Thursday, August 29, 2013

Noise removal from foreground and background area in an image using opencv (python)



import cv2
import numpy as np

# To display a single image in a window
# Window is destroyed on pressing any key
def display(windowName, image):
  cv2.namedWindow(windowName, 1)
  showtime(windowName, image)
  cv2.waitKey(0)
  cv2.destroyAllWindows()

# Read image
img = cv2.imread('imagename.jpg')
# Convert to grayscale image
gray = cv2.cvtColor(img,cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)
display('gray', gray)
# Convert to binary image
ret,thresh = cv2.threshold(gray,0,255,cv2.THRESH_BINARY_INV+cv2.THRESH_OTSU)
display('binary', thresh)

# noise removal
# to remove any small white noises use morphological opening
kernel = np.ones((3,3),np.uint8)
opening = cv2.morphologyEx(thresh,cv2.MORPH_OPEN,kernel, iterations = 2)
sure_bg = cv2.dilate(opening,kernel,iterations=3)
display('Sure Background', sure_bg)

dist_transform = cv2.distanceTransform(opening,cv.CV_DIST_L2,5)
ret, sure_fg = cv2.threshold(dist_transform,0.7*dist_transform.max(),255,0)
display('Sure Foreground', sure_fg)

# Finding unknown region
unknown = cv2.subtract(sure_bg,sure_fg)
display('unknown area', unknown)


For knowing more on morphological transformations using opening and closing refer Morphological Transformation

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Interview Question (Programming in C++)

Give the output of the following program :

class Animal
{
  public :
  virtual void draw()
  {
    cout<<”Animal”;
  }
};
class Leopard : public Animal
{
  public :
  virtual void draw()
  {
    cout<<”Leopard”;
  }
};
main()
{
  Leopard l;
  Animal *a=&l;
  l.draw();
}

(A) Leopard (B) Animal (C) LeopardAnimal (D) AnimalLeopard

Answer :
(A) Leopard

Explanation :
The virtual keyword  indicates to the compiler that it should choose the appropriate definition of the function draw not by the type of reference, but by the type of object that the reference refers to.
For more details on the use of virtual keyword : Reference

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