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In this section we discuss a variety of symbolic and symbolic-related neighborhood operators in a way that emphasizes their common form (Haralick. Finally. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Computer and Robot Vision, Vol. I+II. R. Haralick, L.G. Shapiro, Addison-Wesley Robot Vision a PDF copy of the slides. - the problem sheets for the.

Each neighborhood that contains the given pixel has a mean and variance. In this way the selected-neighborhood averaging operator will never average pixels across an edge boundary. We consider first the case of additive noise. Letting Z denote the observed pixel value. Let To determine the minimizing a and 3.

In our description we fix on a particular pixel and let Y denote its value. The random value that Y takes as it differs from the mean is not regarded as noise.

Certainly it will not be a neighborhood that contains a step edge. The noise random variable E and the image random variable Y are assumed uncorrelated. Its mean is assumed to be 0. It is simply regarded as the way in which an image pixel naturally varies from its mean.

Both py and u: Let I: Here the true image is regarded as constituting a set of random variables-one at each pixel. If this is the case. Lee says that the problem is to determine an estimate Y of Y on the basis of Z. Constraining this estimate to be. The mean of the random variable Y is denoted by py. The observed image is modeled as the true image perturbed by noise. We seek a least mean square estimate Y of Y from the observed Z.

Not all noise is additive. We take these to be the true mean and variance: Here the observed Z can be represented as where the expected value of [ is 1. Under low light conditions. In the case of stationary non-signaldependent noise. To use this estimate. It is reasonable to take it to be known. Uniform Gaussian Salt and pepper Varying noise The noise energy varies across the image.

For our experiments we used an image of blocks. In our implementation the salt and pepper noise generation was done i for by specifying the minimum gray value i- and the maximum gray value.

The bottom left portion is corrupted with salt and pepper noise while the bottom right portion is corrupted with varying noise. Experiments In this section we describe the performance of the noise-removal techniques outlined previously. The top left portion is corrupted with additive uniform noise. The top right portion is corrupted with additive Gaussian noise.

In order to study effectively the performance of each noise-removal technique relative to the noise type. Kuan et al. Assuming that u is a uniform random variable in the interval [O.

Lee makes a linearizing assumption. Schrciber suggests that reasonable values f o r k are between and the larger values providing the greater amount of sharpening. Roqenfeld calls this technique unsharp masking. Sharpening The simplest neighborhood operator method for sharpening or crispening an image IS to subtract from each pixcl some fraction of the neighborhood mean and then scale the result.

On the other hand. Thus we have a neighborhood operator defined by Wallis suggested a form of unsharp masking that adjusts the neighborhood brightness and contrast toward given desired values.. The Wallis neighborhood operator is defined by where pd is the desired neighborhood mean.

They also indicate that after one or two applications of the extremum sharpening operator. The Wallis operator can be put in the median mode as well by replacing ji with zdun. More formally. Define zmin z by and. For this operator to be effective.

C otherwise Kramer and Bruckner used the extremum-sharpening operator in a character recognition application. The output value i.. Reasonable values for A range from 3 to 25 and for a from 0 to 0. A is a gain or contrast expansion constant governing the degree to which the neighborhood variance is adjusted toward the desired variance. Morgenthaler and Rosenfeld I.

Hence we use the word edge to refer to a place in the image where brightness value appears to jump. He used two 2 x 2 masks to calculate the gradient across the edge in two diagonal directions Fig. Letting r. Prewitt used two 3 x 3 masks oriented in the row and column direction Fig. Brooks Edge detection must then involve fitting a function to the sample values. Zucker and Hurnme1 On an image we often point to a region and say it is brighter than its surrounding area.

Letting p be the value calculated from the first mask and p2the value calculated from the second mask. Hueckei Roberts and Sobel explain edge detectors in terms of fitting as well. Haralick Prewitt From this point of view. We might then say that an edge exists between each pair of neighboring pixels where one pixel is inside the brighter region and the other is outside.

