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1. 1. Edge Detection of Moving Object CHAPTER NO. 1 INTRODUCTION Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) 1
2. 2. Edge Detection of Moving Object 2 Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Digital Image Processing Digital Image Processing refers to processing of digital images by means of a digital computer. Digital image can be defined as two dimensional function f(x,y) and the amplitude of f at any point gives the gray level or intensity of the image. Image Processing is done in three levels: 􀂾 Low level processing involves primitive operations like noise reduction image sharpening etc. 􀂾 Mid level processing involves partitioning an image into regions or objects. 􀂾 Higher level processing involves “making sense” of an ensemble of recognized objects. Edge detection of moving object comes under mid- level processing. 1.2 Edge Detection Definition of edges - Edges is significant local changes of intensity in an image or video. Edge Detection is a general name for a class of routines and techniques that operate on an image and results in a line drawing of the image. The lines represented changes in values such as cross sections of planes, intersections of planes, textures, lines, and colors, as well as differences in shading and textures. Some techniques are mathematically oriented, some are heuristic, and some are descriptive. All generally operate on the differences between the gray levels of pixels or groups of pixels through masks or thresholds. The final result is a line drawing or similar representation that requires much less memory to be stored, is much simpler to be processed, and saves in computation and storage costs. Edge detection is also necessary in subsequent process, such as segmentation and object recognition. Without edge detection, it may be impossible to find overlapping parts, to calculate features such as a diameter and an area or to determine parts by region growing. Edge detection is a very important area in the field of Computer Vision. Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
3. 3. Edge Detection of Moving Object 3 In the ideal case, the result of applying an edge detector to an image or video may lead to a set of connected curves that indicate the boundaries of objects, the boundaries of surface markings as well as curves that correspond to discontinuities in surface orientation. Thus, applying an edge detection algorithm to an image may significantly reduce the amount of data to be processed and may therefore filter out information that may be regarded as less relevant, while preserving the important structural properties of an image. Edges can be categorized based upon their intensity profiles like step edge, Ramp Edge, Ridge Edge, roof edge. Edge detection can be done in four steps smoothing, Enhancement, Detection and localization. There are many edge detection algorithms Prewitt, Robert, Sobel and canny but the proposed work is done on Sobel Edge detector. Field Programmable Gate Array hardware are becoming more and more important for image processing applications because it can be used to implement almost any digital logic function 1.3 Objective of Seminar. By using different types of Edge detector method find the edge of the moving object. . Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
4. 4. Edge Detection of Moving Object 4 CHAPTER NO. 2 EDGE DETECTION Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
5. 5. Edge Detection of Moving Object 5 Chapter 2 EDGE DETECTION 2.1 Properties of Edges The edges extracted from a two-dimensional image of a three-dimensional scene can be classified as either viewpoint dependent or viewpoint independent. A viewpoint independent edge typically reflects inherent properties of the three-dimensional objects, such as surface markings and surface shape. A viewpoint dependent edge may change as the viewpoint changes, and typically reflects the geometry of the scene, such as objects occluding one another. A typical edge might for instance be the border between a block of red color and a block of yellow. In contrast a line (as can be extracted by a ridge detector) can be a small number of pixels of a different color on an otherwise unchanging background. For a line, there may therefore usually be one edge on each side of the line. 2.2 Types of Edges a. Step edge: the image intensity abruptly changes from one value to one side of the discontinuity to a different value on the opposite side. b. Ramp edge: a step edge where the intensity change is not instantaneous but occur over a finite distance. c. Ridge edge: the image intensity abruptly changes value but then returns to the starting value within some short distance (generated usually by lines). d. Line edge: One dimensional profile of edge is known as line. Fig.2.2:- Typica Edge profile Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
