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Sheet1 Page 1 // CS559 Wisconisn 1.A1/5 [ 1 3 4 7 8 11 10 14 12 17 15 19 17 20 17 15 10 7 3 ] 1.B1/6 [ 1 4 8 11 10 15 12 19 14 23 17 27 19 25 20 18 9 ] (Note: Reverse the kernel when doing convolution! If you didn't, you would get 1/6 [ 3 8 8 13 10 17 12 21 14 25 19 25 21 23 20 10 3 ], which is incorrect.) 1.C1/30 [ 1 5 13 24 34 48 56 67 70 83 85 100 100 111 108 109 91 72 47 27 9 ] 1.D1/5 [ 4 7 8 11 10 14 12 17 15 19 17 20 17 15 10 ] 1.E1/5 [ 7 9 8 11 10 14 12 17 15 19 17 20 17 19 17 ] 1.F1/5 [ 20/3 35/4 8 11 10 14 12 17 15 19 17 20 17 75/4 50/3 ] 2.A2 (t = 1.5) (Note: Reverse the kernel! The reversed kernel has value 1 at r=-0.5 and 0 at r=0.5 Also note that the box filter in this question is different from the one in the book - the book puts the closed interval at r= -0.5 instead of 0.5) 1 (t = 2) 3 (t = 3.25) 2.B1.5 (t = 1.5) 1 (t = 2) 2.5 (t = 3.25) 2.C1.5 (t = 1.5) 1.5 (t = 2) 2 (t = 3.25) 2.D1.625 (t = 1.5) 1.75 (t = 2) 1.9375 (t = 3.25) 3.Aresult of convolution: [ 0 0 1 3 3 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 ]
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