This tag is for the mathematics involved in the field of image processing.

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Identifying 3D shape from matrices analytically

I have a set of matrices (a 3D matrix, that represents a quantized body), for instance: (the size 5x5 here is just an example, the real size is a lot higher) $ M_1 = \left[ {\begin{array}{cc} 0 ...
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What is an efficient way to get blur from source and blurred images?

I'm doing little program to get blur from source image and blurred image. But I haven't learned so much things about math in school yet. The equation used for blurring the image A into B: ...
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Reconstructing a ring from a stack of 2D images (radially aligned)

I have a stack of images (about 180 of them) and there are 2 black dots on every single image. Hence, the position(x,y) of the two stars are provided initially. The dimensions of all these images are ...
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A function for forming a closing curve on all points on a 2D image

First of all, this is for image processing. The small circles above is on an image and are my list of points. The points are always in order from p1, p2, p3 to pn. And I am to create a curve that ...
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Scaling a histogram in the face of outliers

I am trying to figure out how to display a histogram of a digital image in the face of massive outliers (lots of shadows, highlights, or lots of anything inbetween). If I simply choose the bin with ...
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Homotopy and watershed

homotopy is a new word to me. Upon trying to understand this property, I immediately think of another well-known segmentation algorithm: watersheds. I see that watershed should exhibit some ...
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How to interpolate between these two points in time?

I have an image which is positioned at (x=0, y=177, scaleW=1.0, scaleH=1.0) at say $t_0$, and I need it to be positioned at (x=35, y=110, scaleW=0.65, scaleH=0.65) at $t_1$. How do I find keyframes in ...
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Why is 8x8 matrix chosen for Discrete Cosine Transform?

In JPEG and MPEG, why is 8x8 matrix chosen for Discrete Cosine Transform? Why not any other, say 64x64?
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Create Fisheye from image

I'm trying to modify a function to create fisheye effect on image (i use a software that permit to modify every single pixel of an image). At the moment i use this function: ...
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VQMT image blurring metric

I would like to know how the MSU - Video Quality measurement tool: here calculates the blur metric. What could be the mathematical computation to calculate blur? I want to do something similar in ...
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Given a point and a set of triangles, what's would be a fast way to find which triangle the point belongs to?

I'm trying to do a piece-wise affine transform in Python. I have one image with a set of points hand marked and another set of points where I wish to "move" my current points and the texture between. ...
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Trouble deriving the Harris Corner Detection

I just started studying a small paper about the Harris Corner Detection. The problem is I don't understand how step 7 is derived from step 6. In step 7 the expression is expanded in a way that we get ...
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find the rotation of one image with respect to other in MATLAB

I have two images. One is the reference image and the other is the rotated version of the reference image. I would like to find what is the angle by which the second image is rotated with respect to ...
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How do I apply a Gaussian Blur (low-pass filter) to an image made up from a set of points?

I have an image encoded in the form of a list of points, like so: ...