Advancements in Image Processing Techniques for Computer Vision Applications

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 27-32
By

Jayshree Dwivedi

Pragya Rajput

  1. Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science Engineering, Corporate Institute of Science & Technology, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh India
  2. Assistant Professor Department of Computer Science Engineering, Corporate Institute of Science & Technology, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh India

Abstract

The fast-developing field of computer vision is transforming how people perceive and comprehend pictures and movies. Autonomous systems, robotics, healthcare, and surveillance are just a few of the many applications that have been made possible by recent significant advances in image and video processing. An overview of current developments in computer vision approaches, algorithms, and techniques for image and video analysis is given in this abstract. In conclusion, the analysis of images and videos has advanced significantly in the field of computer vision. Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) and CNNs are two examples of deep learning approaches that have been used to increase accuracy, robustness, and efficiency in a variety of applications. A richer understanding has resulted from the integration of semantic analysis with temporal and spatial data.

Keywords: Image processing, CNN, GANs, machine learning, RNN

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Volume 11
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Received January 25, 2024
Accepted February 29, 2024
Published April 3, 2024