Jumps in brightness value are associated with bright values of first derivative and are the kinds of edges that Roberts originally detected. Such edges are referred to as step edges. One clear way to interpret jumps in value when refemng to a discrete array of values is to assume that the array comes about by sampling a real-valued function f defined on the domain of the image that is a bounded and comected subset of the real plane R2.

Sobel used two 3 x 3 masks oriented in the row and column direction Fig. Haralick and Watson l. Here "significantly different" may depend on the distribution of brightness values around each pixel. In this section we review other approaches to edge detection. Letting s. We also discuss zerocrossing edge operators. The finite difference typically used in the numerical approxirnation of first-order derivatives is usually based on the assumption that the function f is linear.

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We begin with some of the basic gradient edge operators. The edge contour direction is defined as the direction along the edge whose right side has higher gray level values and whose left side has lower gray level values.

To simplify computation. From this discussion it might appear that one can simply design any kind of vertical and horizontal difference pattern and make an edge operator. So first we explore four important properties that an edge operator might have: Robinson used a compass template mask set having values of only 0. Frei and Chen used a complete set of nine orthogonal masks to detect edges and lines as well as to detect nonedgelike and nonlinelike neighborhoods.

As before. The Robinson and Kirsch compass operators detect lineal edges Fig. Gradient magnitude and direction are computed as for the Kirsch operator. The edge contour direction is 90" more than the gradient direction.

In actual practice. Two of the nine are appropriate for edge detection Fig. Nevatia and Babu use a set of six 5 x 5 compass template masks Fig.

For gradient direction and magnitude we suppose. For such a linear gray level intensity surface.

The gradient direction 8 computed by the operator satisfies which is precisely the correct value Both edge contour and gradient directions are indicated. T e white boxes show pixels with low values.

White boxes indicate pixels with high values. Compass edge operator with maximal response for edges in the indicated direction. To determine the properties of an edge operator for edge direction and contrast. Hence we see that the choice of the Prewitt. In other words. When u. Al points on the bright side of the edge have the same value H.

The model we choose is the step edge. We assume that a straight step edge passes directly through the center point of the l center pixel of the 3 x 3 neighborhood. Using this edge model. Hence for pixels on or near the edge boundary.

W assume a model in e which each pixel value is the convex combination of the high and low values. From simple trigonometry the areas V and W are given by When 0 5 tan0 5 i. Related analyses can be found in Deutsch and Fram Ikonomopoulos develops a local operator procedure that also uses orientation consistency to eliminate false edges from among the detected edges.

So the slight dependency on edge direction causes the constant to be off by no more than 4. Each edge-labeled pixel in the resulting edge-labeled image is guaranteed to have some neighboring edge-labeled pixel whose directional orientation is consistent with its own. In contrast. Hancock and Kittler use a dictionary-based relaxation technique. Bowker describes an early use of edge orientation information. The technique can be iterated by using the output edge-labeled image as the input edge-labeled image for the next iteration.

Check each one of its eight neighbors to see if it has at least one edge-labeled neighbor whose direction orientation is consistent with its own orientation. If it is high enough. The basic idea of the edge detection technique with enforced orientation consistency is to examine every pixel labeled an edge pixel on the input image.

If the gradient magnitude is smaller than a threshold. The true edge contrast is H -L. If so.

Although the magnitude is used for detection purposes. For the case of the compass edge operators. Davies The iterations can continue until there are no further changes. To detect an edge with a gradient edge operator. Both a gradient magnitude and a gradient direction can be associated with each edge pixel. It is always consistent for an edge-labeled pixel to be adjacent to a non-edge-labeled pixel. For the Prewitt operator the maximum difference between the computed edge direction and the true edge direction is 7.

If only edge pixels with orientation directions of between 0" and 22" are selected. L and 1. The isotropic generalization of the second derivative to two dimensions is the Laplacian. Such operators are called zero-crossing edge operators. It is easy to verify that if I r. It is easy to see from the equation relating the k. The place where the first derivative of the step is maximum is exactly the place where the second derivative of the step has a zero crossing.

