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Video and Image Processing Blockset 1
Design and simulate video and image processing systems
The Video and Image Processing Blockset extends Simulink with a rich, customizable framework for the rapid design, simulation, implementation, and verification of video and image processing algorithms and systems. It includes basic primitives and advanced algorithms for designing embedded imaging systems in a wide range of applications in aerospace and defense, automotive, communications, consumer electronics, education, and medical electronics. Built-in block libraries provide two-dimensional (2-D) filters, conversions, geometric transformations, morphological operations, 2-D transforms, and input/output (I/O) capabilities. The blockset supports floating- and fixed-point data types for modeling, simulation, and C-code generation. It provides analysis and statistical functions to enable rapid optimization and debugging of your models. These functions include video displays, scopes, and other techniques for visualizing image and video data and validating simulation results.

KEY FEATURES

Models and simulates real-time video and imaging systems in floating-point, integer, and fixed-point data types of arbitrary word length Imports multimedia file I/O and displays the status of video streams during simulation and post-simulation Creates and deploys 2-D filters, 2-D transforms, and geometric transformation primitives Provides standard color video and image conversion techniques, including color space conversion and chroma resampling Includes image analysis and enhancement algorithms, such as edge detection, thresholding, morphology, statistics, and compositing Integrates with Real-Time Workshop to automatically generate ANSI/ISO C code
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Model illustrating geometric transform blocks in the Video and Image Processing Blockset. The original image is manipulated to show the image rotated (upper left), and sheared (lower left).

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Edge detection model (above) that uses the Prewitt method to find the edges of objects in a video stream. The model includes the original video stream (top right), the original video overlaid by the edges in the video window (center right) and the edges (bottom right).
Modeling and Simulating Video and Imaging Systems
The Video and Image Processing Blockset extends Simulink with a specialized library for designing the behavior of your imaging system. The Simulink environment provides tools for hierarchical modeling, data management, and subsystem customization, making it easy to create concise, accurate representations, regardless of your systems complexity. All blocks in the Video and Image Processing Blockset support double-precision and single-precision floating-point data types. Most also support integer and fixed-datapoint data types. (Fixed-point support requires Simulink Fixed Point, available separately.) Blocks operate in a homogeneous manner with respect to data types: floating-point inputs cause the block to operate exclusively in floating-point mode, while fixed-point inputs cause it to operate exclusively in fixed-point mode.
Simulink and the Video and Image Processing Blockset enable you to run fast simulations for real-time embedded video, vision, and imaging systems. You can create executable specifications for communicating the system to downstream design teams and to provide a golden reference for verification throughout the design process.
The Video and Image Processing Blockset lets you: Send live video data to a video output device, monitor, or camera connected to the system View the video signal on your PC or workstation screen Write the input to an array in the MATLAB workspace Display RGB or intensity video streams or images Write video frames to a multimedia file The blockset enables you to insert text and graphic objects into the video stream and then overlay and mark regions, and annotate and combine images.
Multimedia I/O, Video Viewer, and Display Blocks
The Video and Image Processing Blockset can import multimedia files, such as AVI, MPEG, WMA, or any file type supported by Windows Media (on the Windows platform only). A video viewer and display blocks enable you to view the status of the video stream in real time throughout the model. This time-saving feature enables rapid design and debugging of your video and imaging system models.

Filtering, Transforms, and Geometric Primitives
The Video and Image Processing Blockset provides primitives for 2-D filters, 2-D transforms, and geometric transformations. You can use the 2-D filters to perform tasks such as sharpening, smoothing, and noise removal. The 2-D transforms let you distinguish the frequency components of a video stream. For example, MPEG uses the DCT to compress the video pixel information. The Video and Image Processing Blockset lets you: Implement 2-D FIR filtering of input matrix I using filter coefficient matrix H Output the complex fast Fourier transform in two dimensions (2-D FFT) of a real or complex input Rotate, resize, or translate images for alignment or image registration The geometric transformations blocks provide three interpolation methods: nearest neighbor, bilinear, and bicubic. You can use these methods to perform trade-off analyses between precision and performance.

