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/************************************************************************/
/* */
/* Copyright 1998-2002 by Ullrich Koethe */
/* Cognitive Systems Group, University of Hamburg, Germany */
/* */
/* This file is part of the VIGRA computer vision library. */
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#ifndef VIGRA_EDGEDETECTION_HXX
#define VIGRA_EDGEDETECTION_HXX
#include <vector>
#include <queue>
#include <cmath> // sqrt(), abs()
#include "vigra/utilities.hxx"
#include "vigra/numerictraits.hxx"
#include "vigra/stdimage.hxx"
#include "vigra/stdimagefunctions.hxx"
#include "vigra/recursiveconvolution.hxx"
#include "vigra/separableconvolution.hxx"
#include "vigra/labelimage.hxx"
#include "vigra/mathutil.hxx"
#include "vigra/pixelneighborhood.hxx"
#include "vigra/linear_solve.hxx"
namespace vigra {
/** \addtogroup EdgeDetection Edge Detection
Edge detectors based on first and second derivatives,
and related post-processing.
*/
//@{
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Detect and mark edges in an edge image using the Shen/Castan zero-crossing detector.
This operator applies an exponential filter to the source image
at the given <TT>scale</TT> and subtracts the result from the original image.
Zero crossings are detected in the resulting difference image. Whenever the
gradient at a zero crossing is greater than the given <TT>gradient_threshold</TT>,
an edge point is marked (using <TT>edge_marker</TT>) in the destination image on
the darker side of the zero crossing (note that zero crossings occur
<i>between</i> pixels). For example:
\code
sign of difference image resulting edge points (*)
+ - - * * .
+ + - => . * *
+ + + . . .
\endcode
Non-edge pixels (<TT>.</TT>) remain untouched in the destination image.
The result can be improved by the post-processing operation \ref removeShortEdges().
A more accurate edge placement can be achieved with the function
\ref differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage().
The source value type
(<TT>SrcAccessor::value_type</TT>) must be a linear algebra, i.e. addition,
subtraction and multiplication of the type with itself, and multiplication
with double and
\ref NumericTraits "NumericTraits" must
be defined. In addition, this type must be less-comparable.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue,
class DestValue = DestAccessor::value_type>
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker = NumericTraits<DestValue>::one())
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue,
class DestValue = DestAccessor::value_type>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker = NumericTraits<DestValue>::one())
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(w,h);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft, src_lowerright;
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
SrcAccessor::value_type u = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
double d;
GradValue gradient_threshold;
u = u + u
u = u - u
u = u * u
u = d * u
u < gradient_threshold
DestValue edge_marker;
dest_accessor.set(edge_marker, dest_upperleft);
\endcode
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
gradient_threshold > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
vigra_precondition(scale > 0,
"differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(): scale > 0 required.");
vigra_precondition(gradient_threshold > 0,
"differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(): "
"gradient_threshold > 0 required.");
int w = slr.x - sul.x;
int h = slr.y - sul.y;
int x,y;
typedef typename
NumericTraits<typename SrcAccessor::value_type>::RealPromote
TMPTYPE;
typedef BasicImage<TMPTYPE> TMPIMG;
TMPIMG tmp(w,h);
TMPIMG smooth(w,h);
recursiveSmoothX(srcIterRange(sul, slr, sa), destImage(tmp), scale / 2.0);
recursiveSmoothY(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(tmp), scale / 2.0);
recursiveSmoothX(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(smooth), scale);
recursiveSmoothY(srcImageRange(smooth), destImage(smooth), scale);
typename TMPIMG::Iterator iy = smooth.upperLeft();
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ty = tmp.upperLeft();
DestIterator dy = dul;
static const Diff2D right(1, 0);
static const Diff2D bottom(0, 1);
TMPTYPE thresh = (gradient_threshold * gradient_threshold) *
NumericTraits<TMPTYPE>::one();
TMPTYPE zero = NumericTraits<TMPTYPE>::zero();
for(y=0; y<h-1; ++y, ++iy.y, ++ty.y, ++dy.y)
{
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(x=0; x<w-1; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, ++dx.x)
{
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
TMPTYPE gx = tx[right] - *tx;
TMPTYPE gy = tx[bottom] - *tx;
if((gx * gx > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[right] - ix[right]) < zero))
{
if(gx < zero)
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, right);
}
else
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
if(((gy * gy > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[bottom] - ix[bottom]) < zero)))
{
if(gy < zero)
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, bottom);
}
else
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
}
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(x=0; x<w-1; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, ++dx.x)
{
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
TMPTYPE gx = tx[right] - *tx;
if((gx * gx > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[right] - ix[right]) < zero))
{
if(gx < zero)
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, right);
}
else
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold)
{
differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(sul, slr, sa, dul, da,
scale, gradient_threshold, 1);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker)
{
differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold,
edge_marker);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold)
{
differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold, 1);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Detect and mark edges in a crack edge image using the Shen/Castan zero-crossing detector.
This operator applies an exponential filter to the source image
at the given <TT>scale</TT> and subtracts the result from the original image.
Zero crossings are detected in the resulting difference image. Whenever the
gradient at a zero crossing is greater than the given <TT>gradient_threshold</TT>,
an edge point is marked (using <TT>edge_marker</TT>) in the destination image
<i>between</i> the corresponding original pixels. Topologically, this means we
must insert additional pixels between the original ones to represent the
boundaries between the pixels (the so called zero- and one-cells, with the original
pixels being two-cells). Within VIGRA, such an image is called \ref CrackEdgeImage.
