#!/usr/bin/env python
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"""Utilities for preprocessing vein imagery"""
import numpy
def assert_points(area, points):
"""Checks all points fall within the determined shape region, inclusively
This assertion function, test all points given in ``points`` fall within a
certain area provided in ``area``.
Parameters:
area (tuple): A tuple containing the size of the limiting area where the
points should all be in.
points (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy ndarray with any number of rows (points)
and 2 columns (representing ``y`` and ``x`` coordinates respectively), or
any type convertible to this format. This array contains the points that
will be checked for conformity. In case one of the points doesn't fall
into the determined area an assertion is raised.
Raises:
AssertionError: In case one of the input points does not fall within the
area defined.
"""
for k in points:
assert 0 <= k[0] < area[0] and 0 <= k[1] < area[1], \
"Point (%d, %d) is not inside the region determined by area " \
"(%d, %d)" % (k[0], k[1], area[0], area[1])
def fix_points(area, points):
"""Checks/fixes all points so they fall within the determined shape region
Points which are lying outside the determined area will be brought into the
area by moving the offending coordinate to the border of the said area.
Parameters:
area (tuple): A tuple containing the size of the limiting area where the
points should all be in.
points (numpy.ndarray): A 2D :py:class:`numpy.ndarray` with any number of
rows (points) and 2 columns (representing ``y`` and ``x`` coordinates
respectively), or any type convertible to this format. This array
contains the points that will be checked/fixed for conformity. In case
one of the points doesn't fall into the determined area, it is silently
corrected so it does.
Returns:
numpy.ndarray: A **new** array of points with corrected coordinates
"""
retval = numpy.array(points).copy()
retval[retval<0] = 0 #floor at 0 for both axes
y, x = retval[:,0], retval[:,1]
y[y>=area[0]] = area[0] - 1
x[x>=area[1]] = area[1] - 1
return retval
def poly_to_mask(shape, points):
"""Generates a binary mask from a set of 2D points
Parameters:
shape (tuple): A tuple containing the size of the output mask in height and
width, for Bob compatibility ``(y, x)``.
points (list): A list of tuples containing the polygon points that form a
region on the target mask. A line connecting these points will be drawn
and all the points in the mask that fall on or within the polygon line,
will be set to ``True``. All other points will have a value of ``False``.
Returns:
numpy.ndarray: A 2D numpy ndarray with ``dtype=bool`` with the mask
generated with the determined shape, using the points for the polygon.
"""
from PIL import Image, ImageDraw
# n.b.: PIL images are (x, y), while Bob shapes are represented in (y, x)!
mask = Image.new('L', (shape[1], shape[0]))
# coverts whatever comes in into a list of tuples for PIL
fixed = tuple(map(tuple, numpy.roll(fix_points(shape, points), 1, 1)))
# draws polygon
ImageDraw.Draw(mask).polygon(fixed, fill=255)
return numpy.array(mask, dtype=numpy.bool)
def mask_to_image(mask, dtype=numpy.uint8):
"""Converts a binary (boolean) mask into an integer or floating-point image
This function converts a boolean binary mask into an image of the desired
type by setting the points where ``False`` is set to 0 and points where
``True`` is set to the most adequate value taking into consideration the
destination data type ``dtype``. Here are support types and their ranges:
* numpy.uint8: ``[0, (2^8)-1]``
* numpy.uint16: ``[0, (2^16)-1]``
* numpy.uint32: ``[0, (2^32)-1]``
* numpy.uint64: ``[0, (2^64)-1]``
* numpy.float32: ``[0, 1.0]`` (fixed)
* numpy.float64: ``[0, 1.0]`` (fixed)
* numpy.float128: ``[0, 1.0]`` (fixed)
All other types are currently unsupported.
Parameters:
mask (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy ndarray with boolean data type, containing
the mask that will be converted into an image.
dtype (numpy.dtype): A valid numpy data-type from the list above for the
resulting image
Returns:
numpy.ndarray: With the designated data type, containing the binary image
formed from the mask.
