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Object detection and localization using neural network

Introduction An object detection problem can be approached as either a classification problem or a regression problem. As a classification problem, the image is divided into small patches, each of ...
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Find lane lines

ImageLines expects an input image where the "line" pixels are white and the other pixels are dark, so unless you're looking at bubble chamber images, you're ...
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Nontrivial background removal

1.This method is from documentation of function ClusterClassify ...
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How to TextRecognize a screenshot of code?

If you are truly interested in this topic, you need to go deeper. TextRecognize uses Tesseract under the hood and getting familiar with how to train its ML ...
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How to place path lines on an image

This is what a Fourier approach could look like. ...
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How can I detect locations of Go (aka Baduk, Weiqi) stones on a board?

Your question contains already a lot of detail and I won't give full working code, as you already have most parts yourself. As far as I can see, you are mostly struggling with identifying the stones. ...
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How to track a deformable rod in video?

Since the object you want to track is moving slowly, you can use ImageDisplacements to calculate a per-pixel optical flow: ...
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Object detection and localization using neural network

Mathematica 11.2 has undocumented functions: ImageContents, ImageCases, ImageBoundingBoxes, <...
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Noisy and vague shape recognition

Closest I can get with minimal input from the user. The key here is to pull an example object from one dataset to use for image correlation. (A strategy borrowed from this answer). ...
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How to place path lines on an image

Too long illustration,sorry for comprehensive ability.:)Just provide a non-perfect solution: ...
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Adding computer vision datasets?

It seems that Wolfram Data Repository can be used to share data using ResourceObject. Here is a simple example: ...
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Efficient multicolor search

An alternative approach might be to use the built-in ImageDistance function. ...
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Extract partitions of images after edge detection

MorphologicalComponents seems like a promising way to go, like High Performance Mark says. So let's try it: ...
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How to detect rectangles with certain colors in an image?

Here's my take at the issue (some comments are inlined) ...
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Extract partitions of images after edge detection

img = Import["https://i.stack.imgur.com/e4dN6.jpg"]; Binarize // MorphologicalTransform // ComponentMeasurements // ImageTrim ...
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Efficient multicolor search

Here's a NearestFunction that will do what you did with Table: ...
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How to import Robinhood screenshots?

So for reasons unknown TextRecognize hangs indefinitely on my computer. On the other hand, here's a way to get images that ...
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Nontrivial background removal

Here's a method that could be iterated and refined to replicate the opencv result, I think. First we use the ClusterClassify method of yobe then we simply fill in ...
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Find lane lines

The existing answers are based on the ImageLines function, here I'm providing an answer based on the geometric transformations, which can work in curved roads as ...
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Find lane lines

I played around a bit and the main functions I think help are RemoveBackground, Binarize and ...
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Recognizing a Higher Percentage of Multiple Barcodes from an Image

Here is a partial answer. Hopefully someone else can improve it. BarcodeRecognize seems to work better with isolated barcodes. This can be accomplished using ...
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Extract names from a document

You may use the functions in the Text Analysis guide to extract the "NounPhrase"s containing "ProperNoun"s. This gives a short ...
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Speeding up ImageCorrespondingPoints

Finally, I did some runtime testing with the above images in terms of size and using different transformation classes without using any masking. For the size-considerations I simply resized the whole ...
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Nontrivial background removal

With helpful ideas of KAI: ...
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How to place path lines on an image

This is not a full answer, but may be a starting point for further optimization. sep = DominantColors[img, Automatic, {"CoverageImage", "Color"}] This gives two ...
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How to detect discolorations in an image?

I'm still working on it and there still can be a lot improvements in my work, but I think it's a good thing to let you know there's still someone working on this interesting question. ...
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How to detect discolorations in an image?

If you can generate desired images, then sensor noise or surface defects can be imaged by use of a small aperture (say f/22) and making two images of a reasonably uniform background. A visual flicker ...
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What is the algorithm applied by ImageAdjust[image,{c,b,gamma}]

This is stated in the documentation (third example in Properties & Relations) ImageAdjust[image,{c,b,γ}] is equivalent to ImageApply[Clip[(b+1)(c+1)#^γ - c/2, {0, 1}]&, image]
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What is the algorithm applied by ImageAdjust[image,{c,b,gamma}]

Consider these examples: ...
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Robust face detection

In version 12, functions such as ImageCases and ImageBoundingBoxes exist that will do this job better than ...
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