To allow insertion of the zero- and one-cells, the destination image must have twice the
size of the original (precisely, <TT>(2*w-1)</TT> by <TT>(2*h-1)</TT> pixels). Then the algorithm
proceeds as follows:
\code
sign of difference image insert zero- and one-cells resulting edge points (*)
+ . - . - . * . . .
+ - - . . . . . . * * * .
+ + - => + . + . - => . . . * .
+ + + . . . . . . . . * *
+ . + . + . . . . .
\endcode
Thus the edge points are marked where they actually are - in between the pixels.
An important property of the resulting edge image is that it conforms to the notion
of well-composedness as defined by Latecki et al., i.e. connected regions and edges
obtained by a subsequent \ref Labeling do not depend on
whether 4- or 8-connectivity is used.
The non-edge pixels (<TT>.</TT>) in the destination image remain unchanged.
The result conformes to the requirements of a \ref CrackEdgeImage. It can be further
improved by the post-processing operations \ref removeShortEdges() and
\ref closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage().
The source value type (<TT>SrcAccessor::value_type</TT>) must be a linear algebra, i.e. addition,
subtraction and multiplication of the type with itself, and multiplication
with double and
\ref NumericTraits "NumericTraits" must
be defined. In addition, this type must be less-comparable.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue,
class DestValue = DestAccessor::value_type>
void differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker = NumericTraits<DestValue>::one())
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue,
class DestValue = DestAccessor::value_type>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker = NumericTraits<DestValue>::one())
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(2*w-1,2*h-1);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft, src_lowerright;
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
SrcAccessor::value_type u = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
double d;
GradValue gradient_threshold;
u = u + u
u = u - u
u = u * u
u = d * u
u < gradient_threshold
DestValue edge_marker;
dest_accessor.set(edge_marker, dest_upperleft);
\endcode
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
gradient_threshold > 0
\endcode
The destination image must have twice the size of the source:
\code
w_dest = 2 * w_src - 1
h_dest = 2 * h_src - 1
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker)
{
vigra_precondition(scale > 0,
"differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(): scale > 0 required.");
vigra_precondition(gradient_threshold > 0,
"differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(): "
"gradient_threshold > 0 required.");
int w = slr.x - sul.x;
int h = slr.y - sul.y;
int x, y;
typedef typename
NumericTraits<typename SrcAccessor::value_type>::RealPromote
TMPTYPE;
typedef BasicImage<TMPTYPE> TMPIMG;
TMPIMG tmp(w,h);
TMPIMG smooth(w,h);
TMPTYPE zero = NumericTraits<TMPTYPE>::zero();
static const Diff2D right(1,0);
static const Diff2D bottom(0,1);
static const Diff2D left(-1,0);
static const Diff2D top(0,-1);
recursiveSmoothX(srcIterRange(sul, slr, sa), destImage(tmp), scale / 2.0);
recursiveSmoothY(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(tmp), scale / 2.0);
recursiveSmoothX(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(smooth), scale);
recursiveSmoothY(srcImageRange(smooth), destImage(smooth), scale);
typename TMPIMG::Iterator iy = smooth.upperLeft();
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ty = tmp.upperLeft();
DestIterator dy = dul;
TMPTYPE thresh = (gradient_threshold * gradient_threshold) *
NumericTraits<TMPTYPE>::one();
// find zero crossings above threshold
for(y=0; y<h-1; ++y, ++iy.y, ++ty.y, dy.y+=2)
{
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(int x=0; x<w-1; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, dx.x+=2)
{
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
TMPTYPE gx = tx[right] - *tx;
TMPTYPE gy = tx[bottom] - *tx;
if((gx * gx > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[right] - ix[right]) < zero))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, right);
}
if((gy * gy > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[bottom] - ix[bottom]) < zero))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, bottom);
}
}
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
TMPTYPE gy = tx[bottom] - *tx;
if((gy * gy > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[bottom] - ix[bottom]) < zero))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, bottom);
}
}
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(x=0; x<w-1; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, dx.x+=2)
{
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
TMPTYPE gx = tx[right] - *tx;
if((gx * gx > thresh) &&
(diff * (tx[right] - ix[right]) < zero))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx, right);
}
}
iy = smooth.upperLeft() + Diff2D(0,1);
ty = tmp.upperLeft() + Diff2D(0,1);
dy = dul + Diff2D(1,2);
static const Diff2D topleft(-1,-1);
static const Diff2D topright(1,-1);
static const Diff2D bottomleft(-1,1);
static const Diff2D bottomright(1,1);
// find missing 1-cells below threshold (x-direction)
for(y=0; y<h-2; ++y, ++iy.y, ++ty.y, dy.y+=2)
{
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(int x=0; x<w-2; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, dx.x+=2)
{
if(da(dx) == edge_marker) continue;
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
if((diff * (tx[right] - ix[right]) < zero) &&
(((da(dx, bottomright) == edge_marker) &&
(da(dx, topleft) == edge_marker)) ||
((da(dx, bottomleft) == edge_marker) &&
(da(dx, topright) == edge_marker))))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
iy = smooth.upperLeft() + Diff2D(1,0);
ty = tmp.upperLeft() + Diff2D(1,0);
dy = dul + Diff2D(2,1);
// find missing 1-cells below threshold (y-direction)
for(y=0; y<h-2; ++y, ++iy.y, ++ty.y, dy.y+=2)
{
typename TMPIMG::Iterator ix = iy;
typename TMPIMG::Iterator tx = ty;
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(int x=0; x<w-2; ++x, ++ix.x, ++tx.x, dx.x+=2)
{
if(da(dx) == edge_marker) continue;
TMPTYPE diff = *tx - *ix;
if((diff * (tx[bottom] - ix[bottom]) < zero) &&
(((da(dx, bottomright) == edge_marker) &&
(da(dx, topleft) == edge_marker)) ||
((da(dx, bottomleft) == edge_marker) &&
(da(dx, topright) == edge_marker))))
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
dy = dul + Diff2D(1,1);
// find missing 0-cells
for(y=0; y<h-1; ++y, dy.y+=2)
{
DestIterator dx = dy;
for(int x=0; x<w-1; ++x, dx.x+=2)
{
static const Diff2D dist[] = {right, top, left, bottom };
int i;
for(i=0; i<4; ++i)
{
if(da(dx, dist[i]) == edge_marker) break;
}
if(i < 4) da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline
void differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker)
{
differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold,
edge_marker);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* removeShortEdges */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Remove short edges from an edge image.
