## Description

1. Do Chapters 1 and 2 exercises. You are expected to know this material, and it may be

used on quizzes.

2. The map of Utah (map1.jpg) in the class data directory, explore r,g,b models to segment

the semantic components of the map (e.g., water bodies, forests, red roads, etc.). Try to use

imapprox. Propose some performance measure and use it in your evaluation. Report what

you tried and what results you got.

3. Matlab provides the rgb2gray function to convert from rgb images to gray level. Test

the hypothesis that rgb2gray uses the function given in the book (p. 11, Eqn (1.1)):

g = αr + βg + γb

and if so, what the values of α, β and γ are. To do this use the backslash operator or lsqlin.

If Matlab uses this approach, then each gray level value gives a linear equation in terms of

rgb:

g = [α, β, γ] · [r, g, b]

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Put these into a system and solve. Describe your work, and draw conclusions based on the

results.

4. Develop a camera function, CS4640 camera, which uses Eqn (2.21) to produce a gray

level image from a set of 3D points. Demonstrate it on a variety of sets of points, including

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a set which captures the converging railroad in Fig. 2.16 (e.g., points along the rails).

Describe development and issues that were dealt with.

For this problem, handin Matlab .m files for the functions described by the header below.

Note that one of these is a driver, CS4640 A1 driver, which is available in the code directory; it creates inputs for the camera function and runs the function on those inputs to

obtain the output.

Note: DO NOT USE SCRIPTS. No function should write to the interpreter, draw, etc.

function im = CS4640_camera(f,pts,M,N,S,sigma2)

% CS4640_camera – produce an image from a set of 3D points

% On input:

% f (float): focal length (assume set to 1)

% pts (nx3 array): X,Y,Z 3D points from scene

% M (int): number of rows in output image

% N (int): number of cols in output image

% S (int): size of Gaussian filter window (one side)

% sigma2 (float): variance for Gaussian

% On output:

% im (MxN array): output image

% – 3D points at x,y extremes lie on image edges

% – pixel intensities are scaled by Z value

% – image is flipped up down (e.g., use flipud)

% – make sure intensities are between 0 and 255

% Call:

% im = CS4640_camera(f,pts,M,N,S,sigma2);

% Author:

%

% UU

function im = CS4640_A1_driver(delx,M,N,S,sigma2)

% CS4640_A1_driver – runs CS4640_camera with railways

% On input:

% delx (float): step in Z value for line

% M (int): row dimension for image

% N (int): col dimension for image

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% S (int): side length of Gaussian filter matrix

% sigma2 (float): variance for Gaussian filter

% On output:

% im (MxN array): output image of railway convergence

% Call:

% im = CS4640_run_camera(0.01,101,101,15,0.1);

% Author:

%

% UU

%

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