The Laplacian of a function I r. If we multiply the weights of Fig. The general pattern for the computation of an isotropic digital Laplacian is shown in Fig. The way they work can be easily illustrated by the onedimensional step edge example shown in Fig. The various 3 x 3 masks that correctly compute the digital Laplacian have different performance characteristics under noise.

Suppose that the values in a local 3 x 3 neighborhood can be modeled by Figure 7. As we have seen with the previous edge operators. Using the Lagrangian multiplier solution technique. Since convolution is an associative and commutative operation. The central negative area of the kernel is a disk of radius f i u. Of course different noise models will necessitate different weights for the digital Laplacian mask. The values of a and b that minimize the variance of the Laplacian can then be determined easily.

Marr and Hildreth suggest using a Gaussian smoother. The resulting operator is called the Laplacian of Gaussian zero-crossing edge detector. If the noise variance is constant. A pixel is declared to have a zero crossing if it is less than -t and one of its eight neighbors is greater than t. If this noise model is independent.

From our discussion of variance of the 3 x 3 digital Laplacian. Once the image is convolved with the Laplacian of the Gaussian kernel. To determine the optimal mask values. It appears that this kind of minimum-variance optimization for smoothed images has not been utilized.

AU the evaluation metrics. These include Deutsch and F h Now add a noise image having variance a2. Several comparisons have been made between edge detectors and evaluations of edge detector performance.

Then to generate a single pixel-wide edge. This figure divided by the total number of edge pixels that would ideally be detected is the misdetection rate. For an edge detector that is properly designed. Kitchen and Rosenfeld a and b. We denote this probability by Prob edge is detected in direction 8. To determine the misdetection rate. Bryant and Bouldin Peli and Malah Delp and Chu It will be a function of noise variance a2. To determine the false-alarm rate. For colored noise this random image can be smoothed with a small-sized box or Gaussian smoothing filter.

Run the edge detector on the noisy edge image and count the number of edge pixels not detected. The edge detector can be run on these images. Generate an ideal image with a long step edge of contrast C and orientation 8. Then each edge detector will be associated with this detection probability. Pratt and Abdou This edge operator has come to be known as the Canny operator. The performance characteristics of an edge operator can easily be determined empirically by the following kind of experiment.

For an edge contrast of C in a direction 8 on an image where the noise has standard deviation a. Its various implementations differ in the details of the establishment of the gradient direction. The misdetection rate PM 1 minus the detection rate. Line Detection A line segment on an image can be characterized as an elongated rectangular region having a homogeneous gray level bounded on both its longer sides by homogeneous regions of a different gray level.

For a bright line the different gray levels of the side level have lower values than the center elongated region containing the bright line. Different line segments may differ in width. The width along the same line segment may also vary. Vanderburg suggests a semilinear line detector created by a step edge on " Flgun 7. A general line detector should be able to detect lines in a range of widths.

For a dark line the different gray levels of the side regions have higher values than the center elongated region containing the dark line. One-pixel-wide lines can be detected by compass line detectors.

For lines two pixels in width. Adding Gaussian noise with standard deviation from 1 to 21 by 4. The smoothing has the effect of changing the gray level intensity profile across a wide line from constant to convex downward.

Another way to handle wider lines is to use a greater sampling interval. Using the template masks shown in Fig. As long as the regions at the sides of the line are larger than two pixels in width.

The template masks compare gray level values from the center of the line to values at a distance of two to three pixels away from the center line. Larger-width lines can be accommodated by even longer interval spacings. Generate and examine the appearance of the following noisy images obtained by independently distorting each pixel of an image of a real scene by the following methods: Distorting the image with multiplicative noise by multiplying each pixel value with a uniform random variable in the range [0.

His qualitative experiments indicated that the semilinear line detector performs slightly better than the linear line detector of Fig. Adding replacement noise means choosing a fraction p of pixels of the image at random and replacing their values with random values within the range of the image values.

Show that if w. Template masks for eight directions are shown in Fig.

