adjacent vertex inconsistencies, in order to compensate for this defect. This paper presents LNOS[7] (Limited Non-Optimal Suppression) method, it is a finite non optimal inhibition. LNOS is based on Canny operator in the non-extreme inhibition of NMS (Non-Maxima Suppression) method, tracking the direction of the edge gradient and inhibits the output image weak edge. LNOS is similar to NMS, but LNOS tends to suppress all points in the neighborhood rather than one direction, and the local optimal parameter instead of the local maximum value of the gradient magnitude LNOS. The implementation steps are as follows:
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Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm for Improving Efficiency of Canny Edge Detection Technique for Images Prof. Divyanshu Rao, Sapna Rai

Ant Colony Optimization Algorithm for Improving Efficiency of Canny Edge Detection Technique for Images Prof. Divyanshu Rao, Sapna Rai

Edge detection refers to the process of extracting edges from the image where there are sudden changes or discontinuities. These extracted edge points from an image provides an insight into the important details in the field of image analysis and machine vision [10]. It acts as a pre-processing step for feature extraction and object recognition [9]. Various techniques are reported in the literature like Sobel [9], Prewitt [3], and Canny [5] detection techniques. However, most of the existing detection techniques use a huge search space for the image edge detection [7]. Therefore, without optimization the edge detection task is memory and time consuming. What is happening in this equal length. Here it is observed that in the initial phase, both paths are having same number of ants and after that one path gets more number of ants than the other. The reason behind this phenomenon is that ants at the very outset select both paths equally. But after some time due to random nature one path gets more preference than the other. As ants are leaving pheromone trails behind, so the path selected by the more number of ants gets more amount of pheromone which further reinforces the selection of that path. This nature of natural phenomenon is in another terms can be described as auto-catalytic or feedback process [1]. This is also explaining the stigmergy i.e., the indirect mode of communication happened due to the modifications in the environment.
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Analysis of Human Knee Joint during MMH Using Soft Computing Technique

Analysis of Human Knee Joint during MMH Using Soft Computing Technique

Multi-stage algorithm in the canny edge detector allow to detect a wide range of edges in images. structural information from different vision objects can be extracted using step edge detection technique and reduce the amount of data to be processed. It has been employed in various computer vision systems. Canny has been proved for the requirements for the application of edge detection on various vision systems are relatively similar. An edge detection is the only solution to address these requirements and can be implemented in a wide range of situations. The general criteria for edge detection includes:
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Evaluating the Most Efficient Edge Detection Technique for Inspection of Chip Resistor

Evaluating the Most Efficient Edge Detection Technique for Inspection of Chip Resistor

ABSTRACT: Identification and dimensional measurement of electronic components are important issues to be considered. A lot of research is going on to increase the liberty in dimensional measurements of the electronic components. It is an efficient method which works on previously acquired images. Electronic components such as IC chips, chip resistors, chip capacitors, chip LEDs etc., are identified by edge detection, colour pattern matching and gauging is used for dimensional measurement of the components. In this paper we have compared different template based and optimal edge detection methods. Various edge detection techniques are evaluated to inspect basic dimensions of Surface mount Chip resistor using machine vision. This paper represents the steps and approach to inspect basic notch dimension of chip resistor by using different edge detection techniques which would be helpful for quality inspection within précised time. Roberts, Sobel and Prewitt are used as template based edge detectors and Marr- Hilderth (LoG) Edge detector, Canny Edge detector and Infinite Symmetrical Exponential Filters (ISEF) are used as optimal edge detectors to find the notch termination dimension with discrepancies of SMD resistor. The results of both optimal edge detection algorithm and template based edge detection algorithms were found similar in this case.
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An IOT Based Vehicle License Plate Recognition Using Object Detection Algorithm In Smart Cities

An IOT Based Vehicle License Plate Recognition Using Object Detection Algorithm In Smart Cities

