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Title: 應用模糊邏輯的攝影構圖辨認方法
A Fuzzy Logic Approach for Recognition of Photographic Compositions
Authors: 黃瑞華
Huang, Jui Hua
Contributors: 吳柏林
Wu, Ber Lin
Huang, Jui Hua
Keywords: 模糊邏輯
Fuzzy logic
Image features
Pattern recognition
Photographic composition
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2009-09-17 13:48:52 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本論文應用攝影構圖法則,以模糊邏輯理論為基礎,判別影像的攝影構圖類型。構圖(Composition)乃是攝影這項平面藝術創作最重要的美學元素之一,其目的是利用空間中的物體配置,經由透視投影後,讓畫面的整體呈現平衡感;專業的、優秀的攝影作品,皆會符合攝影的基本構圖原理。因此許多的影像增強、影像合成的應用中,也應該配合相片原本的構圖設計,針對所欲表達的重點予與適當地調整,而非「盲目的」以一體適用的法則去處理每一張照片。
This thesis addresses the problem of how to recognize the photographic composition from a given photo based on the theory of fuzzy logic. Composition is one of the important aesthetics for the plane figure photo art. To present the balance of its holistic picture, it takes the advantage of special object arrangement after acting perspective projection. A piece of professional and qualified photo work will realize these basic photo composition methods. For many applications about the digital photo, the operations, i.e., photo enhancement, segmentation, output, and synthesis, all need to match up the photographic composition to do accurate processing rather than “blind” processing that assumes each photo with the same “composition.”
An automatic recognition method using image features from some specific regions is described. The method is employed in a Mamdani model and combines outputs of multiple fuzzy logic rules and feature extraction algorithms to obtain confidences that can identify the correct photographic composition.
Experimental results show that the proposed method is robust and effective for photographic composition recognition. The feature with adjusting in different photo composing will be able to comfort our human sight.
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