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One possible way of handling a variety of line widths is to condition the image with a Gaussian smoothing. For lines that have a width greater than one pixel. For lines three pixeIs or more in width. On the basis of the general form. In the flat model. To actually carry out the processing with the observed digital image requires both a model that describes what the general f r of the surom face would be in the neighborhood of any pixel if there were no noise and a model of what any noise and distortion.

We can then use these estimates in a variety of ways. In Section 8. Graham and Prewitt were the first to adopt this point of view. Given a noisy. In the sloped model. Processing of the digital image for conditioning or labeling must first be defined in terms of what the conditioning or labeling means with respect to the underlying gray level intensity surface.

The observed digital image is a noisy. The commonly used general forms for the facet model include piecewise constant flat facet model. Section 8. Relative Maxima To illustrate the facet model principle. The squared fitting error e?. Then we analytically determirie if the fitted quadratic has a relative maximum close enough to the origin.

Relative maxima are defined to occur at points for which the first derivative is zero and the second derivative is negative. Section To find the relative maxima. We take [. We can compute the expected value and variance for b and e.. In this casc the computed variates d an9 P are normally distributed.

Having determined that we can ask questions relating to the probability of missing a peak. Hence 6 and t are uncorrelated. One such question has the form: What is the probability that the estimated t is greater than zero.. The facet parameter estimates are obtained independently for the central neighborhood of each pixel on the image. In a similar manner. By doing so. O in its central neighborhood. What is the probability that a e estimated t is less than zero.

To limit the probability of false maxima. We assume that the coordinates of the given pixel are 0. In general.

We will assume that q is noise having mean 0 and variance u2 and that the noise for any two pixels is independent. We also assume that for each r. In this case pixel centers will have coordinates of an integer plus a half. Taking the partial derivatives of c2 and setting them to zero results in Without loss of generality.

When the number of rows and columns is even. When the number of rows and columns is odd. Examining the squared error residual c2. The next section discusses the use of the estimated facet parameters for peak noise removal. This indicates that the gray level spatial statistics are important. Note that the use of the deleted neighborhood makes this facet approach different from that used earlier.

Facet-Based Peak Noise Removal A peak noise pixel is defined as a pixel whose gray level intensity significantly differs from those of the neighborhood pixels. This means that can be used as an unbiased estimator for u2. Let n be the number of pixels in the neighborhood N. Let N be a set of neighborhood pixels that does not contain the center pixel. It is difficult to judge that the center pixel in part b is peak noise. Figure 8. In order to measure the difference between a pixel and its neighbors.

We should note here that peak noise is judged not from the univariate rnargmal distribution of the gray level intensities in the neighborhood but from their spatial distribution.

By choosing this neighborhood. In Fig.

The least-squares procedure determints h. O is given by g r. The minimizing h. Proceeding as before. Hence images that can have large values of K have very smoothly shaped.

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Hence if we consider the gray levels as composing a surface above the resolution cells of the facet. O and 7. O is not peak noise. The center pixel is judged to be a peak noise pixel if a test of the hypothesis g 0.

Hence has mean 0 and variance 1. The shape constraint is also simple: Each facet must be sufficiently smooth in shape. We assume that each region in the image can be exactly represented as the union of K x K blocks of pixels.

Let TN The gray levels in each facet must be a polynomial function of the rowcolumn coordinates of the pixels in the facet. A reasonable value for p is. Thus the iterated sloped facet model would be an appropriate description of this specialized facet model. Hence has a t-distribution with N. Iterated Facet Model The iterated model for ideal image data assumes that the spatial domain of the image can be partitioned into connected regions calledfacets.

Under the hypothesis that g 0. The value of K associated with an image means that the narrowest part of each of its facets is at least as large as a K x K block of pixels. Each resolution cell is contained in K 2different K x K blocks. The output gray value is then the mean value of the block having the smallest variance Tomita and Tsuji. For the flat facet model.

The gray leveI distribution in each of these blocks can be fit by a polynomial model. One of the K 2blocks has the smallest error of fit. In the iterated sloped facet model. The sloped facet model relaxation procedure examines each of the K2. For each block. For any r. Region gray level constraint: Shape region constraint: The procedure has been proved to converge Haralick and Watson.

