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![The interdependent packets of data in the three input DMAs](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/raw/main/Schedule_Viewer.JPG "Interdependency to synchronize our image processing which can also be a bottleneck since we need to wait for other 2 DMA data to arrive.")
[The notebook for analysis of the algorithm itself and looking at its corresponding CPU implementation.](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/blob/main/Image_Filter_FPGA_CPU.ipynb)
[The notebook for analysis](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/blob/main/Image_Filter_FPGA_CPU.ipynb) of the algorithm itself and looking at its corresponding CPU implementation.
![The block diagram illustrated](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/raw/main/Block_diagram_illustrated.jpg 'Blockdiagram')
https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/blob/main/design_1.pdf
## Instroduction to the algorithm
## Introduction to the algorithm
<br>*The Robert's cross operation is very effective in detecting features in an image, specifically for images with more precise features*</br>
<br>*The Robert's operator is a 2x2 Matrix that can be used to find out differences in image boundaries becuase of it's weights*<br>
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But the best part of the result is summarized in the following:
#### An Important observation was that for very large images (greater then 1 MB) our resizer is almost 3 times faster, thoguh its about 0.2 times fast for lower size images.
Please refer to the Jupyter notebook linked [here](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/blob/main/Notebook_Speed_Comparison.ipynb) which shows this result (image 2 and 3 are around 200KB rest are above 800KB)
Please refer to the [Jupyter notebook linked here](https://mygit.th-deg.de/sm11312/fpga_final_project/-/blob/main/Notebook_Speed_Comparison.ipynb) which shows this result (image 2 and 3 are around 200KB rest are above 800KB)
## Future scope
*This is a new idea and has no previous references except implementaton guides. All the code and ideas were developed groundup*
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