Signal Processing, Statistical and Learning Machine Techniques for Edge Detection
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DESCRIPTIONA review of published articles on edge detection isgiven in this paper. It includes some definitions and differentmethods of edge detection in different classes. The relationbetween different classes is given in this review and also givessome calculations about their performance and application.The edge detection methods are the combination of imagedifferentiation, image smoothing and a post processing foredge labelling. A filter is used for image smoothing, due towhich noise is reduced, numerical calculation is regularized,and to improve the accuracy and the reliability, it provide aparametric representation that works as mathematicalmicroscope, that will examine it in different scales. Torepresent the strength and position of edges and theirorientation, the image differentiation gives information ofintensity transition in the image. To inhibit the false edges,produce a uniform contour of objects, and associate theexpanded ones, the edge labelling calls for post processing.
<ul><li><p>Poster Paper</p><p> 2013 ACEEEDOI: 03.LSCS.2013.3.</p><p>Proc. of Int. Conf. on Advances in Signal Processing and Communication 2013</p><p>27</p><p>Signal Processing, Statistical and Learning MachineTechniques for Edge Detection</p><p>Dr. Manish Kumar Saini, Deepak SindhuDepartment of Electrical Engineering</p><p>Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology, Murthal, Sonepat, Haryana, IndiaE-mail ID: - firstname.lastname@example.org</p><p>Abstract-A review of published articles on edge detection isgiven in this paper. It includes some definitions and differentmethods of edge detection in different classes. The relationbetween different classes is given in this review and also givessome calculations about their performance and application.The edge detection methods are the combination of imagedifferentiation, image smoothing and a post processing foredge labelling. A filter is used for image smoothing, due towhich noise is reduced, numerical calculation is regularized,and to improve the accuracy and the reliability, it provide aparametric representation that works as mathematicalmicroscope, that will examine it in different scales. Torepresent the strength and position of edges and theirorientation, the image differentiation gives information ofintensity transition in the image. To inhibit the false edges,produce a uniform contour of objects, and associate theexpanded ones, the edge labelling calls for post processing.</p><p>Index Terms- Edge detection, image processing, imagedifferentiation.</p><p> I. INTRODUCTION</p><p>In computer vision and image processing interpretation ofimage contents is the main objective. An image containsvaluable information such as size, shape, orientation andcolour of an image. The main task is to differentiating objectfrom their background. Edge detection is widely used in manyapplications such as recognition, restoration, morphing,image enhancement, and etc. There are many discontinuitiesin an image and they are corresponds to: in orientation ofsurface, in depth, changes in illumination of scene. Theprocess of detection of location and presence of edges in animage is known as edge detection. Generally, an edge detectionmethod can be divided into three stages. Reduction of noiseis the first stage. Image noise is reduced to get betterperformance of edge detection. A low pass filter is used inreducing the noise because additive noise is normally a highfrequency signal. However, edges are also high frequencysignal so that they can be removed at the same time. To getthe best difference between noise reduction and edgeinformation preservation a parameter is commonly used. Ahigh pass filter is commonly used to find edges in the secondstage. To identify the genuine edges a localization process isused in the last stage.</p><p>Part of an image that consists of substantial changes iscalled edge. In this paper, a review is discussed of recent twodecades on edge detection, significant work, includingbackground, categories and evaluation. Many edge detection</p><p>methods are present and they are identifying step, vertical,corner and horizontal edges. Noise, density of edges, lightingconditions and objects of similar intensities are the mainfactors on which the quality of detected edges are dependent.And by changing the value of threshold and by adjustingdifferent parameters these problems can be solved.</p><p>Introduction is discussed in I section. Different methodsof edge detection are discussed in different categories andalso their relationships among them are discussed in II section.Conclusion and the reviewed work are discussed in IIIsection.</p><p>II. RELATED WORK</p><p> A. Classical MethodsMethods developed by Sobel in 1970 , Robert in 1965</p><p>, and Prewitt  are the classical methods. These methodsare simply based on a discrete differential operator and dontuse any smoothing filter. These methods are very sensitiveto noise because they have no smoothing filter and also theyare inaccurate. In classical methods the Sobel operator is themost common operator. 2D spatial gradient convolution isused by the Sobel operator. Convolution masks are used tocalculate the gradient, and then find out the pixels gradient.In the end, thresholding of gradient magnitude is done. Sobeloperator is an effective and simple technique, but sensitiveto noise. In some applications where detection of the outmostcontour of an image is required this operator is not suitable.Independent smoothing module is not much beneficial inclassical methods; an average over the image is calculated toremove this drawback.