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EE E4830 Digital Image Processing, Spring 2004 Final Exam May 13, 2004 Thursday 4:10 pm – 6:10 pm Note: 1. There are five problems in this exam. Please label answer for each problem clearly. 2. Please use only the standard blue color exam book. Only answers written on your exam book will be graded. Remember to write your name clearly on the cover page. 3. Open books and notes. Use of calculator is OK. But computers and cellular phones are not allowed. 4. Best luck and have a great summer!
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P.1 (Edge Detection) (15%) Consider the edge model depicted below. Sketch the gradient and Laplacian of the signal. It is not needed to compute exact numerical values in your answer. Plot of approximate shapes of the responses will be sufficient. P.2 (Camera Motion Blur) (20%) Consider a video capturing system shown below. The camera is placed above the object that resides on the x-y plane. The camera moves horizontally in the y-axis direction at a speed of b units per seconds while the object moves horizontally in the
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