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DESIGN & MANUFACTURING, JABALPUR

EC611 Image Processing

End Sem November 29, 2013

MM: 100

Note: Write answers to all the parts of a question in continuation.

Time: 3 hours

(a). Log transformation maps ___________ into a __________________.

(b). Power-law curves with ____________ map a narrow range of dark input values into

a wider range of output values.

(c). Higher order bit planes of an image carry __________________________________.

(d). ___________ foreground pixels is equivalent to _________ the background pixels.

(e). Second order derivatives have a stronger response to _________________________.

(f). Image enhancement at any point in an image depends only on the gray level at

that point is referred as _____________.

(g). The __________ fills small holes & cracks and adds layers to objects in a binary

image.

(h). Curvature of a boundary is invariant to _____________.

(i). ______________ must be done prior to the use of derivatives in noisy images.

(j). The language of morphology is __________.

2. [5 x 1 = 5 marks] What do you understand by:

(a). Contrast stretching

(b). Blind spot

(c). Eccentricity

(d). Zero-crossing

(e). Safe RGB colors

3. [5 x 1 = 5 marks]

(a). Find the number of bits required to store 256 x 256 image with 32 gray levels.

(b). How many different shades of gray are there in a color RGB system in which

each RGB image is an 8-bit image?

(c). List some hardware oriented color models.

(d). When you enter a dark theater on a bright day, it takes an appreciable interval

of time before you can see well enough to find an empty seat. Which of the

visual process plays role in this situation?

(e). What is maximum filter?

4. [5 x 2 = 10 marks]

(a). The 8-directional chain code of an object is given as 788770312. What is the

object perimeter?

in frequency domain?

(c). Write the properties of cosine transform.

(d). What is Hue and saturation?

(e). With reference to the following figure, sketch the set (AB) U (A U B)c).

5. [4 x 5 = 20 marks]

(a). Suppose we apply lowpass filtering on an image with a Gaussian lowpass filter

and then highpass filtering the result with a Gaussian highpass filter. Do you think

the result would have been different if the order of the filtering process had been

reversed?

(b). Give expressions for the sets shown shaded in the following figure:

(d). In a simple RGB image, the R, G, and B component images have the horizontal

intensity profiles shown in the following diagram. What color would a person see

in the middle column of this image?

6. [7 x 5 = 35 marks]

(a). What effect would setting to zero the lower-order bit planes have on the

histogram of an image in general?

(b). Find an expression for the signature of a rectangle boundary and plot this

signature.

(c). What is Quadtree? How can you use the quadtree for segmentation? Discuss

how the gray level variance can be used to test the homogeneity in an image.

(d). Opening never results in identical reconstruction of the objects to which it is

applied. Comment.

(e). Consider the image segment shown:

3

1(q)

(p) 1

Let V = {0, 1} and compute the lengths of the shortest 4-, 8-, and m-path

between p and q. If a particular path does not exist between these two points,

explain why.

(f). Suppose you have been given two Fourier spectra of the same image. One is

obtained corresponding to the original image, and the other one is obtained

after the image was padded with zeros. How these two spectra would differ to

each-other.

(g). Consider a basic approach to approximate a discrete derivative in the form of

difference in x and y directions;

i.e. g(x, y) = f (x, y) - f (x + 1, y) + f (x, y) - f (x, y + 1).

Obtain the filter transfer function, H (u, v), for performing the equivalent process

in frequency domain.

7. [7 marks]

Consider a simple 4 x 8, 8-bit image:

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

21 21 21 95 169 243 243 243

(a). Compress the image using Huffman coding.

(b). Compute the compression achieved and the effectiveness of the Huffman

coding.

8. [8 marks]

The implementation of linear spatial filters requires moving the center of a mask

throughout an image and, at each location, computing the sum of products of the

mask coefficients with the corresponding pixels at that location. In case of lowpass

filtering, all coefficients are 1, allowing use of a so-called box-filter algorithm which

consists of updating only the part of the computation that changes from one

location to the next.

(a). Formulate an efficient strategy for an n x n filter, showing the nature of the

computation involved and the scanning sequence used for moving the mask

around the image.

(b). The ratio of the number of computations performed by a brute-force

implementation to the number of computations performed by the box-filter

algorithm is called the computational advantage. Obtain the computational

advantage in this case and plot it as a function of n for n > 1.

Assume that the image has an outer border of zeros that is thick enough to allow you

to ignore border effects in your analysis.

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