6. 6. Edge Detection of Moving Object 6 2.3 Edge Descriptors a. Edge normal: unit vector in the direction of maximum intensity change. b. Edge direction: unit vector to perpendicular to the edge normal. c. Edge position or center: the image position at which the edge is located. d. Edge strength: related to the local image contrast along the normal. Fig2.3:-Edge Descriptors 2.4 Steps in Edge detection The four steps of edge detection a) Smoothing: suppress as much noise as possible, without destroying the true edges. b) Enhancement: apply a filter to enhance the quality of the edges in the image (sharpening). c) Detection: determine which edge pixels should be discarded as noise and which should be retained (usually, thresholding provides the criterion used for detection). d) Localization: determine the exact location of an edge Edge thinning and linking are usually required in this step. Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
7. 7. Edge Detection of Moving Object 7 2.5Importance of Edge Detection Edge detection is a problem of fundamental importance in image analysis. The purpose of edge detection is to identify areas of an image where a large change in intensity occurs. These changes are often associated with some physical boundary in the scene From which the image Real-time video and image processing is used in a wide variety of applications from video surveillance and traffic management to medical imaging applications. Important features can be extracted from the edges of an image (e.g., corners, lines, curves). Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
8. 8. Edge Detection of Moving Object CHAPTER NO. 3 METHODS OF EDGE DETECTION Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) 8
9. 9. Edge Detection of Moving Object 9 Chapter 3 METHODS OF EDGE DETECTION 3.1 First Order Derivative Method /Gradient Method The gradient method detects the edges by looking for the maximum and minimum in the first derivative of the image. The gradient is a vector which has certain magnitude and direction The Gradient vector is denoted by letter ‘G’ and magnitude & direction is as follow Magnitude- Direction- ∂f  Gx  ∂ x  G[ f (x, y)] =   =   Gy  ∂ f    ∂ y  G = Gx 2 +Gy 2 ≈ Gx + Gy  Gy    Gx  θ = tan −1  (3.1) (3.2) (3.3) Computation of the gradient of an image is based on obtaining the partial derivatives of ∂f/∂x and ∂f/∂y at every pixel location. 3.1.1 Robert Edge Detection Roberts’s operator is a kind of the simplest operator which makes use of partial difference operator to look for edge. Its effect is the best for the image with steep low noise. But the borderline of the extracted image is quite thick using the Roberts operator, so the edge location is not very accurate. Robert operator highlights the region of high special function which often corresponds to edges. Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
10. 10. Edge Detection of Moving Object 10 The mask for Robert operator is obtain using following equation (3.4) (3.5) Here Gx and Gy is Gradient component of x and y component respectively. The ideal 3x3 convolution mask is as follow Fig3.1:- Ideal 3x3 convolution mask Fig3.2:- Masks used by Robert operator In Robert operator the position of the edges is more accurate, but the problem with the short support of the filters is its vulnerability to noise. It also produces very weak response to genuine edges unless they are very sharp. Fig3.3:- original image of jocker Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) Fig3.4:- Robert Edge Detector of image of jocker
12. 12. Edge Detection of Moving Object 12 Example for Sobel operator: Fig3.6:- color picture of a steam engine Fig3.7:- The Sobel operator applied to that image Comparison of the output of the Sobel Operator with that of the Roberts operator Fig3.8:Sobel operator applied to image Fig3.9:Roberts operator applied to image The spurious edges are still present but they are relatively less intense compared to genuine lines. a. Roberts’s operator has missed a few edges. b. Sobel operator detects thicker edges. c. Will become clearer with the final demo. 3.1.3Prewitt Edge Detector Prewitt operator is similar to the Sobel operator and is used for detecting vertical and horizontal edges in images. In Perwitt operator not only edges is detected but also edge due to Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
13. 13. Edge Detection of Moving Object 13 noise get obtained. At each point in the image, the result of the Prewitt operator is either the corresponding gradient vector or the norm of this vector. The Prewitt operator is based on convolving the image with a small, separable, and integer valued filter in horizontal and vertical direction and is therefore relatively inexpensive in terms of computations. On the other hand, the gradient approximation which it produces is relatively crude, in particular for high frequency variations in the image. Using the Prewitt operator can not only detect edge points, but also restrain the noise. They differentiate in one direction and average in the other direction, so the edge detector is less vulnerable to noise. The Prewitt operator was developed by Judith M. S. Prewitt. Formulation: Mathematically, the operator uses two 3×3 kernels which are convolved with the original image to calculate approximations of the derivatives - one for horizontal changes, and one for vertical. If we define as the source image, and and are two images which at each point contain the horizontal and vertical derivative approximations, the latter are Computed as Gx = (Z3+Z6+Z9)-(Z1+Z4+Z7) (3.8) Gx = (Z1+Z2+Z3)-(Z7+Z8+Z9) (3.9) Fig3.10:- Masks used by Prewitt operator Example for Prewitt operator:- Fig3.11:- Original Image without Prewitt operator Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) Fig3.12:- The Prewitt operator applied to that image