This algorithm can be applied as a post-processing operation of
\ref differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage() and \ref differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage().
It removes all edges that are shorter than <TT>min_edge_length</TT>. The corresponding
pixels are set to the <TT>non_edge_marker</TT>. The idea behind this algorithms is
that very short edges are probably caused by noise and don't represent interesting
image structure. Technically, the algorithms executes a connected components labeling,
so the image's value type must be equality comparable.
If the source image fulfills the requirements of a \ref CrackEdgeImage,
it will still do so after application of this algorithm.
Note that this algorithm, unlike most other algorithms in VIGRA, operates in-place,
i.e. on only one image. Also, the algorithm assumes that all non-edges pixels are already
marked with the given <TT>non_edge_marker</TT> value.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class Iterator, class Accessor, class SrcValue>
void removeShortEdges(
Iterator sul, Iterator slr, Accessor sa,
int min_edge_length, SrcValue non_edge_marker)
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class Iterator, class Accessor, class SrcValue>
inline
void removeShortEdges(
triple<Iterator, Iterator, Accessor> src,
int min_edge_length, SrcValue non_edge_marker)
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(w,h);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::differenceOfExponentialEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
// zero edges shorter than 10 pixels
vigra::removeShortEdges(srcImageRange(edges), 10, 0);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft, src_lowerright;
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
SrcAccessor::value_type u = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
u == u
SrcValue non_edge_marker;
src_accessor.set(non_edge_marker, src_upperleft);
\endcode
*/
template <class Iterator, class Accessor, class Value>
void removeShortEdges(
Iterator sul, Iterator slr, Accessor sa,
unsigned int min_edge_length, Value non_edge_marker)
{
int w = slr.x - sul.x;
int h = slr.y - sul.y;
int x,y;
IImage labels(w, h);
labels = 0;
int number_of_regions =
labelImageWithBackground(srcIterRange(sul,slr,sa),
destImage(labels), true, non_edge_marker);
ArrayOfRegionStatistics<FindROISize<int> >
region_stats(number_of_regions);
inspectTwoImages(srcImageRange(labels), srcImage(labels), region_stats);
IImage::Iterator ly = labels.upperLeft();
Iterator oy = sul;
for(y=0; y<h; ++y, ++oy.y, ++ly.y)
{
Iterator ox(oy);
IImage::Iterator lx(ly);
for(x=0; x<w; ++x, ++ox.x, ++lx.x)
{
if(sa(ox) == non_edge_marker) continue;
if((region_stats[*lx].count) < min_edge_length)
{
sa.set(non_edge_marker, ox);
}
}
}
}
template <class Iterator, class Accessor, class Value>
inline
void removeShortEdges(
triple<Iterator, Iterator, Accessor> src,
unsigned int min_edge_length, Value non_edge_marker)
{
removeShortEdges(src.first, src.second, src.third,
min_edge_length, non_edge_marker);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Close one-pixel wide gaps in a cell grid edge image.
This algorithm is typically applied as a post-processing operation of
\ref differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(). The source image must fulfill
the requirements of a \ref CrackEdgeImage, and will still do so after
application of this algorithm.
It closes one pixel wide gaps in the edges resulting from this algorithm.
Since these gaps are usually caused by zero crossing slightly below the gradient
threshold used in edge detection, this algorithms acts like a weak hysteresis
thresholding. The newly found edge pixels are marked with the given <TT>edge_marker</TT>.
The image's value type must be equality comparable.