Video and Image Analysis

Image analysis techniques enable you to extract information from video streams. For example, you can increase the signal-to-noise ratio, correct for nonuniform illumination, or extract image features. The Video and Image Processing Blockset lets you: Detect motion in a video sequence using techniques such as the 2-D sum of absolute differences (SAD) Match patterns to an existing template using techniques such as cross-correlation Judge the relative focus of a video scene Distinguish between objects of interest and the rest of the image
Separate foreground from background using segmentation techniques Identify object boundaries in an image frame using Sobel, Prewitt, and Roberts edge detection methods The statistics library enables you to compute 2-D statistical analyses, such as variance, correlation, mean, standard deviation, and histograms.
Generating and Optimizing C Code
The Video and Image Processing Blockset interfaces with Real-Time Workshop and Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder (both available separately), enabling you to automatically generate ANSI/ISO C code from your models. You can deploy the C code generated from your models on programmable processors (either DSP or GPP) or use it for large-scale simulations.

Color Operations

Color operations, such as color space conversion, enable you to represent and manipulate color signals and convert different video formats. For example, you can decouple color information from luminance and then process these components separately. The Video and Image Processing Blockset lets you: Convert widely used color formats, such as RGB to YCbCr Apply or remove gamma correction from an image Change an intensity image to a binary image (binarization) Compute the complement of a binary or intensity image

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Model illustrating a motion

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stabilization technique based on the SAD method.
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Find the edges in an input image by approximating the gradient magnitude of the image using Sobel, Prewitt, or Roberts kernels Downsample or upsample chroma components of a YCbCr signal to reduce the bandwidth or storage requirements Perform 2-D FIR filtering of input matrix I using filter coefficient matrix H Display input RGB or intensity video stream or image Perform 2-D cross-correlation between two inputs Implement the Hough transform for line detection Perform morphological bottom-hat filtering on an intensity or binary image Compute the fast Fourier transform in two dimensions (2-D FFT) on a real or complex input Read video frames and audio samples from a compressed multimedia file (video, audio, or audio + video) (Win32 only) Implement block processing in a block diagram environment
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Video and Image Processing Blockset 2.8
Design and simulate video and image processing systems
Video and Image Processing Blockset provides algorithms and tools for the design and simulation of video processing, image processing, and computer vision systems. You can process video and image data to solve problems such as noise, low contrast, out-of-focus optics, and artifacts resulting from interlaced video. You can then perform tasks such as motion analysis, object detection and tracking, video stabilization, and disparity estimation for stereo vision. Most algorithms and tools are available as both System objects (for use in MATLAB) and blocks (for use in Simulink). Tools for multimedia file I/O, video display, drawing graphics, and compositing enable you to visualize, simulate, and evaluate design alternatives. For embedded system design and rapid prototyping, the blockset supports fixed-point arithmetic, C-code generation, and implementation on embedded hardware.