</p><p> In  authors use a difference of boxes to detect edgesin his algorithm which uses neighbourhoods of differentdimensions and orientations. The neighbourhoods have sizerelated to power of two and have square shape. The differenceof the mean intensity values gives the output value of theoperator. They choose the ideal operator and to find the idealoperator size is to find the largest one which originates asignificant decrease in output value when compared withoutput value of smaller operator.</p><p>B. Gaussian MethodsThe most commonly used filters in image processing are</p><p>Gaussian filters and sometime used as detectors for edgedetection. In human vision system it plays a vital role. Someproperties of the Gaussian function and some physiologicalobservations are used to develop Gaussian based operator.</p><p>88</p></li><li><p>Poster Paper</p><p> 2013 ACEEEDOI: 03.LSCS.2013.3.</p><p>Proc. of Int. Conf. on Advances in Signal Processing and Communication 2013</p><p>27</p><p>Marr and Hildreth   give an edge detector which isbased on Gaussian filter. After Canny detector, this methodis widely used. In their method they discussed on thevariation of image intensity at different levels. A single filtercannot be optimal for all levels, so they require smoothingfilters of different scales. A 2D Gaussian function is definedas the smoothing operator. To achieve this, Marr and Hildrethuse Laplacian of Gaussian (LOG) function as filter. LOG is afilter having no information about the orientation and it is ascalar estimation of the second derivative. It cant detectedge where intensity function of an image changes innonlinear manner along an edge, at curves, and at cornerswhere the filter breaks down.</p><p>Later, in 80s, Canny   give the standard algorithm ofedge detection which is better than many of the recentalgorithms. He saw that the edge detection is an optimizationproblem in regards to regularization in image smoothing. Gooddetection, response to a single edge, and good localizationare the three criteria for any edge detector. By maximizing theproduct of two factors i.e., good localization and detection,an optimal filter is developed. The optimal filter developedwas a complicated exponential function, which is wellestimated by first derivative of the Gaussian function. Thisstates that the Gaussian function as the smoothing operatorfollowed by the first derivative operator. Canny uses twofilters interpreting derivatives on the vertical and horizontaldirections in 2D images where image is affected by the whitenoise. They can break down the 2D Gaussian function intotwo 1D filters. It searches for local maxima over the firstderivative of the filtered image.</p><p>C. Multi resolution MethodsIn , Schunck gives an algorithm in which Gaussian filters</p><p>are used for the detection of edges at different scales.Schuncks uses initial steps which are based on Cannysmethod. The initial step in this method is convolving an imagewith a Gaussian function. After that for each point in theensuing data array, gradient magnitude and gradient angleare calculated. Then with the help of non maxima suppression(NMS), the gradient ridges in the results of the convolutionare reduced. In the next step, the edge map is developed fromthe reduced gradient magnitudes. The gradient magnitudedata will contain large ridges corresponding to the major edgesin the image.</p><p>For 1D signal, the property of zero crossings across scaleswas studied by Witkin . He presented zero- crossings ofsecond derivatives versus scales, and these zero crossingsis given by Gaussian function of a smoothed signal in a rangeof scales. This representation which shows the location of azero-crossing at all scales starting from the smallest scale tothe scale at which it disappears is called as the scale-spacerepresentation of a signal. Study of edge detection as afunction of scale is given by this representation and guidedtowards the algorithms that are good for edge detection whereedges are combined.</p><p>To find edge contours William and Shah  formulated anew scheme using multiple scales. They used the information,</p><p>obtained from the movement of edge points reduced with aGaussian operator of different sizes, to find out the relationbetween edge points detected at different scales. By followingthe lead of Canny, to find gradient magnitude and direction,they employ a gradient of Gaussian operator and along withthat to determine ridges in the gradient map they use non-maxima suppression (NMS).</p><p>D. Non linear MethodsIn this section, discussion of non linear methods for better</p><p>functioning of edge detectors is done. As the researchersfound out the relation between the solution to the heatequation in physics and the images convolved with aGaussian filter for a smoothing purpose, this led to thedevelopment of non linear methods based on the Gaussianfilter. Perona and Malik  offered a scale space representationof an image based on anisotropic diffusion in order to get ridof this problem. As far as mathematical view is concerned,this proposition requires nonlinear partial differentialequations instead of linear heat equation. The main ideabehind this is to allow space variant blurring. This can beobtained if the diffusion coefficient is made a function ofspace and scale in the heat equation. Its objective is to keepthe boundaries sharp and smooth within a region. This wholeprocess can be seen as a combination of forward andbackward diffusion processes.