Note that this algorithm, unlike most other algorithms in VIGRA, operates in-place,
i.e. on only one image.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
void closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
SrcValue edge_marker)
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
inline
void closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
SrcValue edge_marker)
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(2*w-1, 2*h-1);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
// close gaps, mark with 1
vigra::closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(srcImageRange(edges), 1);
// zero edges shorter than 20 pixels
vigra::removeShortEdges(srcImageRange(edges), 10, 0);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft, src_lowerright;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
SrcAccessor::value_type u = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
u == u
u != u
SrcValue edge_marker;
src_accessor.set(edge_marker, src_upperleft);
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
void closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
SrcValue edge_marker)
{
int w = (slr.x - sul.x) / 2;
int h = (slr.y - sul.y) / 2;
int x, y;
int count1, count2, count3;
static const Diff2D right(1,0);
static const Diff2D bottom(0,1);
static const Diff2D left(-1,0);
static const Diff2D top(0,-1);
static const Diff2D leftdist[] = {
Diff2D(0, 0), Diff2D(-1, 1), Diff2D(-2, 0), Diff2D(-1, -1)};
static const Diff2D rightdist[] = {
Diff2D(2, 0), Diff2D(1, 1), Diff2D(0, 0), Diff2D(1, -1)};
static const Diff2D topdist[] = {
Diff2D(1, -1), Diff2D(0, 0), Diff2D(-1, -1), Diff2D(0, -2)};
static const Diff2D bottomdist[] = {
Diff2D(1, 1), Diff2D(0, 2), Diff2D(-1, 1), Diff2D(0, 0)};
int i;
SrcIterator sy = sul + Diff2D(0,1);
SrcIterator sx;
// close 1-pixel wide gaps (x-direction)
for(y=0; y<h; ++y, sy.y+=2)
{
sx = sy + Diff2D(2,0);
for(x=2; x<w; ++x, sx.x+=2)
{
if(sa(sx) == edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, left) != edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, right) != edge_marker) continue;
count1 = 0;
count2 = 0;
count3 = 0;
for(i=0; i<4; ++i)
{
if(sa(sx, leftdist[i]) == edge_marker)
{
++count1;
count3 ^= 1 << i;
}
if(sa(sx, rightdist[i]) == edge_marker)
{
++count2;
count3 ^= 1 << i;
}
}
if(count1 <= 1 || count2 <= 1 || count3 == 15)
{
sa.set(edge_marker, sx);
}
}
}
sy = sul + Diff2D(1,2);
// close 1-pixel wide gaps (y-direction)
for(y=2; y<h; ++y, sy.y+=2)
{
sx = sy;
for(x=0; x<w; ++x, sx.x+=2)
{
if(sa(sx) == edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, top) != edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, bottom) != edge_marker) continue;
count1 = 0;
count2 = 0;
count3 = 0;
for(i=0; i<4; ++i)
{
if(sa(sx, topdist[i]) == edge_marker)
{
++count1;
count3 ^= 1 << i;
}
if(sa(sx, bottomdist[i]) == edge_marker)
{
++count2;
count3 ^= 1 << i;
}
}
if(count1 <= 1 || count2 <= 1 || count3 == 15)
{
sa.set(edge_marker, sx);
}
}
}
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
inline
void closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
SrcValue edge_marker)
{
closeGapsInCrackEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
edge_marker);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* beautifyCrackEdgeImage */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Beautify crack edge image for visualization.
This algorithm is applied as a post-processing operation of
\ref differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(). The source image must fulfill
the requirements of a \ref CrackEdgeImage, but will <b> not</b> do so after
application of this algorithm. In particular, the algorithm removes zero-cells
marked as edges to avoid staircase effects on diagonal lines like this:
\code
original edge points (*) resulting edge points
. * . . . . * . . .
. * * * . . . * . .
. . . * . => . . . * .
. . . * * . . . . *
. . . . . . . . . .
\endcode
Therfore, this algorithm should only be applied as a vizualization aid, i.e.
for human inspection. The algorithm assumes that edges are marked with <TT>edge_marker</TT>,
and background pixels with <TT>background_marker</TT>. The image's value type must be
equality comparable.
Note that this algorithm, unlike most other algorithms in VIGRA, operates in-place,
i.e. on only one image.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
void beautifyCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
SrcValue edge_marker, SrcValue background_marker)
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
inline
void beautifyCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
SrcValue edge_marker, SrcValue background_marker)
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(2*w-1, 2*h-1);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::differenceOfExponentialCrackEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
// beautify edge image for visualization
vigra::beautifyCrackEdgeImage(destImageRange(edges), 1, 0);
// show to the user
window.open(edges);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft, src_lowerright;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
SrcAccessor::value_type u = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
u == u
u != u
SrcValue background_marker;
src_accessor.set(background_marker, src_upperleft);
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
void beautifyCrackEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
SrcValue edge_marker, SrcValue background_marker)
{
int w = (slr.x - sul.x) / 2;
int h = (slr.y - sul.y) / 2;
int x, y;
SrcIterator sy = sul + Diff2D(1,1);
SrcIterator sx;
static const Diff2D right(1,0);
static const Diff2D bottom(0,1);
static const Diff2D left(-1,0);
static const Diff2D top(0,-1);
// delete 0-cells at corners
for(y=0; y<h; ++y, sy.y+=2)
{
sx = sy;
for(x=0; x<w; ++x, sx.x+=2)
{
if(sa(sx) != edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, right) == edge_marker && sa(sx, left) == edge_marker) continue;
if(sa(sx, bottom) == edge_marker && sa(sx, top) == edge_marker) continue;
sa.set(background_marker, sx);
}
}
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class SrcValue>
inline
void beautifyCrackEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
SrcValue edge_marker, SrcValue background_marker)
{
beautifyCrackEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
edge_marker, background_marker);
}
/** Helper class that stores edgel attributes.
*/
class Edgel
{
public:
/** The edgel's sub-pixel x coordinate.
*/
float x;
/** The edgel's sub-pixel y coordinate.
*/
float y;
/** The edgel's strength (magnitude of the gradient vector).