Key Features

System objects for use in MATLAB and blocks for use in Simulink Video processing algorithms, including block matching, deinterlacing, and optical flow Image processing algorithms, including filtering, geometric transformations, and transforms Image analysis algorithms, including blob analysis, edge detection, morphology, and segmentation Computer vision algorithms, including object tracking, stereo vision, video mosaicking, and video stabilization Multimedia file I/O, video display, graphic overlays, and compositing Support for floating-point, integer, and fixed-point data types of arbitrary word length Support for automatic C-code generation
Stream Processing in MATLAB and Simulink Most real-time video processing and computer vision systems require a stream processing architecture, in which video frames from a continuous stream are processed one (or more) at a time. This is critical in systems with live video, or when the video data is so large that loading the entire set into the workspace is inefficient. Video and Image Processing Blockset supports a stream processing architecture in both MATLAB and Simulink. Simulink handles stream processing by managing the flow of data through the blocks that make up a Simulink model. Simulink, an interactive graphical environment for multidomain modeling and simulating dynamic systems, uses hierarchical diagrams to represent a system model. It includes a library of general-purpose, predefined blocks to represent algorithms, sources, sinks, dynamics, and system hierarchy. Video and Image Processing Blockset provides a library of Simulink blocks specifically for the design of video processing, image processing, and computer vision systems. In MATLAB, stream processing is enabled by System objects, which use MATLAB objects to represent time-based and data-driven algorithms, sources, and sinks. System objects implicitly manage many details of stream processing, such as data indexing, buffering, and algorithm state management. You can mix System objects with standard MATLAB functions and operators. All System objects have a corresponding Simulink block with the same capabilities. Most algorithms and tools in Video and Image Processing Blockset are available as System objects for use in MATLAB.
All algorithms in the blockset, whether implemented as System objects or Simulink blocks, support double-precision and single-precision floating-point data types. Most also support integer and fixed-data point data types (requires Fixed-Point Toolbox or Simulink Fixed Point).
An abandoned object detection model. The lower three frames show steps in the process of detecting and tracking an abandoned object in a live video stream from a camera in a train station.
Video I/O, Visualization, and Graphics Sources and Sinks Video and Image Processing Blockset can read and write multimedia files in a wide range of formats, such as AVI, MPEG, and WMA. You can stream video to or from MMS sources over the Internet or a local network. You can acquire video directly from Web cameras, frame grabbers, DCAM-compatible cameras, and other imaging devices using Image Acquisition Toolbox. Simulink users can also use the MATLAB workspace as a video source or sink. Visualization The blockset includes a flexible video viewer with many features. You can: View video streams in-the-loop as the data is being processed View any video signal within your simulation Use multiple video viewers at the same time Start, stop, pause, and step through simulations one frame at a time Freeze the display and evaluate the current frame

Display pixel information for a region in the frame Pan and zoom for closer inspection as the simulation is running
A model with viewers for four videos: original, background estimate, segmentation results, and model output.
Graphics Adding graphics to video often helps with visualizing extracted information or debugging problems with a system design. You can insert text in order to count objects or keep track of other key information. You can insert graphics such as markers, lines, and polygons to delineate objects, important boundaries, or other key features. Inserted text and graphics are incorporated into the data itself rather than as a separate layer. You can also combine two video sources in a composite that can highlight objects or focus attention on a key region.
Images with text and graphics inserted. Adding these elements can help you visualize extracted information and debug your design.
Image Processing Primitives Preprocessing and Postprocessing Video and Image Processing Blockset provides image processing primitives for solving frequent system problems, such as interfering noise, low dynamic range, and out-of-focus optics. Preprocessing and postprocessing primitives include: 2D spatial filtering (FIR, convolution, median) 2D frequency domain filtering (FFT, DCT) Gamma correction, contrast adjustment, and histogram equalization Morphological Operators Morphological operators have a wide variety of uses, including correcting nonuniform illumination, enhancing contrast, removing noise, and thinning regions. Morphological operators in Video and Image Processing Blockset include: Erosion and dilation Opening and closing Labeling of connected components Top-hat and bottom-hat filtering Geometric Transformations Geometric transformations alter the spatial relationships between pixels in an image. Video and Image Processing Blockset provides primitives for simple operations such as resizing and rotation as well as more general affine and projective transformations. These primitives provide the foundation for applications such as stereo vision, video mosaicking, and video stabilization.
Using corner detection to find features in each video frame (left). A geometric transformation is estimated between consecutive frames using RANSAC and applied to create a mosaic image (right).

