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Probabilistic color recognition of an object

I am trying to detect an object using a probabilistic approach. One the main attributes is its overall yellow color, apart from some portions than will reflect white-yellow, depending on ambient ...
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Otsu Segmentation [duplicate]

I tried to do Otsu Segmentation on this Image But I get this following Result I want to segment that first picture using Otsu Method,so what I want to achieve is the "purple cell" in the center.
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Red Blood Cell Color Image Segmentation

I want to segment this Red Blood Cell Image on HSI color space.I want to try the Otsu Method but from what I read that method work only on Grayscale image.Do you have any suggestion for suitable image ...
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Detection of calibration (dummy) stickers

I was looking for some commonly used approaches in computer vision to find the following calibration stickers and I was pretty surprised that I have not found any. I am not sure if I am just googling ...
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deciding priority of SIFT keypoints in image matching

I am using SIFT for object recognition. Assume that the test image is an affine transformation of source image. My aim is to use few keypoints. I got 6000 keypoints for a 512x512 image. Question 1 )...
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How to use optical character recognition program to read coins? [closed]

I had a friend that goes through my pennies trying to find valuable rare pennies. Instead of looking at each one could a optical character recognition program be used to flag coins?
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How to recognize speech bubbles in comic strips (Ideally OpenCV)

I need to recognize speech bubbles to send to OCR and also to know where they are in the strip. How could I do this with OpenCV? I'm using OpenCV 2 and Python 3.6
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Techniques for recognizing white rectangular labels in these pictures? (Ideally OpenCV)

I need to recognize these two types of labels. zBar does recognize some of the barcodes sometimes, but I'd need to catch the ones that it doesn't and detect the label, so I can try and straighten up ...
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Object Recognition: building a system with low resources to recognize an object

Im new at the CV topic. Im dealing with building a system with low resources (raspberry pi 3, Mysql-DBs) to recognize objects and declare if it is in the correct place. Let me explain better... ...
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Haar Training with object Blacked out in Negative Samples

I am wondering if there is any downside to blacking out the target object when it appears in negative samples during Haar Cascades training. Basically, If i want to detect a human nose. Can I just ...
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Video processing to detect a logo in frames

I am trying to detect a TV channel logo inside a video file, so simply given an input .mp4 video, detect if it has that logo present in all (or most) of frames or not (or maybe what percentage of ...
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Improving Template Matching Algorithm for OpenCV

Car detection using OpenCV I am working on a small personal project where i have to know wether an image shown is a car or not. I am using the basic OpenCV python based template matching. Positive ...
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Pattern matching methods: Based on Area and Based on features

Good morning, I'm new to image processing and I'm currently working on a project for pattern matching and OCR more specifically. In the state of art I've found the matching process can be classified ...
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Algo name: detecting elongated shape in 2d image by convolution with directed lines

I am detecting a shape with roughly known orientation (obtained by using Hough line transform) in thresholded binary image by convolving the image with line with that orientation, and counting the ...
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how to show HSV is better choice for my work than RGB colour space

I am using HSV for object detection work. For the report I have to write why I am using HSV colour space instead of RGB colour space. I am trying to show this different by fitting the distribution for ...
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Is image processing impacted by the lens or sensor size of the camera?

We want to configure a system for detecting and tracking basketball shots made. We have control over the cameras, so we can choose anything from a smartphone to a GoPro. Assume the scene is a typical ...
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Multi-scale in Object detection?

I want to ask about MultiScale Object Detection. For the multiscale, if we have an original image do I need to zoom-in at different scales in the image at a particular point or zoom-out at different ...
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How to recognize an object from a small training set of images?

Given a small training set of images (say, around 6 max) of the same object, how to measure how likely is another query image to contain the given object? The training images are "clean", i.e. only ...
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Summed-area table vs Integral image?

I have been going through few research papers around face recognition and I came across two texture extraction algorithms : Summed-area table by Crow et al. ("Summed-area tables for texture mapping",...
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Can I use standard computer vision techniques for images taken in the NIR spectral range?

I'm relatively new in Computer Vision and I need some advice with respect to the general possibilities and shortcomings of images taken in the near infrared (NIR) range. I passed a great deal of time ...
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Blister detection using image processing

I am faced with the task of automatically detecting blisters in industrial gloves. Please see the images below for some positive examples (i.e. images with blisters): We need to detect blister ...
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Detecting objects in real world video feed?

I have an image which consists on an object in a plain black background. This is the reference image of the object. Now, My task is to take a webcam and obtain the video feed and I have to detect if ...
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looking for simplified version of motion capture for simplified situation where objects are solid and have no joint (no internal degree of freedom)

The whole question is about a simplified algorithm for tracking a single solid object which has no joint, with assumption that i have full control on adding some markers in real world to it. For ...
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circle or arc recognition in noisy image

I have an image that is missing the center and contain what seems to be two parts of circles or maybe two arcs. What is a good metric or signal processing approach to use to differentiate between the ...
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Removing noise from dental radiography

I'm working on a project of applying Active Shape Model to locate tooth in dental radiograph. For those familiar with the technique, I'm currently trying to sample along normal vectors for each ...
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Best reference for object size estimation in an image

I'm working on a project where I need to measure the size of a 2D object on a flat surface from an image. I have total freedom to create a reference with any shape and size. The camera I am using is ...
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How to find a noisy line in a picture

Hi I would like to find a line in a noisy image as showed bellow. I tried gabor filter and cany edge detection, but it didn't produce anything usefull. I am looking for lines of specific orientation ...
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How does the PASCAL VOC challenge evaluate the task of object detection?