The technique for automatically detecting license plate consists methods like the horizontal edge detection, the vertical edge detection, the edge statistical analysis, the hierarchical-based license plate location, another method is Morphology-based license plate extraction that which will be described in detail in this section according to the processing order. If an image consists of regions of interest on a contrasting background. But for the image that containing license plate may also include the dynamo and fore-baffle these are the contents which have very strong horizontal edges. These edges have great effect on the license plate location. We can see that vertical edge detector is better than horizontal edge detector in suppressing horizontal noise before vertical edge detection a linear filter is used to smooth the image and apply the illuminance normalization to reduce the influence of light in background. The change of images is very great and good way on the highway which include the lighting change in surrounding change license plate surface change. So choosing the threshold of edge is not random or any other field. It is difficult to distinguish and identify the license plate from the fore lamps. After checking with the character of license plate we choose four different thresholds. The process of determining the candidate regions is step by step. First, points are joined to lines. Then lines are joined to rectangles. Finally, the system the different threshold of the license plate location is regarded as the different scale. The thresholds are 64, 32, 16, 8, which are the first, the second, the third, the forth scale. In the big scale, the number of the FPs is small, the run time of system is little, but the license plate is detected hard. In the low scale, the more FPs, long time, more regions are gotten, but maybe some fake license plates
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Automatic Number Plate Recognition by Using MATLAB

Automatic Number Plate Recognition by Using MATLAB

In this progression, the colour image that contains variety plate of a vehicle is reworked into Gray-Scale. Here scientific morphology is employed to find the areain conjunction with Sobel edge operations that are used to calculate the edge boundary. After this, we tend to get a dilated image. At that time, infill operate is employed to fill the gaps with the goal that we tend to get a reasonable binary image.

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ANALYSIS OF SOBEL  EDGE DETECTION AND CANNY EDGE DETECTION FOR FEATURE EXTRACTION IN MEDICAL IMAGE  RETRIEVAL

ANALYSIS OF SOBEL EDGE DETECTION AND CANNY EDGE DETECTION FOR FEATURE EXTRACTION IN MEDICAL IMAGE RETRIEVAL

Sobel method is useful to perform edge detection. The Sobel operative performs a 2-D spatial gradient measurement on an image and so emphasizes regions of high spatial occurrence that correspond to edges [1]. The operator consists of a couple of 3×3 convolution kernels as shown in Fig.2. One kernel is basically the other rotated by 90°.

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A Performance Comparison of Edge Detection Techniques for Printed and Handwritten Document Images

A Performance Comparison of Edge Detection Techniques for Printed and Handwritten Document Images

ABSTRACT: Document images are becoming more popular in today’s world and being made available over the internet. Information retrieval from the document images becomes a difficult task; it is a challenging problem as it compared with digital texts. Edge detection is an important task in the document image retrieval, it indicates to the process of finding and locating sharp discontinuation of characters in the document images. In this work we have compared six different types of edge detection techniques, Roberts, Sobel, Prewitt, Canny, Laplacian (Zero Cross) and Laplacian of Gussian (LOG) are used to extract edge points from different types of document images. Performance factors are analyzed in terms of processing time and accuracy on the basis of Structural Similarity (SSIM). From the experimental results, it is observed that Laplacian and Roberts edge detection technique found as best among other edge detection techniques.
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Classification of brain disorder using medical imaging

Classification of brain disorder using medical imaging

to precisely localize areas that possess the property. For example, edge detection methods can find out the location of edges in an image but without further processing, do not necessarily extract any region of interest. Motion estimation methods often consist of applying segmentation algorithms to time sequences of images. Texture analysis is an important task in many computer applications of Computer image for classification, detection or segmentation of images based on local spatial patterns of intensity. Textures are replications, symmetries and combinations of various basic patterns, usually with some random variation. The major task in texture analysis is the texture segmentation of an image, that is, to partition the image space into a set of sub regions each of which is homogeneously textured. Automated MRI brain tumor segmentation provides useful information for medical diagnosis and surgical planning. However, it is a difficult task due to the large variance and complexity of tumor characteristics in images, such as sizes, shapes, locations and intensities. So in practice, segmentation of brain tumor continues to depend on manual tracing and delineating. Many image processing techniques have been proposed for MRI brain tumor segmentation. Feature extraction refers to various quantitative measurements of medical images typically used for decision making related to the pathology of a structure or
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Direction based Fuzzy filtering for Color  Image Denoising

Direction based Fuzzy filtering for Color  Image Denoising

corrupted images in image processing applications. During capturing, digital images are polluted by noise and hence they may not show the features or colors clearly. Image filtering is used to remove the noise in an image and improves the contrast to provide better input for various image processing applications. In order to tackle conflicting issues of noise smoothing and edge preservation, this paper presents a novel approach, that is, direction based fuzzy filtering for noise detection and removal.The proposed method uses fuzzy membership functions in order to replace the noisy pixels based on the degree of membership of the neighboring pixels within a sliding window and also preserve the edges by using direction concept. Experimental results shows that our method is very effective and fast for removing impulsive noise while preserving the edges and small or sharp details in the image.
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