14. 14. Edge Detection of Moving Object 14 3.1.4 First Order Derivative Method – Summary a. Noise – simple edge detectors are affected by noise – filters can be used to reduce noise b. Edge Thickness – Edge is several pixels wide for Sobel operator– edge is not localized properly c. Roberts operator is very sensitive to noise d. Sobel operator goes for averaging and emphasizes on the pixel closer to the center of the mask. It is less affected by noise and is one of the most popular Edge Detectors. 3.2 Second Order Derivative Method / Zero Crossing Edge Detector Zero crossing of the second derivative of a function indicates the presence of a maxima .If there is a significant spatial change in the second derivative, an edge is detected. Types is as follow 3.2.1 Laplacian Edge Detector The Laplace operator is named after the French mathematician Pierre-Simon de Laplace. It also called Harmonic Function. The Laplacian of a 2-D function L (x, y) is a second-order derivative defined as (3.10) Masks of size 3×3matrics is obtain by following equation L (x, y) =4z5-( z2+ z4+ z6+ z8) Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) (3.11)
15. 15. Edge Detection of Moving Object 15 Fig3.13:- Masks used by Prewitt operator Properties a) Laplacian is an isotropic operation means it having same magnitude in al direction b) It is cheaper in implementation because only one mask is present. c) It is more sensitive to noise d) There is use of filter Laplace of Gaussian 3.2.2 Laplacian of Gaussian (LoG) It also called Marr-Hildreth Edge Detector. principle used in the Laplacian of Gaussian method is, the second derivative of a signal is zero when the magnitude of the derivative is maximum. The Laplacian is a 2-D isotropic measure of the 2ndspatial derivative of an image. The Laplacian of an image highlights regions of rapid intensity change and is therefore often used for edge detection. The Laplacian is often applied to an image that has first been smoothed with something approximating a Gaussian Smoothing filter in order to reduce its sensitivity to noise. The operator normally takes a single gray level image as input and produces another gray level image as output. a. Defined as (3.12) b. Greater the value of s, broader is the Gaussian filter, more is the smoothing c. Too much smoothing may make the detection of edges difficult d. Also called the Mexican Hat operator As per following steps edge is detected in Laplacian of Gaussian Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
16. 16. Edge Detection of Moving Object 16 Steps a) Smooth the image using Gaussian filter. b) Enhance the edges using Laplacian operator. c) Zero crossings denote the edge location. d) Use linear interpolation to determine the sub-pixel location of the edge. 3.2.3 Difference of Gaussian (DoG) In image science, difference of Gaussian is a feature enhancement algorithm that involves the subtraction of one blurred version of an original image from another less blurred version of the original. −( x 2+ y 2 ) −( x 2+ y 2 2 2 DoG is defined as e 2πσ1 e 2πσ 2 DoG ( x, y ) = − 2 2 2πσ 1 2πσ 2 ) (3.13) Difference of Gaussian Laplacian of Gaussian but difference is that in LoG there is large computation time for a large edge detector mask as compare to DoG Advantage of DoG a. Close approximation of LoG b. Less computation effort c. Width of edge can be adjusted by changing 1 and 2 Example for DoG operator:- Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
17. 17. Edge Detection of Moving Object Fig3.14:- Original Image 17 Fig3.15:- The DoG operator applied to image 3.2.4 Second Order Derivative Method- Summary a. Second Order Derivative methods especially Laplacian, are very sensitive to noise b. Probability of false and missing edges remain c. Localization is better than Gradient Operators 3.3 Optimal Edge Detection Optimal edge detector depending on a. Low error rate – edges should not be missed and there must not be spurious responses b. Localization – distance between points marked by the detector and the actual center of the edge should be minimum c. Response – Only one response to a single Optimal edge Detector contain Canny Edge Detector described as bellow 3.3.1 Canny Edge Detector The Canny edge detector is an edge detection operator that uses a multi-stage algorithm to detect a wide range of edges in images. It was developed by John F. Canny in 1986. Canny's Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
