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Richard Alan Peters II

Department of Electrical Engineering and

Computer Science

Fall Semester 2007

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Digital Image

pixel; monochrome images have 1

value per pixel.

gridof

ofsquares,

squares,

aagrid

eachof

ofwhich

which

each

containsaasingle

single

contains

color

color

eachsquare

squareisis

each

calledaapixel

pixel(for

(for

called

pictureelement)

element)

picture

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Pixels

of uniformly spaced discrete points, {p = (r,c)},

into a set of positive integer values, {I( p)}, or a

set of vector values, e.g., {[R G B]T(p)}.

At each column location in each row of I there

is a value.

The pair ( p, I( p) ) is called a pixel (for

picture element).

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Pixels

and column, c.

I( p) = I(r,c) is the value of the pixel at location

p.

If I( p) is a single number then I is

monochrome.

If I( p) is a vector (ordered list of numbers)

then I has multiple bands (e.g., a color image).

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Pixels

Pixel Location: p = (r , c)

Pixel Value: I(p) = I(r , c)

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Pixel : [ p, I(p)]

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Pixels

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Pixel : [ p, I(p)]

real image

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sampled

quantized

sampled &

quantized

column index

column index

row index

row index

pixel grid

real image

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sampled

quantized

sampled &

quantized

Take

Takethe

theaverage

average

within

each

within eachsquare.

square.

Sampling

IC ,

I S ( r, c )

continuous image

sampled image

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Take

Takethe

theaverage

average

within

each

within eachsquare.

square.

Sampling

IC ,

I S ( r, c )

continuous image

sampled image

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Take

Takethe

theaverage

average

within

each

within eachsquare.

square.

Sampling

IC ,

I S ( r, c )

continuous image

sampled image

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Take

Takethe

theaverage

average

within

each

within eachsquare.

square.

Sampling

IC ,

I S ( r, c )

continuous image

sampled image

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http://boingboing.net/

http://boingboing.net/

Mark Frauenfelder

John Battelle

Xeni Jardin

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First,

First,select

selectaa

region

regionusing

using

the

magnifier.

the magnifier.

left

leftclick

clickhere

hereand

andhold

hold

from the image

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drag

dragto

tohere

hereand

andrelease

release

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From

Fromthis

thisclose-up

close-up

we

can

estimate

we can estimate

the

thecoordinates

coordinates of

of

the

theregion:

region:

rows:

rows:about

about125

125to

to425

425

cols:

about

700

to

1050

cols: about 700 to 1050

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Here

Hereititis:

is:

Now

Nowclose

closethe

the

other

otherimage

image

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Bring

Bringititto

tothe

the

front

using

the

front using the

figure

figurecommand,

command,

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then

thentype

typeclose

close

at

atthe

theprompt.

prompt.

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T(231,326,:)

col: 326

Intensityvalues

values

Intensity

areintegers

integers

are

between00and

and255.

255.

between

227

222

96

imageclass:

class:uint8

uint8

image

imagetype:

type:truecolor

truecolor

image

row: 231

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T(231,326,:)

col: 326

Intensityvalues

values

Intensity

arenumbers

numbers

are

between00and

and1.1.

between

0.89

0.87

0.38

imageclass:

class:double

double

image

imagetype:

type:truecolor

truecolor

image

row: 231

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Numberat

atpixel

pixel

Number

locationisisan

anindex

index

location

intoaacolormap.

colormap.

into

Intensityvalues

values

Intensity

areintegers

integers

are

between00and

and1.1.

between

colormap

0.1804

0.6863

0.8863

0.1882

0.7098

0.9059

0.0627

0.2902

0.2549

red

green

blue

I(231,326,:) = 214

col: 326

256

226

231

65

row: 231

imageclass:

class:uint8

uint8

image

imagetype:

type:colormapped

colormapped

image

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24-bit truecolor

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24-bit truecolor

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>> [M,CMAP] = imread(button_mapped.bmp,bmp);

Indices contained

contained in

in M(254:258,254:258)

M(254:258,254:258)

Indices

111 121

48 111

48

110

48 111 110 111

110 111 121

48 121

121

48 110 111

48

110 121

48 121 110

actual values

values in

in CMAP(109:113,:)

CMAP(109:113,:)

actual

R

G

B

109

110

111

112

113

0.6588

0.2196

0.4706

0.5333

0.2824

0.4706

0.1569

0.3451

0.4078

0.2196

0.8471

0.2824

0.5961

0.6588

0.3451

255*CMAP(109:113,:)

255*CMAP(109:113,:)

R

G

B

109

110

111

112

113

168

56

120

136

72

120

40

88

104

56

216

72

152

168

Last

Last

33

cols.

cols.

only

only

88

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M is a 512x512x1, 8-bit image.

