CSC I6716 - Spring 2012 3D

Assignment 1 ( Deadline: Feb 23 before class)

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Note: All the writings must be hard copies in print. You also need to turn in your “soft” copies of your assignment by sending me by email attachments. You are responsible for the lose of your submissions if you don’t include “CSC I6716 ” (exactly) in the subject of your email. Send your source code to me ONLY – please don’t send in your images and executable. Do write your names and IDs (last four digits) in both your hard copy and soft copy submissions.

Image formation. In this small project, you are going to use Matlab to read, manipulate and write image data. The purpose of the project is to make you familiar with the basic digital image formations. Your program should do the following things:

- Read in a color image C1(x,y) = (R(x,y), G(x,y), B(x,y)) in Windows BMP format, and display it.
- Display the images of the three color components, R(x,y), G(x,y) and B(x,y), separately. You should display three black-white-like images.
- Generate an intensity image I(x,y) and display it. You should use the equation I = 0.299R + 0.587G + 0.114B (the NTSC standard for luminance).
- The original intensity image should have 256 gray
levels.
Please uniformly quantize this image into K levels ( K=4, 16,
32,
64). As an example, when K=2 , pixels Whose
values
are below 128 are turned to 0, otherwise to 255.
Display
the four quantized images and tell us what images still
look like
the original ones.

- Quantize the original three-band color image C1(x,y) into K level color images CK(x,y)= (R’(x,y), G’(x,y), B’(x,y)) (with uniform intervals) , and display them. You may choose K=2 and 4 (for each band).
- Quantize the original three-band color image C1(x,y) into a color image CL(x,y)= (R’(x,y), G’(x,y), B’(x,y)) (with a logarithmic function) , and display it. You may choose a function I' =C ln (I+1) ( for each band), where I is the original value (0~255) , I' is the quantized value, and C is a constant to scale I' into (0~255), and ln is the natural logarithm. Note that when I = 0, I' = 0 too.

**Please give your conclusions for this experiment and write them into your paper submissions.**