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• 1. Curvelet Transformation Based Object TrackingProject Guide: Project Members :Mr.Roshan Singh Apurv Singh (0806313008)Asst. Professor Arvind Yadav(0806313009)CEA Dept. Yogesh Maurya(0806313058)GLAITM Shobhit Bajpayee(2906313002) Vipin Kumar (0806313051)
• 2. Curvelet Transform It was developed by Candès and Donoho in 1999. It is a multiscale directional transform. Uses energy of curvelet. It designed to handle curves using only a small number of coefficients Do not require extra parameter.
• 3. Curvelet Transform vs Wavelet TransformWavelet Transform cannot describe curvediscontinuitiesCurvelet Transform is a new multi-scale representation
• 4. Stages of Curvelet Transform1. Sub-band decomposition:-We define P0 (low pass filters) and ds , s>=0(highfilters). The image f is filtered into subbands using Atrous algorithm asf  (P0 f, d1f, d2f,…)
• 5. 2.Smooth PartitioningEach subband is smoothly windowed into “squares”of appropriate scale as hQ = wQ .ds f where wQ is a nonnegative smooth function localized around a grid of dyadic squares defined as
• 6. 3. Renormalization Renormalization is centering each dyadic square to the unit square [0,1][0,1] as gQ =(1/ TQ) hQFor each Q, the operator TQ is defined as ( TQf)(x1, x2) = 2s f (2sx1 -k1, 2sx2- k2)
• 7. 4.Ridgelet analysis Each square is analyzed in the orthonormal ridgelet system. This is a system of basis elements making an orthonormal basis for L(R2): (Q) = gQ,
• 8. FAST DISCRETE CURVLET TRANSFORMThere is two distinct implementation for curvlettransformthe wrapping-based transform unequally-spaced fast Fourier transform (USFFT).
• 9. PROPOSED ALGORITHMStep1: compute the energy of curvelet coefficients of the square boxStep2: for frame_no = 2 to last do compute the curvelet coefficients of the frame
• 10. Cont…..Step3: Make a bounding box with centroid (Cnew 1, Cnew 2).Step4: Compute the difference of energy di,j of curvelet coefficient of bounding box, with E.Step5:Mark the object in current frame with bounding boxwith centeroid (C1,C2) and energy of bounding boxE.
• 11. WORK DONE SO FAR Reading a noise free video(.avi) in matla b a=mmreader(„video1.avi‟); b=read(a,100); imshow(b). Dividing video into frames. for i=1 : 50 (:,:,:,i)=read(a,i); end for i=20: 30 figure, imshow(b(:,:,:,i)); end
• 12. Cont…. Calculation of curvlet coefficient
• 13. EXPERIMENTAL RESULT  FRAME SEQUENCE1 5 913 17 21
• 14. CURVLET COEFFICIENT Curvlet coefficint for Frame10 (cell 1)CU
• 15. Cont… Curvlet coefficint for Frame20 (cell 1)CU
• 16. REFERENCES New Tight Frames of Curvelets and Optimal Representations of Objects with Piecewise C2 Singularities‟,Comm. Pure Appl. Math. 57 (2004) 219- 266. „Fast Discrete Curvelet Transforms‟, Multiscale Model. Simul. 5(2006), no. 3, 861-899. S. Nigam and A. Khare, “Curvelet Transform Based Object Tracking,” Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Computer and Communication Technologies, Allahabad, 17-19 September 2010, pp. 230- 235