Example Dense Image Features

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Dense image features are image descriptors that are computed across the whole image. They can be computed very fast and are used in many detection/recognition tasks. Example Code:


  • Feature Descriptors
  • Object Detection

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Example Code

 * This example shows you how to compute dense image features. They are typically used for classification and
 * recognition type tasks. They are very fast to compute and were considered state of the art until around 2012.
 * This example doesn't really do anything useful. All it does is compute and print out the features for the sake
 * of simplicity. A more flushed out example with a use case can be found in
 * {@link boofcv.examples.recognition.ExampleClassifySceneKnn}.
 * For a visualization of HOG features see https://youtu.be/qMTtdiujAtQ?t=437.
 * @author Peter Abeles
public class ExampleDenseImageFeatures {

	// Here's an example of how to use the high level interface. There are a variety of algorithms to choose from
	// For much larger images you might need to shrink the image down or change the cell size to get good results.
	public static void HighLevel( GrayF32 input ) {
		System.out.println("\n------------------- Dense High Level");
		DescribeImageDense<GrayF32, TupleDesc_F64> describer = FactoryDescribeImageDense.
				hog(new ConfigDenseHoG(), input.getImageType());
//				sift(new ConfigDenseSift(),GrayF32.class);
//				surfFast(new ConfigDenseSurfFast(),GrayF32.class);

		// process the image and compute the dense image features

		// print out part of the first few features
		System.out.println("Total Features = " + describer.getLocations().size());
		for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
			Point2D_I32 p = describer.getLocations().get(i);
			TupleDesc_F64 d = describer.getDescriptions().get(i);

			System.out.printf("%3d %3d = [ %f %f %f %f\n", p.x, p.y, d.data[0], d.data[1], d.data[2], d.data[3]);

			// You would process the feature descriptor here

	public static void LowLevelHOG( GrayF32 input ) {
		DescribeDenseHogFastAlg<GrayF32> describer = FactoryDescribeImageDenseAlg.
				hogFast(new ConfigDenseHoG(), ImageType.single(GrayF32.class));

		// The low level API gives you access to more information about the image. You can explicitly traverse it
		// by rows and columns, and access the histogram for a region. The histogram has an easy to understand
		// physical meaning.

		// Let's print a few parameters just because we can. They can be modified using the configuration class passed in
		System.out.println("\n------------------- HOG Low Level");
		System.out.println("HOG pixels per cell " + describer.getPixelsPerCell());
		System.out.println("HOG region width " + describer.getRegionWidthPixelX());
		System.out.println("HOG region height " + describer.getRegionWidthPixelY());
		System.out.println("HOG bins " + describer.getOrientationBins());

		// go through all the cells in the image. If you only wanted to process part of the image it could be done here
		// In the high level API the order of cells isn't specified and might be in some arbitrary order or in some
		// cases might even skip regions depending on the implementation. HOG will always compute a cell

//		for ( int i = 0; i < describer.getCellRows(); i++ ) {
//			for (int j = 0; j < describer.getCellCols(); j++) {
//				DescribeDenseHogFastAlg.Cell c = describer.getCell(i,j);
//			}
//		}

	public static void main( String[] args ) {
		BufferedImage buffered = UtilImageIO.loadImageNotNull(UtilIO.pathExample("segment/berkeley_man.jpg"));
		GrayF32 input = ConvertBufferedImage.convertFrom(buffered, (GrayF32)null);