Color Operations Color operations enable you to represent and manipulate color signals and convert between different video formats. Video and Image Processing Blockset includes color primitives such as: Color space conversion for widely used color formats Downsampling or upsampling of chrominance components Bayer pattern demosaicking Segmentation and Feature Detection Algorithms for segmentation and feature detection provide the foundation for systems that extract information from images and video, such as those that perform object detection, recognition, and tracking. Image segmentation algorithms determine region or object boundaries in an image and are sometimes used to separate foreground objects from the background. The blockset includes feature detection algorithms for matching, registration, recognition, and other tasks. Video and Image Processing Blockset contains primitives such as: Edge detection, including Canny, Sobel, Prewitt, and Roberts methods Automatic thresholding using Otsus method Hough transform and finding lines Corner detection Template matching
Video frame from a lane departure warning system. The system uses autothresholding and a Hough transform to find lane markings.
Analysis Using objects or detected features, you can extract information from images using image analysis primitives. Video and Image Processing Blockset includes primitives for: Blob analysis to measure properties of image regions, such as area, centroid, and bounding box Statistical analysis, such as maximum, minimum, mean, median, variance, correlation, and standard deviation Tracing object boundaries to extract coordinate lists Labeling of connected components
A video frame displaying how morphological operators and blob analysis are used to count the number of E. coli bacteria.
Video Processing and Computer Vision Video Processing Video and Image Processing Blockset contains video-specific algorithms, including motion analysis techniques such as optical flow, block matching, and template matching. With the blockset, you can: Deinterlace video coming from interlaced cameras Implement video compression algorithms Convert between standard video formats Stabilize video from a moving camera
Output of a video stabilization model in Simulink. Camera motion is removed by searching for a target in a region of interest and shifting the frame appropriately.
Computer Vision Video and Image Processing Blockset includes a number of algorithms, workflows, and tools for computer vision. In-product demos show how to build systems for specific topics in computer vision. With the blockset, you can: Develop systems for people detection and tracking Perform scene reconstruction using a pair of stereo images Perform video mosaicking to form a comprehensive view of a scene Develop lane departure warning algorithms for automotive safety systems Inspect parts on an assembly line

Reconstructing a scene using a pair of stereo images. In order to visualize the disparity, the right channel (top left) is combined with the left channel to create a composite (top right). A depthmap of the scene (bottom left) is then derived, and a 3D rendering of the scene (bottom right) reconstructed from depth information.
System Design for Real-Time Video Processing Your workflow for rapid prototyping, verification, and implementation can be integrated with algorithm development in MATLAB and Simulink. You can convert floating-point algorithms into fixed-point representations to perform bit-true simulations. Create system-level test benches to verify system behavior against requirements before implementing hardware and software. Generate real-time C code from your MATLAB code or Simulink model and then download it onto a supported DSP board for real-time evaluation. Fixed-Point Modeling Many real-time systems use hardware that requires fixed-point representation of your algorithm. Video and Image Processing Blockset supports fixed-point modeling in all relevant blocks and System objects with dialog boxes and object properties that help you configure fixed-point attributes. Support for fixed point in the blockset includes: Word sizes from 1 to 128 bits Arbitrary binary-point placement Overflow handling methods (wrap or saturation) Rounding methods, including ceiling, convergent, floor, nearest, round, simplest, and zero The Fixed-Point Tool in Simulink Fixed Point facilitates the conversion of floating-point data types to fixed point. The GUI tracks overflows and maxima and minima, helping you to configure fixed-point properties.
Code Generation Support Once you have developed your algorithm or system model, you can automatically generate C code from it for verification, rapid prototyping, and implementation. Most blocks and many System objects in Video and Image Processing Blockset can generate ANSI/ISO C code using Real-Time Workshop and Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder. You can select optimizations for specific processor architectures and integrate legacy C code with the generated code to leverage existing intellectual property. You can generate C code for both floating-point and fixed-point data types. You can also generate C code for MATLAB code that combines System objects and Embedded MATLAB code.
A Simulink model designed to create code for a specific hardware target. This model generates C code for a video stabilization system and embeds the algorithm into a digital signal processor (DSP).

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