</p><p>Z. Guo et al.  present a technique which comprises ofPM equation with heat equation. Image segmentation, imageenhancement, edge detection, and noise removal are providedby Perona-Malik (PM) equation. And with the help of edgeindicator as a variable exponent, the diffusion mode iscontrolled due to which PM diffusion and Gaussiansmoothing is alternated according with the image feature.</p><p>E. Wavelet Based MethodsAs it is discussed earlier, the accuracy and reliability of</p><p>edge detection increases by analysing an image at differentscales. Analysis from a rough to a fine shape is enabled byzooming procedure on localized signal structures, like edges.Discrimination of edges versus textures is simplified by theadvancing between scales. Due to this ability edge detectionin different applications, wavelet transform is beneficial.Compact representations of images are provided by waveletbased multi resolution expansions having regions of lowcontrast separated by high contrast edges. Estimation oncontrast value by using wavelets for edges on the basis ofspace varying in a global or local manner as per need is done. While talking about image processing, wavelet transformtakes the entire rows and columns of image intensity function,sum over them and mother wavelet function with scaled andshifted version is used for multiplication. Coefficients thatare function of the scale and shifts are given by the abovediscussion. Heric and Zazula  use Haar wavelet transformin their edge detection algorithm. Because of its compact,orthogonal and without spatial shifting in transform space,they use Haar wavelet as the basic wavelet function. Theintensity magnitude changes between next intervals on a</p><p>89</p></li><li><p>Poster Paper</p><p> 2013 ACEEEDOI: 03.LSCS.2013.3.</p><p>Proc. of Int. Conf. on Advances in Signal Processing and Communication 2013</p><p>time scale plane is presented by applying wavelet transform.To extract edges Shih and Tseng  combined a waveletbased multi-scale edge tracking and a gradient-based edgedetection gradient based edge detection. Edges are detectedfrom the finest scale gradient images from the proposedcontextual filter and then, the detected edges on the multi-scale gradient images are refined by the edge tracker.</p><p>F. Line Edge DetectorsAn algorithm based on polynomial fitting is proposed by</p><p>Haralick . A linear combination of discrete bases ofTchebychevs polynomial is used to fit the image havingorder less than or equal to three. The direction of the linesoccurring at pixels having zero crossings of the first directionalderivative should be taken along the maximization of thesecond directional derivative.</p><p>C. Akinlar et al.  present an algorithm Edge DrawingParameters Free (EDPF). This algorithm use parameter freeedge segment detector and the connected set of edgesegments produced by this. In proposed algorithm edgesegments are computed in a given image using EDPF, andthereafter converted into line segments. Line segments whichare detected are converted into circular arcs; two heuristicalgorithms are used to join the areas which further used todetect near-circular ellipses and candidate circles.</p><p>C.Gopal, and C.Akinlar  present a novel edge segmentdetection algorithm which first spot sparse points along rowsand column called anchors and then joins there anchors withthe help of edge tracing procedure called Edge Drawing (ED).ED is a technique which gives high quality edge maps andruns up to 10% faster than the Canny edge detector.</p><p>G. Statistical MethodsKonishi  develop the edge detection as a statistical</p><p>inference. Unlike other model based methods for edgedetection, this statistical edge detection is data driven. Pre-segmented images are used to instruct probabilitydistribution of edge detection filters. Ratio test on the filterresponses specifies a discrimination task which is used informulation of edge detection. This approach conveys theimportance of modelling the image background. Conditionalprobability distributions are represented by them non-parametrically and two different data sets of images areillustrated. Joint distribution is used to combine multiple edgesdefined over multiple scales and obtain an optimalcombination. While talking about the effectiveness of theseresults, they show better performance in the images containingbackground jumble than canny edge detector.</p><p>T. Qui et al.  presents an auto adaptive edge detectionalgorithm for detecting edges in a flame and fire images. Theproposed technique determines the fire evaluation, anddetermination of flame and fire parameters. The proposedtechnique results are much better than the traditional edgedetection.</p><p>F. Baselice et al.  present a novel statistical edgedetection technique to obtain a map of man-made structureedges from the SAR images. The proposed technique using</p><p>27</p><p>jointly both the amplitudes and inferometric phases of twocomplex SAR image based on hypothesis that informationrelated to building edges can be retrieved into image or todomain. The proposed technique is an estimation basedtechnique...</p></li></ul>
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