It has 262,144 pixels.

Each pixel has a value between

0 & 255.

along with image. cmap is a 256x3 type-double matrix, each

row of which lists a color in terms of its R, G, & B intensities,

which are given as fractions between 0 and 1.

>> T = uint8(reshape(cmap(M+1,:),[size(M) 3])*255);

intensity values is reshaped

into a 512x512x3 image of

type double. The values are

scaled to lie between 0 & 255

then converted to type uint8.

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rearranges M into a 262,144 x 1 list. Each

number in the list (if it has 1 added to it)

refers to a row of the colormap. Then,

cmap(M+1,:) produces a 262,144 x 3 matrix of

intensity values of type double between 0 & 1.

1999-2007 by Richard Alan Peters II

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ramp = (0:255)'/255;

kcm = [ramp ramp ramp];

graycolormap:

colormap:

gray

R(k)=G(k)=B(k)

R(k)=G(k)=B(k)

25633matrix

matrix

256

redcolormap:

colormap:

red

GG==BB==0;0;

greencolormap:

colormap:

green

RR==BB==0;0;

% apply one by selecting the figure

% then entering:

bluecolormap:

colormap:

blue

RR==GG==0;0;

colormap(kcm)

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0

0.0039

0.0078

0.0118

0.0157

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

Thiscode,

code, 0:255

0:255, ,

This

generatesaa11row

rowby

by

generates

256element

elementvector

vector

256

ofclass

classdouble

doublethat

that

of

containsnumbers

numbers00

contains

through255

255inclusive.

inclusive.

through

0.9843

0.9882

0.9922

0.9961

1.0000

This, (0:255)

(0:255), ,has

has

This,

thesame

samecontents

contents

the

andclass

classbut

butisisaa256

256

and

rowby

by11column

column

row

vector. The

The

vector.

apostrophe()()isisthe

the

apostrophe

matrixtranspose

transpose

matrix

operator.

operator.

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R,

R,G,

G,&&BBbands

bandsofofaa

truecolor

truecolorimage

imagedisplayed

displayed

with

grayscale

colormaps

with grayscale colormaps

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>>

>> Rd

Rd == I(:,:,1);

I(:,:,1);

>>

colormap(kcm);

>> colormap(kcm);

>>

>> Gn

Gn == I(:,:,2);

I(:,:,2);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

>>

>> Bl

Bl == I(:,:,3);

I(:,:,3);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

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R,

R,G,

G,&&BBbands

bandsofofaa

truecolor

truecolorimage

imagedisplayed

displayed

with

grayscale

colormaps

with grayscale colormaps

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>>

>> Rd

Rd == I(:,:,1);

I(:,:,1);

>>

colormap(kcm);

>> colormap(kcm);

R

>>

>> Gn

Gn == I(:,:,2);

I(:,:,2);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

G

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>>

>> Bl

Bl == I(:,:,3);

I(:,:,3);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

B

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R,

R,G,

G,&&BBbands

bandsofofaa

truecolor

truecolorimage

imagedisplayed

displayed

with

tinted

colormaps

with tinted colormaps

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>>

>> Rd

Rd == I(:,:,1);

I(:,:,1);

>>

colormap(rcm);

>> colormap(rcm);

>>

>> Gn

Gn == I(:,:,2);

I(:,:,2);

>>

>> colormap(gcm);

colormap(gcm);

>>

>> Bl

Bl == I(:,:,3);

I(:,:,3);

>>

>> colormap(bcm);

colormap(bcm);

