BC5902 Image Processing - Model Question Paper Subject Code...

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Model Question Paper Subject Code: BC 5902 Subject Name: Image processing Credits: 4 Marks: 140 Part A (One mark questions) 1. Image processing implies digital processing of any __________ data. a.one-dimensional b. Two-dimensional c. Three-dimensional d.multi-dimensional 2. The field of “digital image processing” refers to the processing of a finite number of elements, each of which has a particular location and value. These elements are referred to as _________ a. Data elements b. point elements c. picture elements d. Graphical elements 3. Which is not the digital image processing broad spectrum applications A .image transmission b. remote sensing via satellites c. storage for business applications d. None of the above
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4. ____ are the foundation for representing images in various degrees of resolution. a. Wavelets b. Compression c. Morphological d. Image enhancement 5. To acquire a digital image _____elements are required. a. 4 b. 2 c. 3 d.5 6. The output of a single imaging sensor is _____ a. Unidirectional Waveform b. Alternating Waveform c. Voltage Waveform d. Square wave Waveform 7. _____ is the most widely used term to denote the elements of a digital image. a. Pixel b. Number c. coordinates d. None 8. ____________ are used to calculate the spatial distance between pixel locations. a. Euclidean distance
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b. Speed measures c. Distance measures d. D4 & D8 Distance 9. GIF stands for a. Graphics Interchange Format b. Graphical Interface Format c. Graphical Interface Function d. Graphics Integrated Format 10. ____ uses a lossy compression method, meaning that the decompressed image isn't quite the same as the original. a.GIF (Graphics Interchange Format ) b. JPEG(Joint Photographic Experts Group) c.TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) d.PNG (Portable Network Graphics) 11. Identify the below formula C = A ᴖ B a. The union of A and B b. The intersection of A and B c. A and B is disjoint d. The difference between A and B 12. In _____ the intensity of the output image decreases as the intensity of the input increases. a. Image Positives b. Image Negatives
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c. Image Enhancement d. Image restoration 13. _____ is used to increase the dynamic range of the gray levels in the image being processed. a.Contrast Range b.Contrast Image c.Contrast Stretching d.Intensity Stretching 14. A _____ is a small 2-D array, in which the values of the coefficients determine the nature of the process. a. Mask b. Fourier Spectrum c. Static Histogram d. Dynamic Histogram 15. _______ process an image with pixel-by-pixel transformation based on the histogram statistics or neighborhood operations. a. Frequency domain methods b. Frequency filtering methods c. Spatial domain methods d. None 16. The values in the filter sub image are referred to as ____ A .Pixel b. coefficients c. Coordination d. Constants
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17. The process of linear filtering is similar to a frequency domain concept called______ a. Mask b. Filter c. convolution d. Kernel 18. operate on neighborhoods, and the mechanics of sliding a mask past an image are the same as was
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course I.T ICc 231 taught by Professor Ramon during the Fall '10 term at Institute of Management Technology.

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BC5902 Image Processing - Model Question Paper Subject Code...

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