ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing - I
Santa Clara University
Fall 2016
PROJECT PART 1
Report by,
Karthick Phillip Nagarajan
W1263110.
Abstract: This report shows how the 2 most important Image Processing Operations,
Thresholding and Edge detection is us
ELEN 640
DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING- I
PROJECT PART 3
Fall - 2016
Abstract
After completion of parts 1 and 2, we take a step back and approach all the
problems from the perspective of a system designer. The report analyzes the
methods used in the first 2 pa
METHOD 1 - HOUGH TRANSFORM:
Hough transform is a feature extraction technique which detects circles. The circle candidates
are produced by voting in the Hough parameter space and then select the local maxima in a so-called
accumulator matrix.
Voting:
Voti
ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 8 Solutions
due Friday, 2 December 2016
1.
In MATLAB, read the following three grey-scale images: cameraman.tif, cell.tif, and eight.tif.
For images in which the number of rows and/or columns is even, make it
ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 7
due Thursday, 10 November 2016
1. Download the three color images 4.2.07, peppers, 4.2.06, sailboat, and 4.1.05, house, from the USC
image database: http:/sipi.usc.edu/database/database.php?volume=misc. For
ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 5 Solutions
due Thursday, 27 October 2016
1. Use the 1x3 template function w = [ 1, 2, 3] for the following.
a.) Compute the correlating values with the following four functions and compare the results. Which
ELEN 640, COEN 340 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 2 Solutions
due Thursday, 6 October, 2016
1. Find the following image values for the MN image f(m,n) where M=N=8. If 5 bits of gray level are
used, describe the display for each image and find the h
ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 4 Solutions
due Thursday, 20 October 2016
Mean and median filtering
Create the following 25x25 test image for problems 1 and 2:
f(m,n) for 0 m 24, 0 n 24, is equal to 50 everywhere except:
These pixels are eq
ELEN 640, COEN 340 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 3 Solutions
due Thursday, 13 October 2016
1. Which of the following filters is separable? For the ones that are separable, find the values for the
filter that filters along rows and the values for t
ELEN 640, COEN 340 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 1 Solutions
due Thursday 29 September 2016
1. A one dimensional image capturing system has continuous input image source f(x) and an
image sample spacing of 1. Compare the images obtained from two t
ELEN 640 - Digital Image Processing I
Homework 5
due Thursday, 27 October 2016
1. Use the 1x3 template function w = [ 1, 2, 3] for the following.
a.) Compute the correlating values with the following four functions and compare the
results. Which gives the
Binary, other base numbers
To convert to base n:
1. Divide number by n, yielding output O and reminder R. This is the least significant digit.
2. Divide O by n, which yields output O_1 and remainder R_1. This is the second least significant bit.
3. Repeat
Working with delays:
The No Delay (ND) line is the output if there were no delay at all.
Transport Delay (TD) output takes the ND output and duplicates it one propagation delay unit later.
Finally, for Inertial Delay (ID) the output needs to be investi
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #6:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Logistics
Office hours: no Friday office hours either next week will be normal
Homework:
HW1 solutions emailed last night (to all that submitted HW1)
HW2 posted this af
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #4:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
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Logistics
Questionnaire: All but one
Registrations complete got a full 36 in the class
Homework: HW1 due Wed. via PDF through Camino
Quizzes:
Quiz 1 today
Quiz 2 next
Handout 18
ELEN21/COEN21: Fall 16
11/4/2016
ELEN21/COEN21: HW #6 (100 points) SOLUTIONS
Submissions should be a PDF made via Camino. I do not expect typed or nicely formatted HW. Scans of
handwritten assignments are completely acceptable (and, frankly, ex
Handout 9
ELEN21/COEN21: Fall 16
10/14/2016
ELEN21/COEN21: HW #3 (100 points) SOLUTIONS
Submissions should be a PDF made via Camino. I do not expect typed or nicely formatted HW. Scans of
handwritten assignments are completely acceptable (and, frankly, ex
Handout 19
ELEN21/COEN21: Fall 16
11/4/2016
ELEN21/COEN21: HW #7 (100 points) DUE THU NOV 11, 2016 at 11:59PM
Submissions should be a PDF made via Camino. I do not expect typed or nicely formatted HW. Scans of
handwritten assignments are completely accept
Handout 15
ELEN21/COEN21: Fall 16
10/28/2016
ELEN21/COEN21: HW #5 (100 points) SOLUTIONS
Submissions should be a PDF made via Camino. I do not expect typed or nicely formatted HW. Scans of
handwritten assignments are completely acceptable (and, frankly, e
Handout 12
ELEN21/COEN21: Fall 16
10/21/2016
ELEN21/COEN21: HW #4 (60 points) SOLUTIONS
Submissions should be a PDF made via Camino. I do not expect typed or nicely formatted HW. Scans of
handwritten assignments are completely acceptable (and, frankly, ex
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #15:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Quiz 4
2
Quiz 4 Solutions
1) (4 points) Based on the design for the adders designed in HW4 (shown below), label all
inputs, outputs, and intermediate wires of the four-bi
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #13:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
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Logistics
Homework:
HW4 due Friday at 11:59pm (only one late day allowed no later than Saturday)
HW5 will be assigned on Friday PM and due next Thursday (back to the re
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #18:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
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Quiz 5
2
Quiz 5 Solutions
1) (4 points) Given one 4-to-1 MUX and access to the input variables (A,B,C) and their
complements and no other logic gates - implement , , = (,
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #22:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Logistics
Homework:
HW5 Results: Mean: 81.0; Median: 83.0; Range: 35-99 (out of 100)
HW6: Grader shooting for end of the week
HW7: due Friday, 11/11 1 late day allowed
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #12:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
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Logistics
Homework:
HW3 due last night only 1 late day allowed meaning, no later than tonight at 11:59pm!
HW4 a short HW will be assigned on 10/17 AFTER the first midte
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #16:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Logistics
Homework:
HW3 graded: Mean: 87.0; Median: 88.0; Range: 65-100 (one 0 not included in the averages)
HW4 not graded yet.
HW5 due tomorrow at 11:59pm
Quizzes:
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #17:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Logistics
Homework:
HW4 not graded yet.
HW5 due last night at 11:59pm (late days allowed through Sat. PM)
HW6 will be assigned tonight (posted by Sat. AM)
Quizzes:
Q
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #19:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
1
Logistics
Homework:
HW4 Graded: Mean: 47.5; Median: 48.8; Range: 19.5-59 (out of 60)
HW5: grader is working on it
HW6 due Thursday at 11:59pm
Quizzes:
Quiz 5 Results:
ELEN21/COEN21:
Digital Design
Lecture #21:
Prof. Bob Schaffer
MWF: 9:15am-10:20am
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Quiz #6
2
Quiz #6 Solutions
1) (3 points) How many manufacturer connections (in the HW these were represented as Xs
with circles around them) would be present in a 32x4 R