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R,

R,G,

G,&&BBbands

bandsofofaa

truecolor

truecolorimage

imagedisplayed

displayed

with

tinted

colormaps

with tinted colormaps

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>>

>> Rd

Rd == I(:,:,1);

I(:,:,1);

>>

colormap(rcm);

>> colormap(rcm);

R

>>

>> Gn

Gn == I(:,:,2);

I(:,:,2);

>>

>> colormap(gcm);

colormap(gcm);

G

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>>

>> Bl

Bl == I(:,:,3);

I(:,:,3);

>>

>> colormap(bcm);

colormap(bcm);

B

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R,

R,G,

G,&&BBbands

bandsofofaa

truecolor

truecolorimage

imagedisplayed

displayed

with

grayscale

colormaps

with grayscale colormaps

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>> I = imread('blue_grapes_sm.jpg','jpg');

>>

>> Rd

Rd == I(:,:,1);

I(:,:,1);

>>

colormap(kcm);

>> colormap(kcm);

R

>>

>> Gn

Gn == I(:,:,2);

I(:,:,2);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

G

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>>

>> Bl

Bl == I(:,:,3);

I(:,:,3);

>>

>> colormap(kcm);

colormap(kcm);

B

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

% truecolor as .bmp

imwrite(I,image_name.bmp,bmp);

% truecolor as .jpg (default quality = 75)

imwrite(I,image_name.jpg,jpg);

% truecolor as .jpg (quality = 100)

imwrite(I,image_name.jpg,jpg,Quality,100);

% colormapped as .bmp

imwrite(I,cmap,image_name.bmp,bmp);

% colormapped as .gif

imwrite(I,cmap,image_name.gif,gif);

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Assuming

Assumingthat

that

IIcontains

containsthe

theimage

image

of

the

correct

class,

of the correct class,

that

that

cmap

cmapisisaacolormap,

colormap,

and

that

and that

image_name

image_nameisisthe

the

file-name

that

you

file-name that you

want.

want.

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Double Exposure:

Adding Two Images

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

Example

Example

JW = imread('Jim Woodring - Bumperillo.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

figure

image(JW)

truesize

title('Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring')

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

figure

image(MR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Cecelia')

xlabel('Mark Ryden')

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

image(JWplusMR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

Example

Example

JW = imread('Jim Woodring - Bumperillo.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

figure

image(JW)

truesize

title('Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring')

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

figure

image(MR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Cecelia')

xlabel('Mark Ryden')

Cutaasection

sectionout

outof

ofthe

themiddle

middleof

ofthe

thelarger

larger

Cut

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

imagethe

thesame

samesize

sizeas

asthe

thesmaller

smallerimage.

image.

image

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

image(JWplusMR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

Example

Example

JW = imread('Jim Woodring - Bumperillo.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

figure

image(JW)

truesize

title('Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring')

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

figure

image(MR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Cecelia')

xlabel('Mark Ryden')

Notethat

thatthe

theimages

imagesare

areaveraged,

averaged,

Note

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

pixelwise.

pixelwise.

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

image(JWplusMR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

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>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

Example

Example

JW = imread('Jim Woodring - Bumperillo.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

figure

image(JW)

truesize

title('Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring')

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

figure

image(MR)

truesize

title('The Ecstasy of Cecelia')

xlabel('Mark Ryden')

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

Notethe

thedata

dataclass

class

image(JWplusMR)

Note

conversions.

truesize

conversions.

title('The Ecstasy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

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Intensity Masking:

Multiplying Two Images

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>>

>>

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>>

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>>

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>>

Example

Example

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

image(JWplusMR)

truesize

title('The Extacsy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

JWtimesMR = double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:)).*double(MR);

M = max(JWtimesMR(:));

m = min(JWtimesMR(:));

JWtimesMR = uint8(255*(double(JWtimesMR)-m)/(M-m));

figure

image(JWtimesMR)

truesize

title('EcstasyBumperillo')

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>>

>>

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Example

Example

MR = imread('Mark Ryden - The Ecstasy of Cecelia.jpg','jpg');

MatlabCode

Code

Matlab

[RMR,CMR,DMR] = size(MR);

[RJW,CJW,DJW] = size(JW);

rb = round((RJW-RMR)/2);

cb = round((CJW-CMR)/2);

JWplusMR = uint8((double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:))+double(MR))/2);

figure

image(JWplusMR)

Notethat

thatthe

theimages

imagesare

aremultiplied,

multiplied,pixelwise.

pixelwise.