*/
float strength;
/**
The edgel's orientation. This is the angle
between the x-axis and the edge, so that the bright side of the
edge is on the right. The angle is measured
counter-clockwise in radians like this:
\code
edgel axis
\ (bright side)
(dark \
side) \ /__
\\ \ orientation angle
\ |
+------------> x-axis
|
|
|
|
y-axis V
\endcode
So, for example a vertical edge with its dark side on the left
has orientation PI/2, and a horizontal edge with dark side on top
has orientation 0. Obviously, the edge's orientation changes
by PI if the contrast is reversed.
*/
float orientation;
Edgel()
: x(0.0f), y(0.0f), strength(0.0f), orientation(0.0f)
{}
Edgel(float ix, float iy, float is, float io)
: x(ix), y(iy), strength(is), orientation(io)
{}
};
template <class Image1, class Image2, class BackInsertable>
void internalCannyFindEdgels(Image1 const & gx,
Image1 const & gy,
Image2 const & magnitude,
BackInsertable & edgels, std::vector<int> p)
{
typedef typename Image1::value_type PixelType;
double t = 0.5 / VIGRA_CSTD::sin(M_PI/8.0);
//last element in edgel list is edgel that holds orientation
//of interest point
//orientation assignment
std::vector<int > point= p;
PixelType gradx = gx(p[0],p[1]);
PixelType grady = gy(p[0],p[1]);
double orientation = VIGRA_CSTD::atan2(-grady, gradx) - M_PI * 1.5;
if(orientation < 0.0)
orientation += 2.0*M_PI;
Edgel edgel1;
edgel1.orientation=orientation;
edgels.push_back(edgel1);
//EOF orientation assignment
for(int y=1; y<gx.height()-1; ++y)
{
for(int x=1; x<gx.width()-1; ++x)
{
gradx = gx(x,y);
grady = gy(x,y);
double mag = magnitude(x, y);
int dx = (int)VIGRA_CSTD::floor(gradx*t/mag + 0.5);
int dy = (int)VIGRA_CSTD::floor(grady*t/mag + 0.5);
int x1 = x - dx,
x2 = x + dx,
y1 = y - dy,
y2 = y + dy;
PixelType m1 = magnitude(x1, y1);
PixelType m3 = magnitude(x2, y2);
if(m1 < mag && m3 <= mag)
{
Edgel edgel;
// local maximum => quadratic interpolation of sub-pixel location
PixelType del = (m1 - m3) / 2.0 / (m1 + m3 - 2.0*mag);
edgel.x = x + dx*del;
edgel.y = y + dy*del;
edgel.strength = mag;
orientation = VIGRA_CSTD::atan2(-grady, gradx) - M_PI * 1.5;
if(orientation < 0.0)
orientation += 2.0*M_PI;
edgel.orientation = orientation;
edgels.push_back(edgel);
}
}
}
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* cannyEdgelList */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Simple implementation of Canny's edge detector.
This operator first calculates the gradient vector for each
pixel of the image using first derivatives of a Gaussian at the
given scale. Then a very simple non-maxima supression is performed:
for each 3x3 neighborhood, it is determined whether the center pixel has
larger gradient magnitude than its two neighbors in gradient direction
(where the direction is rounded into octands). If this is the case,
a new \ref Edgel is appended to the given vector of <TT>edgels</TT>. The subpixel
edgel position is determined by fitting a parabola
to the three gradient magnitude values
mentioned above. The sub-pixel location of the parabola's tip
and the gradient magnitude and direction are written in the newly created edgel.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void cannyEdgelList(SrcIterator ul, SrcIterator lr, SrcAccessor src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale);
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void
cannyEdgelList(triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale);
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h);
// empty edgel list
std::vector<vigra::Edgel> edgels;
...
// find edgels at scale 0.8
vigra::cannyEdgelList(srcImageRange(src), edgels, 0.8);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
src_accessor(src_upperleft);
BackInsertable edgels;
edgels.push_back(Edgel());
\endcode
SrcAccessor::value_type must be a type convertible to float
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void cannyEdgelList(SrcIterator ul, SrcIterator lr, SrcAccessor src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale, std::vector<int> p)
{
int w = lr.x - ul.x;
int h = lr.y - ul.y;
// calculate image gradients
typedef typename
NumericTraits<typename SrcAccessor::value_type>::RealPromote
TmpType;
BasicImage<TmpType> tmp(w,h), dx(w,h), dy(w,h);
Kernel1D<double> smooth, grad;
smooth.initGaussian(scale);
grad.initGaussianDerivative(scale, 1);
separableConvolveX(srcIterRange(ul, lr, src), destImage(tmp), kernel1d(grad));
separableConvolveY(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(dx), kernel1d(smooth));
separableConvolveY(srcIterRange(ul, lr, src), destImage(tmp), kernel1d(grad));
separableConvolveX(srcImageRange(tmp), destImage(dy), kernel1d(smooth));
combineTwoImages(srcImageRange(dx), srcImage(dy), destImage(tmp),
MagnitudeFunctor<TmpType>());
// find edgels
internalCannyFindEdgels(dx, dy, tmp, edgels, p);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
inline void
cannyEdgelList(triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale, std::vector<int> p)
{
cannyEdgelList(src.first, src.second, src.third, edgels, scale,p);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* cannyEdgeImage */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Detect and mark edges in an edge image using Canny's algorithm.
