EE 552
HW4
Spring 2009
5.10 The two subimages shown were extracted from the top right corners of Figs. 5.7(c) and (d), respectively. Thus, the subimage on the left is the result of using an arithmetic
EE552
Homework 5
Spring 2011
(Assigned on 3/24, due on 3/31)
7.2 Construct a fully populated approximation pyramid and corresponding prediction residual
pyramid for the image.
Use a 22 block neighborh
EE 552
HW5
Spring 2009
6.5 In a simple RGB image, the R,G, and B component images have the horizontal intensity profiles shown in the following diagram. What color would a person see in the middle col
EE552
Homework 4
Spring 2011
(Assigned on 2/24, due on 3/10)
5.11 Refer to the contraharmonic filter given in Eq. (5.3-6).
(a) Explain why the filter is effective in eliminating pepper noise when Q is
EE552
Homework 3
Spring 2011
(Assigned on 2/15, due on 2/22)
4.4 Consider the continuous function f(t)=sin(2nt).
(a) What is the period of f(t)?
(b) What is the frequency of f(t)?
The Fourier transfor
EE 552
HW3
Spring 2009
4.17 You can infer from Problem 4.3 that 1 (,) and (t,z) 1. Use the first of these properties
and the translation property in Table 4.3 to show that the Fourier transform of the
EE552
Homework 2
Spring 2011
(Assigned on 2/8, due on 2/15)
3.6 Explain why the discrete histogram equalization technique does not, in general, yield a flat
histogram.
3.9 Assuming continuous values,
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2
HW2
Spring 2009
3.2 Exponentials of the form e - r with a positive constant, are useful for constructing smooth intensity transformation functions. Start with this basic function and construc
EE552
Homework 1
Spring 2011
(Assigned on 1/25, due on 2/1)
2.2 When you enter a dark theater on a bright day, it takes an appreciable interval of time before
you can see well enough to find an empty
EE 552
HW1
Spring 2009
2.5 A CCD camera chip of dimensions 77 mm, and having 10241024 elements, is focused on a square, flat area, located 0.5 m away. How many line pairs per mm will this camera be ab