Note

truesize

title('The Extacsy of Bumperillo')

xlabel('Jim Woodring + Mark Ryden')

JWtimesMR = double(JW(rb:(rb+RMR-1),cb:(cb+CMR-1),:)).*double(MR);

M = max(JWtimesMR(:));

m = min(JWtimesMR(:));

JWtimesMR = uint8(255*(double(JWtimesMR)-m)/(M-m));

figure

image(JWtimesMR)

truesize

Notehow

howthe

theimage

imageintensities

intensitiesare

are

title('EcstasyBumperillo')

Note

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scaledback

backinto

intothe

therange

range0-255.

0-255.

scaled

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For loops in Matlab are inefficient, whereas Matlabs

native indexing procedures are very fast.

IP_Function

IP_Functionisis

some

somearbitrary

arbitraryimage

image

processing

function

processing function

that

thatyou

youor

orsomeone

someone

else

has

written.

else has written.

Rather than

for

for rr == 1:R

1:R

for

c

for c == 1:C

1:C

J(r,c,:)

J(r,c,:) == IP_Function(I(r,c,:));

IP_Function(I(r,c,:));

end

end

end

end

use, if possible

JJ == IP_Function(I);

IP_Function(I);

But, sometimes that is not possible.

For example, if the output, J, is decimated with respect to the input, I,

the above will not work (unless, of course, it is done within

IP_function).

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Here,

Here,

n=3

n=3

1:n:R;

rr == 1:n:R;

I(r,:,:)

I(r,:,:)

I(:,c,:)

I(:,c,:)

create a vector, r, that contains the index of

every nth row, and a similar vector, c.

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c = [1 4 7 10 13 16 19 22 25 28 31]

1:n:C;

cc == 1:n:C;

r = [1 4 7 10 13 16 19 22 25 28 31]

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Here,

Here,

n=3

n=3

Takethe

the

Take

pixels

pixels

indexed

indexed

byboth

both

by

andc.c.

r rand

This

Thisisiscalled,

called,

vectorizing.

vectorizing.

I(r,c)

I(r,c)

arguments for image I select every

nth column in every nth row.

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Here,

Here,

n=3

n=3

J = I(r,c,:);

image,

image, II

rr == 1:n:R;

1:n:R;

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cc == 1:n:C;

1:n:C;

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Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

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Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

March 6, 2015

53

Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

March 6, 2015

54

Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

March 6, 2015

55

Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

March 6, 2015

56

Indexing in Matlab is fully general.

If I is R x C x B, vectors r and c

can contain any numbers 1 rk R

and 1 ck C.

The numbers can be in any order

and can be repeated within r and c.

The result of I(r,c) is an ordinal

shuffling of the pixels from I as

indexed by r and c.

Whenever

Wheneverpossible,

possible,

avoid

using

for

avoid using forloops;

loops;

vectorize

instead.

vectorize instead.

March 6, 2015

57

>> I = imread('Lawraa - Flickr - 278635073_883bd891ec_o.jpg','jpg');

>> size(I)

ans =

576

768

3

>> r = randperm(576);

>> c = randperm(768);

>> J = I(r,c,:);

>> figure

>> image(J)

>> truesize

>> title('Scrambled Image')

>> xlabel('What is it?')

Fun(if

(ifyoure

yourean

animaging

imaginggeek)

geek)

Fun

thingto

totry

trywith

withMatlab

Matlab

thing

indexing: Scramble

Scramblean

animage!

image!

indexing:

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58

Theimage

imagecan

canbe

be

The

unscrambledusing

using

unscrambled

the

row

and

column

the row and column

permutation

permutation

vectors,rr&&c.c.

vectors,

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

>>

xlabel('What is it?')

K(r,c,:) = J;

figure

image(K)

truesize

title('Yay!!!')

xlabel('Photo: Lawraa on Flickr.com')

March 6, 2015

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