This operator first calls \ref cannyEdgelList() to generate an
edgel list for the given image. Then it scans this list and selects edgels
whose strength is above the given <TT>gradient_threshold</TT>. For each of these
edgels, the edgel's location is rounded to the nearest pixel, and that
pixel marked with the given <TT>edge_marker</TT>.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker);
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker);
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(w,h);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1
vigra::cannyEdgeImage(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
see also: \ref cannyEdgelList().
\code
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
DestValue edge_marker;
dest_accessor.set(edge_marker, dest_upperleft, vigra::Diff2D(1,1));
\endcode
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
gradient_threshold > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImage(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
std::vector<Edgel> edgels;
cannyEdgelList(sul, slr, sa, edgels, scale);
for(unsigned int i=0; i<edgels.size(); ++i)
{
if(gradient_threshold < edgels[i].strength)
{
Diff2D pix((int)(edgels[i].x + 0.5), (int)(edgels[i].y + 0.5));
da.set(edge_marker, dul, pix);
}
}
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImage(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
cannyEdgeImage(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold, edge_marker);
}
/********************************************************/
namespace detail {
template <class DestIterator>
int neighborhoodConfiguration(DestIterator dul)
{
int v = 0;
NeighborhoodCirculator<DestIterator, EightNeighborCode> c(dul, EightNeighborCode::SouthEast);
for(int i=0; i<8; ++i, --c)
{
v = (v << 1) | ((*c != 0) ? 1 : 0);
}
return v;
}
template <class GradValue>
struct SimplePoint
{
Diff2D point;
GradValue grad;
SimplePoint(Diff2D const & p, GradValue g)
: point(p), grad(g)
{}
bool operator<(SimplePoint const & o) const
{
return grad < o.grad;
}
bool operator>(SimplePoint const & o) const
{
return grad > o.grad;
}
};
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageFromGrad(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor grad,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
typedef typename SrcAccessor::value_type PixelType;
typedef typename NormTraits<PixelType>::SquaredNormType NormType;
NormType zero = NumericTraits<NormType>::zero();
double tan22_5 = M_SQRT2 - 1.0;
typename NormTraits<GradValue>::SquaredNormType g2thresh = squaredNorm(gradient_threshold);
int w = slr.x - sul.x;
int h = slr.y - sul.y;
sul += Diff2D(1,1);
dul += Diff2D(1,1);
Diff2D p(0,0);
for(int y = 1; y < h-1; ++y, ++sul.y, ++dul.y)
{
SrcIterator sx = sul;
DestIterator dx = dul;
for(int x = 1; x < w-1; ++x, ++sx.x, ++dx.x)
{
PixelType g = grad(sx);
NormType g2n = squaredNorm(g);
if(g2n < g2thresh)
continue;
NormType g2n1, g2n3;
// find out quadrant
if(abs(g[1]) < tan22_5*abs(g[0]))
{
// north-south edge
g2n1 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(-1, 0)));
g2n3 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(1, 0)));
}
else if(abs(g[0]) < tan22_5*abs(g[1]))
{
// west-east edge
g2n1 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(0, -1)));
g2n3 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(0, 1)));
}
else if(g[0]*g[1] < zero)
{
// north-west-south-east edge
g2n1 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(1, -1)));
g2n3 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(-1, 1)));
}
else
{
// north-east-south-west edge
g2n1 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(-1, -1)));
g2n3 = squaredNorm(grad(sx, Diff2D(1, 1)));
}
if(g2n1 < g2n && g2n3 <= g2n)
{
da.set(edge_marker, dx);
}
}
}
}
} // namespace detail
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* cannyEdgeImageWithThinning */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Detect and mark edges in an edge image using Canny's algorithm.
The input pixels of this algorithms must be vectors of length 2 (see Required Interface below).
It first searches for all pixels whose gradient magnitude is larger
than the given <tt>gradient_threshold</tt> and larger than the magnitude of its two neighbors
in gradient direction (where these neighbors are determined by nearest neighbor
interpolation, i.e. according to the octant where the gradient points into).
The resulting edge pixel candidates are then subjected to topological thinning
so that the remaining edge pixels can be linked into edgel chains with a provable,
non-heuristic algorithm. Thinning is performed so that the pixels with highest gradient
magnitude survive. Optionally, the outermost pixels are marked as edge pixels
as well when <tt>addBorder</tt> is true. The remaining pixels will be marked in the destination
image with the value of <tt>edge_marker</tt> (all non-edge pixels remain untouched).