The iterations generate images satisfying the facet form.. K x K blocks to which a pixel r. In a coordinated and parallel manner. The facet model suggests the following simple nonlinear iterative procedure to operate on the image until the image of ideal form is produced.

For the sloped facet model. Set the output gray value to be that gray value fitted by the block having the smallest error of fit. An observed image J differs from its corresponding ideal image I by the addition of random stationary noise having zero mean and covariance matrix proportional to a specified one. To make these ideas precise. Let the fit of the block having the smal! The output gray value at pixel r.

To do this. One of the K x K blocks will have the lowest error. If the pixel's position is i. Each mask must be normalized by dividing by This is the basis for gradient-based facet edge detection.

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When such a neighborhood is fitted with the sloped facet model. The gradient magnitude will be proportional to the gray level jump. Prewitt used a quadratic fitting surface to estimate the parameters a and fl in a 3 x 3 window for automatic leukocyte cell scan analysis. Hueckel used the fitting idea with low-frequency polar-form Fourier basis functions on a circular disk in order to detect step edges.

The idea of fitting linear surfaces for edge detection is not new.

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O'Gorrnan and Clowes discussed the general fitting idea. A small neighborhood on the image that can be divided into two parts by a line passing through the middle of the neighborhood and in which all the pixels on one side of the line have one gray level is a neighborhood in which the dividing line is indeed an edge line.

In this case the boundary between object parts will manifest itself as jumps in gray level between successive pixels on the image. Roberts employed an operator commonly called the Roberts gradient to determine edge strength in a 2 x 2 window in a blocks-world scene analysis problem.

A discussion of how the facet model can be used to determine zero crossings of second directional derivatives as edges can be found in Section 8. Of course. Such edge detectors are called gradient-based edge detectors. Sharp discontinuities can reveal themselves in high values for estimates of first partial derivatives.

Merb and Vamos used the fitting idea to find lines on a binary image. There are other kinds of edge detectors.

The locations are estimated analytically after doing function approximation. Hence it is reasonable for edge detectors to use the estimated gradient magnitude as the basis for edge detection. The fact that the Roberts gradient arises from a linear fit over the 2 x 2 neighborhood is easy to see.

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N , for example, could be five pixels Fig. For a pixel whose row, column position is r,c , we let N r,c designate the set of the neighboring pixel positions around position r ,c For example, depending on the neighborhood operator, N r,c could include only one neighbor; it could include the nearest four neighbors; it might consist of an M x M square of neighbors Neighborhood Operators Figure 6.

Letting f designate the input image and g the output image, we can write the action of a general nonrecursive neighborhood operator 4 as the notation f r',cl : rf,c' E N r , c meaning a list of the values f r ' , c f for each of the r',cl E N r , c in a preagreed-upon order that the notation itself suppresses.

One common nonrecursive neighborhood operator is the Zinmr operiztor. The most common nonrecursive neighborhood operator is the kind that is employed uniformly on the image.

Its action on identical neighborhood spatial configurations is the same regardless of where on the image the neighborhood is located.

This kind of neighborhood operator is called shift-invariant or position invariant. That is, the result of a shift-invariant operator on a translated image is the same as translating the result of the shift-invariant operator on the given image. To see this, suppose the translation is by r,, c,. Then the translation of the given image f r ,c is f r - r,, c - co , and the translation of the result g r ,c is g r - ro,c - co , where Consider the translation of the result: g r - ro,c - c, Make a change of dummy variables.

Their equality states that the result of a shift-invariant operator on a translated image is the same as translating the result of the shift-invariant operator on the given image. Compositions of shift-invariant operators are also shift-invariant.Assuming again a uniform prior. Notlce rhat as rhc false-alarm rate decreases. Generate an ideal image with a long step edge of contrast C and orientation 8.

The inverse of a matrix that can be represented as a Kronecker product is the Kronecker product of the inverses.

Using the tensor product technique also described. Shapiro, Computer and.

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