COMPUTER VISION CAP 5415
University of Central Florida
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Review Questions for Computer vision N L 4 9939 gt1 Show that the axis of second moment of inertia of a binary region passes through the centroid of the region Obtain the rotation matrix for rotation of 45 degrees anticlockwise about an axis passing through the point 806 and the origin of the world coordinate system What is the complexity of ef cient implementation of Laplacian of Gaussian lter with a mask size ofm x m A camera is xed on the ceiling of a room and looks vertically down The gradient magnitude for edges of an object lying on the oor are determined using some operator The object is then rotated by 60 degrees in clock wise direction it is still on the oor Show that the gradient magnitude values are not altered Try Q6 on page 92 of Dr Shah s book A point XYZ on an object is imaged by a camera with focal length 1 Assuming the origin of the coordinate system to be at lens center the image is located at x y The object is rotated by a very small angle g about the y axis and translated by TX 0 T2 The new image is located at x y Find expressions for the optical ow components u x 7 x v y 7 y Note as g is small cosg 1 and sing g holds Derive an expression for the epipolar line in a stereo pair from the knowledge of a large number of identi able points in the two images
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