18. 18. Edge Detection of Moving Object 18 aim was to discover the optimal edge detection algorithm. In this situation, an "optimal" edge detector means: Good detection – the algorithm should mark as many real edges in the image as possible. Good localization – edges marked should be as close as possible to the edge in the real image. Minimal response – a given edge in the image should only be marked once, and where possible, image noise should not create false edges. The steps in the Canny edge detector are as follows: a. The first step is to filter out any noise in the original image before trying to locate and detect any edges. And because the Gaussian filter can be computed using a simple mask, it is used exclusively in the Canny algorithm. Once a suitable mask has been calculated, the Gaussian smoothing can be performed using standard convolution methods. b. After smoothing the image and eliminating the noise, the next step is to find the edge strength by taking the gradient of the image. c. The direction of the edge is computed using the gradient in the x and y directions. d. Once the edge direction is known, the next step is to relate the edge direction to a direction that can be traced in an image. e. After the edge directions are known, non-maximum suppression now has to be applied. Non-maximum suppression is used to trace along the edge in the edge direction and suppress any pixel value that is not considered to be an edge. This will give a thin line in the output image. f. Finally, hysteresis is used as a means of eliminating streaking. Streaking is the breaking up of an edge contour caused by the operator output fluctuating above and below the threshold. Example for Canny Edge detector:- Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
19. 19. Edge Detection of Moving Object 19 Fig3.16: Image using Canny edge detector CHAPTER NO. 4 CODING and RESULT Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
20. 20. Edge Detection of Moving Object 20 Chapter 4 CODING and RESULT 4.1 Code Edge detection of video by using Matlab code 1. hVideoSrc = signalblks.MultimediaFileReader('vipmen.avi', ... 'ImageColorSpace', 'Intensity', ... 'VideoOutputDataType', 'Inherit'); 2. hEdge = video.EdgeDetector( ... 'Method', 'Prewitt', ... 'ThresholdSource', 'Property', ... Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
21. 21. Edge Detection of Moving Object 21 'Threshold', 15, ... 'EdgeThinning', true); 3. hAB = video.AlphaBlender('Operation', 'Highlight selected pixels'); 4. WindowSize = [190 150]; 5. hVideoOrig = video.VideoPlayer('WindowCaption', 'Original'); 6. hVideoOrig.WindowPosition = [10 hVideoOrig.WindowPosition(2) WindowSize]; 7. 8. hVideoEdges = video.VideoPlayer('WindowCaption', 'Edges'); 9. hVideoEdges.WindowPosition = [210 hVideoOrig.WindowPosition(2) WindowSize]; 10. 11. hVideoOverlay = video.VideoPlayer('WindowCaption', 'Overlay'); 12. hVideoOverlay.WindowPosition = [410 hVideoOrig.WindowPosition(2) WindowSize]; 13. while ~isDone(hVideoSrc) 14. frame = step(hVideoSrc); 15. edges = step(hEdge, frame); 16. composite = uint8(step(hAB, frame, edges)); % AlphaBlender 17. step(hVideoOrig, frame); 18. % Edge detection % Display original step(hVideoEdges, edges); 19. % Read input video step(hVideoOverlay, composite); % Display edges % Display edges overlayed 20. end 4.2 Result By executing the above mcode following result obtain Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
22. 22. Edge Detection of Moving Object (a) Fig4.1:-(a)original image 22 (b) Fig4.2:-(b)edge image(Prewitt) (c) Fig4.3:-(c)overlay image , CHAPTER NO. 5 APPLICATION Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
23. 23. Edge Detection of Moving Object 23 Chapter 5 APPLICATION APPLICATION Moving object Edge detection is a fundamental task required for many image and video processing applications like: a. Video surveillance b. Medical imaging c. Satellite imaging Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
24. 24. Edge Detection of Moving Object d. Biometric identification e. Automated inspection in industry products etc. CHAPTER NO. 6 CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore) 24
25. 25. Edge Detection of Moving Object 25 Chapter 6: CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES 6.1 Conclusion The Robert edge detector is detecting the edge by using first order derivative. Sobel operator and prewitt operator is somewhat similar. Detecting the edge in thicker and in prewitt presence of noise false edges get detected. Basically first order derivative is more affected by noise as compare other operator. The Laplacian detecting the edge by using zero crossing technique. The LoG is able to reduce noise due to presence of Gaussian filter DoG is similar to LoG only difference is that calculation part get reduces in DoG Basically first order derivative Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
26. 26. Edge Detection of Moving Object 26 is immune to noise but localization is not good. As compare to all operator Canny edge detector is better in noise suppression and edge detection Using edge technique developed a model using Matlab for Edge Detection on Video Processing using Prewitt Edge detector. And it is observed that the edge is detected greatly where large change in intensity variation is found. 6.2 References a. www.google.co.in/.com b. www.mathworks.com c. Image processing using MATLAB: Rafeal C.Gonzalez, Richard E.Woods d. J. Canny, “A computational approach to edge detection,” IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 679-698, Nov. 1986. e. R. C. Gonzalez and R. E. Woods, Digital Image Processing. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2001, pp. 572-585. f. Harris and M. Stephens, “A Combined Corner and Edge Detector,” Proceedings of The Fourth Alvey Vision Conference, Manchester, pp. 147-151, 1988 Dept. of E&TC, PLITMS, Buldana. (By Bhushan M. Deore)
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