Location and correction of geometrically transformed QR code images

Location and correction of geometrically transformed QR code images


QR code is a popular monochrome two-dimensional bar code, which is typically used to store website address. In most cases, this information is
retrieved via a camera phone. The QR code is often captured by the user in different location, angle and lighting condition. The aim of this project is to
propose and develop an algorithm that can (1) locate and extract the QR code from the captured image, and (2) correct any geometrical transformation that
exists in the image.
– no more than 10 pages in total, counting from the cover page to the references (does not
include appendices if any)
– typed in A4 pages in a single column with 1.5 line spacing, 4 cm left margin and 2 cm top,
bottom and right margins, and
– typed in a clear font of readable size.
The report must include the following elements:
– Cover Page, which includes
o Unit Code and Title
o The heading “Proposal and Risk Assessment Report”;
o Project Title, Student Name and Student Number;
o Date;
o Supervisor Name at the bottom of the page;
Page number in all pages except for the front cover page.
– Abstract that is no more than 200 words in length.
– Introduction, which includes:
o Motivation
Provide the reason for undertaking this project and explain why this project is
important. Provide sufficient background information and describe the current;
state of the art.
o Objectives
Define the objectives of this project. Identify the scope and the assumption.
o Significance
Describe the significance or the expected benefits of this project. Explain how the
objectives will advance the current state of the art.

– Proposed Approach (ignore)

Break the project into a set of specific tasks. Propose an appropriate and innovative
approach to carry out each of these tasks. These tasks will vary depending on the nature
of the project. For literature review tasks, identify the databases and bodies of literature
that will drive the review. For theoretical tasks, identify the approach that will be
developed. For modelling tasks, identify the computing resources that will be used, or
the platform for the development of any new software. For experimental tasks, describe
the equipment and specific techniques that will be employed. For design tasks, identify
the tools that will be required. Also, ascertain the availability and accessibility of
experimental equipment, computing resources, work space, and so on.

– Timeline (ignore)

Provide a clear description of a well thought out project timeline. The use of graphs is
highly recommended. Determine whether or not the proposed timeline is realistic.
Identify and discuss all items on the critical path. Note that this timeline covers the
entire project in both semesters.

– Health Risk Assessment (*Important)
Provide a thorough assessment of the likely risks associated with the project; this is in
terms of the Occupational, Safety and Health risks. State the plausibility of each risk.
Provide risk management strategies to eliminate or mitigate the risks discussed. Also,
determine whether or not the proposed risk management strategies are plausible and
reasonable. The use of tables to present your findings is highly recommended.
-Progress to Date (ignore)
Summarise any results obtained to date if you have already made substantial progress
by the time of writing the project proposal. Although no marks will be awarded directly
on this section, information presented here will be treated as additional supporting
evidence for statements made in other sections.
– Conclusion
Provide a brief conclusion here.
– References (* using IEEE referencing style)
Adequate and relevant references should be provided with complete details and in a
consistent and correct format. Ensure all references are cited properly in text.

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