Raises:
TypeError: If the type is not supported by this function
"""
dtype = numpy.dtype(dtype)
retval = mask.astype(dtype)
if dtype in (numpy.uint8, numpy.uint16, numpy.uint32, numpy.uint64):
retval[retval == 1] = numpy.iinfo(dtype).max
elif dtype in (numpy.float32, numpy.float64, numpy.float128):
pass
else:
raise TypeError("Data type %s is unsupported" % dtype)
return retval
def show_image(image):
"""Shows a single image
Parameters:
image (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy.ndarray compose of 8-bit unsigned
integers containing the original image
"""
from PIL import Image
img = Image.fromarray(image)
img.show()
def show_mask_over_image(image, mask, color='red'):
"""Plots the mask over the image of a finger, for debugging purposes
Parameters:
image (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy.ndarray compose of 8-bit unsigned
integers containing the original image
mask (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy.ndarray compose of boolean values
containing the calculated mask
"""
from PIL import Image
img = Image.fromarray(image).convert(mode='RGBA')
msk = Image.fromarray((~mask).astype('uint8')*80)
red = Image.new('RGBA', img.size, color=color)
img.paste(red, mask=msk)
img.show()
def jaccard_index(a, b):
"""Calculates the intersection over union for two masks
This function calculates the Jaccard index:
.. math::
J(A,B) &= \\frac{|A \cap B|}{|A \\cup B|} \\\\
&= \\frac{|A \cap B|}{|A|+|B|-|A \\cup B|}
Parameters:
a (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`
b (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`
Returns:
float: The floating point number that corresponds to the Jaccard index. The
float value lies inside the interval :math:`[0, 1]`. If ``a`` and ``b`` are
equal, then the similarity is maximum and the value output is ``1.0``. If
the areas are exclusive, then the value output by this function is ``0.0``.
"""
return (a & b).sum().astype(float) / (a | b).sum().astype(float)
def intersect_ratio(a, b):
"""Calculates the intersection ratio between a probe and ground-truth
This function calculates the intersection ratio between a probe mask
(:math:`B`) and a ground-truth mask (:math:`A`; probably generated from an
annotation), and returns the ratio of overlap when the probe is compared to
the ground-truth data:
.. math::
R(A,B) = \\frac{|A \\cap B|}{|A|}
So, if the probe occupies the entirety of the ground-truth data, then the
output of this function is ``1.0``, otherwise, if areas are exclusive, then
this function returns ``0.0``. The output of this function should be analyzed
against the output of :py:func:`intersect_ratio_of_complement`, which
provides the complementary information about the intersection of the areas
being analyzed.
Parameters:
a (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`, that
corresponds to the **ground-truth object**
b (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`, that
corresponds to the probe object that will be compared to the ground-truth
Returns:
float: The floating point number that corresponds to the overlap ratio. The
float value lies inside the interval :math:`[0, 1]`.
"""
return (a & b).sum().astype(float) / a.sum().astype(float)
def intersect_ratio_of_complement(a, b):
"""Calculates the intersection ratio between a probe and the ground-truth
complement
This function calculates the intersection ratio between a probe mask
(:math:`B`) and *the complement* of a ground-truth mask (:math:`A`; probably
generated from an annotation), and returns the ratio of overlap when the
probe is compared to the ground-truth data:
.. math::
R(A,B) = \\frac{|A^c \\cap B|}{|A|} = B \\setminus A
So, if the probe is totally inside the ground-truth data, then the output of
this function is ``0.0``, otherwise, if areas are exclusive for example, then
this function outputs greater than zero. The output of this function should
be analyzed against the output of :py:func:`intersect_ratio`, which provides
the complementary information about the intersection of the areas being
analyzed.
Parameters:
a (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`, that
corresponds to the **ground-truth object**
b (numpy.ndarray): A 2D numpy array with dtype :py:obj:`bool`, that
corresponds to the probe object that will be compared to the ground-truth
Returns:
float: The floating point number that corresponds to the overlap ratio
between the probe area and the *complement* of the ground-truth area.
There are no bounds for the float value on the right side:
:math:`[0, +\\infty)`.
"""
return ((~a) & b).sum().astype(float) / a.sum().astype(float)