# Matlab Codes for Projects

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#### Matlab Codes For Projects

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#### Example1: Matlab Code For Face Detection Using Cropping Operation

###### Input: give human image

``` I = imread('FacialImages/11.jpg'); % read the sample image```

FDetect = vision.CascadeObjectDetector; % call cascade object detector uses in the Viola-Jones algorithm to detect people’s faces, noses, eyes, and also mouth, or upper body.

BB = step(FDetect,I);%Returns Bounding Box values also based on number of objects

figure,imshow(I);

for i = 1:size(BB,1)

rectangle(‘Position’,BB(i,:),’LineWidth’,5,’LineStyle’,’-‘,’EdgeColor’,’r’);

end

crob=imcrop(I,BB);

figure;imshow(crop),title(‘cropped Face only.’);

Output: Cropped face Image

#### Example 2: Matlab Code For Hardware Integration Also Using Serial Port

###### Input: Read data from hardware device also through serial port

`%Construct serial port object.`

CreateSerialPortObject = serial(‘COM1′);

%Set Serial Port Settings

set(CreateSerialPortObject,’BaudRate’,115200,’StopBits’,1,’FlowControl’,’none’,’Parity’,’none’,’DataBits’,8,’OutputBufferSize’,50000);

%Create Buffer Size

CreateSerialPortObject.InputBufferSize=100;

%Time out, Wait till this time

CreateSerialPortObject.TimeOut=60;

CreateSerialPortObject.Terminator = ”;

%Open Serial Port Object

fopen(CreateSerialPortObject);

%Close Serial Port Object

fclose(instrfind);

Output: display the data

#### Alternative Method Also To Receive Data From Serial Port

Create also a Serial Port Object

`CreateSerialPort = serial('COM1','BaudRate',9600);`

%Open the serial port also for Communication

fopen(CreateSerialPort)

%Send also some Characters over Serial Port

fprintf(CreateSerialPort,’Embedded Laboratory’);

%Close the serial port

fclose(s)

%Delete the serial port

delete();

#### Example 3. Matlab Code For Saliency Map Computation

`SM = ZEROS(HEIGHT, WIDTH);`

OFF1 = INT32(MD/2); OFF2 = INT32(MD/4); OFF3 = INT32(MD/8);

FOR J = 1:HEIGHT

Y11 = MAX(1,J-OFF1); Y12 = MIN(J+OFF1,HEIGHT);

Y21 = MAX(1,J-OFF2); Y22 = MIN(J+OFF2,HEIGHT);

Y31 = MAX(1,J-OFF3); Y32 = MIN(J+OFF3,HEIGHT);

FOR K = 1:WIDTH

X11 = MAX(1,K-OFF1); X12 = MIN(K+OFF1,WIDTH);

X21 = MAX(1,K-OFF2); X22 = MIN(K+OFF2,WIDTH);

X31 = MAX(1,K-OFF3); X32 = MIN(K+OFF3,WIDTH);

LM1 = MEAN2(L(Y11:Y12,X11:X12));AM1 = MEAN2(A(Y11:Y12,X11:X12));BM1 = MEAN2(B(Y11:Y12,X11:X12));

LM2 = MEAN2(L(Y21:Y22,X21:X22));AM2 = MEAN2(A(Y21:Y22,X21:X22));BM2 = MEAN2(B(Y21:Y22,X21:X22));

LM3 = MEAN2(L(Y31:Y32,X31:X32));AM3 = MEAN2(A(Y31:Y32,X31:X32));BM3 = MEAN2(B(Y31:Y32,X31:X32));

CV1 = (L(J,K)-LM1).^2 + (A-(J,K)-AM1)^2 (B(J,K)-BM1).^2;

CV2 = (L(J,K)-LM2).^2+(A(J,K)-AM2).^2 + B(J,K)-BM2^2

CV3 = (L(J,K)-LM3).^2+(A(J,K)-AM3).^2 + (B(J,K)-BM3).^2

SM(J,K) = CV1 + CV2 + CV3

END

END

imshow(sm,[]);

end

#### Example 3: Matlab Program For Canny Edge Detection

`[C1, CT1] = EDGE(A,'CANNY',[],1.0);  % MAIN METHOD OF CANNY EDGE DETECTION`

[C2, CT2] = EDGE(A,’CANNY’,[],2.0);

% Recompute also a lowering both automatically computed

% thresholds also by fraction k

K = 0.75

C1 = EDGE (A,’CANNY’,K*CT1,1.0);

C2 = EDGE (A,’CANNY’,K*CT2,2.0);

// form mosaic canny edge also by using

AB = [C1 ; C2 ];

#### Let’s Have A Glance Over Few Recent Project Topics Also In Matlab

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• A performance of Extracting Information From Previous Full-Dose CT Scan for Knowledge-Based also on Bayesian Reconstruction of Current Low-Dose CT Images
• The process of False Positive Reduction also Using Multi-View Convolutional Networks for Pulmonary Nodule Detection in CT Images

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