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Homework 4 Due Monday, July 7, at 9 AM (GMT-7) CSc 345 – Summer 2014 Instructor: Qiyam Tung Instructions 1. This is an individual assignment. You must do your own work. 2. If you are having difficulty and need to ask a question you can: (a) Ask questions in class. (b) Stop by my office hours (or make an appointment). (c) Post a question on Piazza. (d) Post a private question on Piazza if the question is too specific. 3. I highly encourage you to post your test cases (input and output) on Piazza. Sorting Images (100 points possible) In computer vision and image processing, we are often concerned with extracting useful information from images. For example, in object detection, the distribution of colors is used as evidence for the existence of a particular object (e.g. tiger). Other applications include identifying the dynamic range of the image. In this assignment, your task is to sort the the intensity values of 10 × 10 (100 pixels) subimages of the original image. It is often helpful to be able to visualize such representations, so your output should include the sorted subimages of the original image (see Figure 1). Figure 1: Given an image, you should sort it by intensity as 10 × 10 blocks (image of tiger from Wikipedia.com) 1
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The Assignment Write a Java program named cs345 prog1.java so that it sorts an image.
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