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder = true);
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder = true);
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(w,h);
vigra::FVector2Image grad(w,h);
// compute the image gradient at scale 0.8
vigra::gaussianGradient(srcImageRange(src), destImage(grad), 0.8);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
// find edges gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1, and add border
vigra::cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(srcImageRange(grad), destImage(edges),
4.0, 1, true);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
// the input pixel type must be a vector with two elements
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
typedef SrcAccessor::value_type SrcPixel;
typedef NormTraits<SrcPixel>::SquaredNormType SrcSquaredNormType;
SrcPixel g = src_accessor(src_upperleft);
SrcPixel::value_type g0 = g[0];
SrcSquaredNormType gn = squaredNorm(g);
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
DestValue edge_marker;
dest_accessor.set(edge_marker, dest_upperleft, vigra::Diff2D(1,1));
\endcode
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
gradient_threshold > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder)
{
int w = slr.x - sul.x;
int h = slr.y - sul.y;
BImage edgeImage(w, h, BImage::value_type(0));
BImage::traverser eul = edgeImage.upperLeft();
BImage::Accessor ea = edgeImage.accessor();
if(addBorder)
initImageBorder(destImageRange(edgeImage), 1, 1);
detail::cannyEdgeImageFromGrad(sul, slr, sa, eul, ea, gradient_threshold, 1);
static bool isSimplePoint[256] = {
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0,
0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1,
1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1,
0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0,
0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0,
1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,
0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1,
0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0,
1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0,
0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 1, 0, 1,
1, 0, 1, 0 };
eul += Diff2D(1,1);
sul += Diff2D(1,1);
int w2 = w-2;
int h2 = h-2;
typedef detail::SimplePoint<GradValue> SP;
// use std::greater becaus we need the smallest gradients at the top of the queue
std::priority_queue<SP, std::vector<SP>, std::greater<SP> > pqueue;
Diff2D p(0,0);
for(; p.y < h2; ++p.y)
{
for(p.x = 0; p.x < w2; ++p.x)
{
BImage::traverser e = eul + p;
if(*e == 0)
continue;
int v = detail::neighborhoodConfiguration(e);
if(isSimplePoint[v])
{
pqueue.push(SP(p, norm(sa(sul+p))));
*e = 2; // remember that it is already in queue
}
}
}
static const Diff2D dist[] = { Diff2D(-1,0), Diff2D(0,-1),
Diff2D(1,0), Diff2D(0,1) };
while(pqueue.size())
{
p = pqueue.top().point;
pqueue.pop();
BImage::traverser e = eul + p;
int v = detail::neighborhoodConfiguration(e);
if(!isSimplePoint[v])
continue; // point may no longer be simple because its neighbors changed
*e = 0; // delete simple point
for(int i=0; i<4; ++i)
{
Diff2D pneu = p + dist[i];
if(pneu.x == -1 || pneu.y == -1 || pneu.x == w2 || pneu.y == h2)
continue; // do not remove points at the border
BImage::traverser eneu = eul + pneu;
if(*eneu == 1) // point is boundary and not yet in the queue
{
int v = detail::neighborhoodConfiguration(eneu);
if(isSimplePoint[v])
{
pqueue.push(SP(pneu, norm(sa(sul+pneu))));
*eneu = 2; // remember that it is already in queue
}
}
}
}
initImageIf(destIterRange(dul, dul+Diff2D(w,h), da),
maskImage(edgeImage), edge_marker);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder)
{
cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
gradient_threshold, edge_marker, addBorder);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(sul, slr, sa,
dul, da,
gradient_threshold, edge_marker, true);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
gradient_threshold, edge_marker, true);
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* cannyEdgeImageWithThinning */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Detect and mark edges in an edge image using Canny's algorithm.
This operator first calls \ref gaussianGradient() to compute the gradient of the input
image, ad then \ref cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning() to generate an
edge image. See there for more detailed documentation.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder = true);
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder = true);
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h), edges(w,h);
// empty edge image
edges = 0;
...
// find edges at scale 0.8 with gradient larger than 4.0, mark with 1, annd add border
vigra::cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(srcImageRange(src), destImage(edges),
0.8, 4.0, 1, true);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
see also: \ref cannyEdgelList().
\code
DestImageIterator dest_upperleft;
DestAccessor dest_accessor;
DestValue edge_marker;
dest_accessor.set(edge_marker, dest_upperleft, vigra::Diff2D(1,1));
\endcode
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
gradient_threshold > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder)
{
// mark pixels that are higher than their neighbors in gradient direction
typedef typename NumericTraits<typename SrcAccessor::value_type>::RealPromote TmpType;
BasicImage<TinyVector<TmpType, 2> > grad(slr-sul);
gaussianGradient(srcIterRange(sul, slr, sa), destImage(grad), scale);
cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(srcImageRange(grad), destIter(dul, da),
gradient_threshold, edge_marker, addBorder);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold,
DestValue edge_marker, bool addBorder)
{
cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold, edge_marker, addBorder);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
SrcIterator sul, SrcIterator slr, SrcAccessor sa,
DestIterator dul, DestAccessor da,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(sul, slr, sa,
dul, da,
scale, gradient_threshold, edge_marker, true);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor,
class DestIterator, class DestAccessor,
class GradValue, class DestValue>
inline void cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(
triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
pair<DestIterator, DestAccessor> dest,
double scale, GradValue gradient_threshold, DestValue edge_marker)
{
cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(src.first, src.second, src.third,
dest.first, dest.second,
scale, gradient_threshold, edge_marker, true);
}
/********************************************************/
template <class Image1, class Image2, class BackInsertable>
void internalCannyFindEdgels3x3(Image1 const & grad,
Image2 const & mask,
BackInsertable & edgels)
{
typedef typename Image1::value_type PixelType;
typedef typename PixelType::value_type ValueType;
for(int y=1; y<grad.height()-1; ++y)
{
for(int x=1; x<grad.width()-1; ++x)
{
if(!mask(x,y))
continue;
ValueType gradx = grad(x,y)[0];
ValueType grady = grad(x,y)[1];
double mag = hypot(gradx, grady),
c = gradx / mag,
s = grady / mag;
Matrix<double> ml(3,3), mr(3,1), l(3,1), r(3,1);
l(0,0) = 1.0;
for(int yy = -1; yy <= 1; ++yy)
{
for(int xx = -1; xx <= 1; ++xx)
{
double u = c*xx + s*yy;
double v = norm(grad(x+xx, y+yy));
l(1,0) = u;
l(2,0) = u*u;
ml += outer(l);
mr += v*l;
}
}
linearSolve(ml, mr, r);
Edgel edgel;
// local maximum => quadratic interpolation of sub-pixel location
ValueType del = -r(1,0) / 2.0 / r(2,0);
edgel.x = x + c*del;
edgel.y = y + s*del;
edgel.strength = mag;
double orientation = VIGRA_CSTD::atan2(-grady, gradx) - M_PI * 1.5;
if(orientation < 0.0)
orientation += 2.0*M_PI;
edgel.orientation = orientation;
edgels.push_back(edgel);
}
}
}
/********************************************************/
/* */
/* cannyEdgelList3x3 */
/* */
/********************************************************/
/** \brief Improved implementation of Canny's edge detector.
