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Re-Identification of Vehicles by License Plate Recognition
Špaňhel, Jakub ; Juránková, Markéta (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
This thesis aims at proposing vehicle license plate detection and recognition algorithms, suitable for vehicle re-identification. Simple urban traffic analysis system is also proposed. Multiple stages of this system was developed and tested. Specifically - vehicle detection, license plate detection and recognition. Vehicle detection is based on background substraction method, which results in an average hit rate of ~92%. License plate detection is done by cascade classifiers and achieves an average hit rate of 81.92% and precision rate of 94.42%. License plate recognition based on Template matching results in an average precission rate of 60.55%. Therefore the new license plate recognition method based on license plate scanning using the sliding window principle and neural network recognition was introduced. Neural network achieves a precision rate of 64.47% for five input features. Low precision rate of neural network is caused by small amount of training sample for some specific license plate characters.
Counting of People Passing Through a Door Using a Stationary Camera
Tichý, Ľuboš ; Behúň, Kamil (referee) ; Sochor, Jakub (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with counting of people passing through a door. It may be used in case, when we need to know, how many people there are in monitored room. The first part is a description of existing methods of counting people and the second part deals with used computer vision methods. Proposed system can count people, including distinguishing their motion direction. The last part contains an evaluation of the system.
License Plate Detection and Recognition from Still Image
Janíček, Kryštof ; Sochor, Jakub (referee) ; Špaňhel, Jakub (advisor)
This thesis describes the design and implementation of system for detection and recognition of license plate. This system is divided into three parts which are license plate detection, character segmentation and optical character recognition. License plate detection is done by cascade classifier that achieves hit rate of 95.5% and precision rate of 95.9%. Character segmentation is based on contour finding that achieves hit rate of 93.3% and precision rate of 96.5%. Optical character recognition is done by neural network and achieves hit rate of 98.4% for individual characters. The whole system is able to detect and recognize up to 81.5% of license plates from the test data set.
Biometric Image Data Classifier
Tretter, Zdeněk ; Drahanský, Martin (referee) ; Doležel, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and implement fingerprint classifier, which classifies the fingerprints based on the scanner used. Reader is presented with existing types of fingerprint scanners and phases of classification. Designed classifier is using a cascade of classifiers, trained using the AdaBoost learning algorithm. The application was implemented in the C++ language using OpenCV library for operational systems GNU/Linux and MS Windows.
Automatic People Counting from Panoramic Photography
Blucha, Ondřej ; Kolář, Martin (referee) ; Veľas, Martin (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with automatic people counting from panoramic photography. This is very useful for counting large number of people, such as on the stadium or on the concerts. It consists of the two parts. The first one is image stitching, which process the images by the feature-based methods. The second part is people counting using face detection, where were used Viola-Jones detector. The ideal setting of parameters for used methods was experimentally selected.
Detection, Localization and Recognition of Traffic Signs
Svoboda, Tomáš ; Juránek, Roman (referee) ; Herout, Adam (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with the localization, detection and recognition of traffic signs. The possibilities of selection of areas with possible traffic signs occurrence are analysed. The properties of different kinds of features used for traffic signs recognition are described next. It focuses on the features based on histogram of oriented gradients. Some possible classifiers are discussed, in the first place the cascade of support vector machines, which are used in resulting system. A description of the system implementation and data sets for 5 types of traffic signs is part of this thesis. Many experiments were accomplished with created system. The results of the experiments are very good. New datasets were acquired from approximately 9 hours of processed video sequences. There are about 13 500 images in these datasets.
Learning Detectors by Tracking
Buchtela, Radim ; Beran, Vítězslav (referee) ; Hradiš, Michal (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to learn detectors by object tracking in video sequence. In this thesis, we discuss methods for object tracking, object detection and online learning and possibilities of their using in sophisticated techniques, which combine object tracking and online learning detectors.

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