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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.
Automatic Photography Categorization
Veľas, Martin ; Beran, Vítězslav (referee) ; Španěl, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with content based automatic photo categorization. The aim of the work is to create an application, which is would be able to achieve sufficient precision and computation speed of categorization. Basic solution involves detection of interesting points, extraction of feature vectors, creation of visual codebook by clustering, using k-means algorithm and representing visual codebook by k-dimensional tree. Photography is represented by bag of words - histogram of presence of visual words in a particular photo. Support vector machines (SVM) was used in role of classifier. Afterwards the basic solution is enhanced by dividing picture into cells, which are processed separately, computing color correlograms for advanced image description, extraction of feature vectors in opponent color space and soft assignment of visual words to extracted feature vectors. The end of this thesis concerns to experiments of of above mentioned techniques and evaluation of the results of image categorization on their usage.
Automatic Photography Categorization
Veľas, Martin ; Řezníček, Ivo (referee) ; Španěl, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with content based automatic photo categorization. The aim of the work is to experiment with advanced techniques of image represenatation and to create a classifier which is able to process large image dataset with sufficient accuracy and computation speed. A traditional solution based on using visual codebooks is enhanced by computing color features, soft assignment of visual words to extracted feature vectors, usage of image segmentation in process of visual codebook creation and dividing picture into cells. These cells are processed separately. Linear SVM classifier with explicit data embeding is used for its efficiency. Finally, results of experiments with above mentioned techniques of the image categorization are discussed.
Image Database Query by Example
Dobrotka, Matúš ; Hradiš, Michal (referee) ; Veľas, Martin (advisor)
This thesis deals with content-based image retrieval. The objective of the thesis is to develop an application, which will compare different approaches of image retrieval. First basic approach consists of keypoints detection, local features extraction and creating a visual vocabulary by clustering algorithm - k-means. Using this visual vocabulary is computed histogram of occurrence count of visual words - Bag of Words (BoW), which globally represents an image. After applying an appropriate metrics, it follows finding similar images. Second approach uses deep convolutional neural networks (DCNN) to extract feature vectors. These vectors are used to create a visual vocabulary, which is used to calculate BoW. Next procedure is then similar to the first approach. Third approach uses extracted vectors from DCNN as BoW vectors. It is followed by applying an appropriate metrics and finding similar images. The conclusion describes mentioned approaches, experiments and the final evaluation.
Automatic Content-Based Image Categorization
Němec, Ladislav ; Španěl, Michal (referee) ; Veľas, Martin (advisor)
This thesis deals with automatic content-based image classification. The main goal of this work is implementation of application which is able to perform this task automatically. The solution consists of variable system using local image features extraction and visual vocabulary built by k-means method. Bag Of Words representation is used as a global feature describing each image. Support Vector Machines - the final component of this system - perform the classification based on this representation. In the last chapter, the results of this experimental system are presented.

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