I fail to understand the evaluation parameters like true positive, false positive and false negative in detection and classification tasks. can anyone help me to figure out what does each of these ...
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How to verify if two images have the same object/content?

I am truly new to computer vision field, but it is fascinating me! I have now a challenge in my hands and I am seeking for mentors/advisers to give me some follow up. My project is: From a picture of ...
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Object detection using several images

how do people combine different information (e.g., RGB and depth image or RGB and thermal image) to make their object detection algorithms better? If the single modality images A and B are perfectly ...
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ImageJ Object Detection within AVI Stack

I am working on a project in which I am attempting to analyze a fish within a petri dish using ImageJ and an AVI clip of the fish under a microscope. My first hurdle is to locate the fish within the ...
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Object detection algorithm

I need detect object in series of pictures. This object has something like nonsymetric relief structure with some irregularities. In this conditions. Light conditions can change from almost dark to ...
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How to calculate performance of your object recognition algorithm and compare results with others?

I am working on a novel object recognition algorithm with BoF implementation for my MSc project and it performs fairly well. I am using it on Caltech101 dataset. I want to compare the results with ...
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How to use ImageNet Database in Matlab [closed]

How to use ImageNet Database in Matlab for object classification or recognition? I didn't find any tutorial which could practically tell me how to train images on ImageNet database and classify the ...
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KLT tracker implementation

I'm working on a object tracker based on KLT algorithm using matlab. Can anybody guide me how I can find the features and calculate the distance in the sequence of the frames? Thanks.
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Machine Vision Techniques for Sign Language Recognition and Interpretation(using Matlab)

I'm currently working on applying Machine Vision methods to sign language interpretation and I'm really overwhelmed with the body of knowledge out there. I've been reading up on object recognition ...
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How to implement HOG with trilinear interpolation by Matlab?

I am studying HOG. I have find the code code1 and code2 about HOG. However, both of them don't implement trilinear interpolation. I have also read some websites, including web1 and web2. I still don't ...
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How do I deal with occlusion, warping, or perspective distortion for object detection

I am using SIFT features for detecting logos in clothes. SIFT is quite powerful, as it is scale invariant, but how do I deal with the problem of occlusion and warping? More specifically, the logos in ...
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What is the ideal type of barcode for paper tickets?

I can use the following type of barcodes in my project: Code 39 Code 128 QR Code Data Matrix PDF-417 They will be printed with standard office printers and with boca printers. It should also be ...
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Object Detection Algorithms

I'm a complete beginner to object recognition. I need to identify and count how many of a certain type of Lego, in a picture full of different pieces of Lego, using MATLAB. The pieces of Lego I need ...
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Why optical flow ? why not tracking

I have a question that might be stupide ! Supposing that I try to detect object moving in a video or human action. Many works are based on optical flow computation. My question is why using OF is ...
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Head detection using HOG and SVM

I am currently trying to detect heads in a sequence of real-footage images and am using HOG feature descriptor and SVM as classifier. Currently I am using Dalal's HOG implementation code in MATLAB ...
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Pyramid Match Kernel: How to fit grid around data points?

I am planning to use Pyramid Match Kernel method for object recognition from depth images: I am going to extract a set of feature vectors $x \in \mathbb{R}^d$ for each object instance and then I want ...
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AGAST vs FAST evaluation

In ~2006 the FAST corner detector was introduced. One of it characteristics is that you have to train a decision tree from some test image in order to learn the types of corners present and relevant ...
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Rectangle detection in “real life” images

I have seen a lot of posts here and on SO and on various websites, using Matlab, OpenCV, name it, on how to detect rectangles in an image. I have done it myself too, using Matlab. My usual steps were: ...
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How to constrain the object detection problem?

How to constrain the object detection problem? It would be tempting to ask for precision such as: "It depends, does it have to be viewpoint invariant, is there going to be viewpoint changes, etc.?" ...
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Template matching or object recognition?

Problem: I have a photo of an object (a manufactured part like the attached photo below), using my Andoird phone camera I want to verify if the object in camera preview matches to the template or not. ...
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Ship detection from aerial image

I have an aerial image, like this I want to detect the outline of the ship without shadow. How can I do it? I tried threshold in both graylevel, RGB and HSV. It doesn't work perfectly.
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Floating point Descriptor evaluation

I have come up with a new descriptor(floating point). I want to evaluate this descriptor against SIFT, GLOH, etc etc. I am using the K. Mikolajczyk, C. Schmid, approach. The method is described in ...
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Ship/Boat Detection

I want to do boat detection in almost real time around 2-3 frames/sec and my computation power is not very high. I want to keep the computations as low as possible. Which is the best method to do it? ...