This operator first computes pixels which are crossed by the edge using
cannyEdgeImageWithThinning(). The gradient magnitude in the 3x3 neighborhood of these
pixels are then projected onto the normal of the edge (as determined
by the gradient direction). The edgel's subpixel location is found by fitting a
parabola through the 9 gradient values and determining the parabola's tip.
A new \ref Edgel is appended to the given vector of <TT>edgels</TT>. Since the parabola
is fitted to 9 points rather than 3 points as in cannyEdgelList(), the accuracy is higher.
<b> Declarations:</b>
pass arguments explicitly:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void cannyEdgelList3x3(SrcIterator ul, SrcIterator lr, SrcAccessor src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale);
}
\endcode
use argument objects in conjunction with \ref ArgumentObjectFactories:
\code
namespace vigra {
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void
cannyEdgelList3x3(triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale);
}
\endcode
<b> Usage:</b>
<b>\#include</b> "<a href="edgedetection_8hxx-source.html">vigra/edgedetection.hxx</a>"<br>
Namespace: vigra
\code
vigra::BImage src(w,h);
// empty edgel list
std::vector<vigra::Edgel> edgels;
...
// find edgels at scale 0.8
vigra::cannyEdgelList3x3(srcImageRange(src), edgels, 0.8);
\endcode
<b> Required Interface:</b>
\code
SrcImageIterator src_upperleft;
SrcAccessor src_accessor;
src_accessor(src_upperleft);
BackInsertable edgels;
edgels.push_back(Edgel());
\endcode
SrcAccessor::value_type must be a type convertible to float
<b> Preconditions:</b>
\code
scale > 0
\endcode
*/
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
void cannyEdgelList3x3(SrcIterator ul, SrcIterator lr, SrcAccessor src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale)
{
int w = lr.x - ul.x;
int h = lr.y - ul.y;
typedef typename NumericTraits<typename SrcAccessor::value_type>::RealPromote TmpType;
BasicImage<TinyVector<TmpType, 2> > grad(lr-ul);
gaussianGradient(srcIterRange(ul, lr, src), destImage(grad), scale);
UInt8Image edges(lr-ul);
cannyEdgeImageFromGradWithThinning(srcImageRange(grad), destImage(edges),
0.0, 1, false);
// find edgels
internalCannyFindEdgels3x3(grad, edges, edgels);
}
template <class SrcIterator, class SrcAccessor, class BackInsertable>
inline void
cannyEdgelList3x3(triple<SrcIterator, SrcIterator, SrcAccessor> src,
BackInsertable & edgels, double scale)
{
cannyEdgelList3x3(src.first, src.second, src.third, edgels, scale);
}
//@}
/** \page CrackEdgeImage Crack Edge Image
Crack edges are marked <i>between</i> the pixels of an image.
A Crack Edge Image is an image that represents these edges. In order
to accomodate the cracks, the Crack Edge Image must be twice as large
as the original image (precisely (2*w - 1) by (2*h - 1)). A Crack Edge Image
can easily be derived from a binary image or from the signs of the
response of a Laplacean filter. Consider the following sketch, where
<TT>+</TT> encodes the foreground, <TT>-</TT> the background, and
<TT>*</TT> the resulting crack edges.
\code
sign of difference image insert cracks resulting CrackEdgeImage
+ . - . - . * . . .
+ - - . . . . . . * * * .
+ + - => + . + . - => . . . * .
+ + + . . . . . . . . * *
+ . + . + . . . . .
\endcode
Starting from the original binary image (left), we insert crack pixels
to get to the double-sized image (center). Finally, we mark all
crack pixels whose non-crack neighbors have different signs as
crack edge points, while all other pixels (crack and non-crack) become
region pixels.
<b>Requirements on a Crack Edge Image:</b>
<ul>
<li>Crack Edge Images have odd width and height.
<li>Crack pixels have at least one odd coordinate.
<li>Only crack pixels may be marked as edge points.
<li>Crack pixels with two odd coordinates must be marked as edge points
whenever any of their neighboring crack pixels was marked.
</ul>
The last two requirements ensure that both edges and regions are 4-connected.
Thus, 4-connectivity and 8-connectivity yield identical connected
components in a Crack Edge Image (so called <i>well-composedness</i>).
This ensures that Crack Edge Images have nice topological properties
(cf. L. J. Latecki: "Well-Composed Sets", Academic Press, 2000).
*/
} // namespace vigra
#endif // VIGRA_EDGEDETECTION_HXX