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Advanced MATLAB. 046746. Topics. Data Types Image Representation Image/Video I/O Matrix access Image Manipulation MEX - MATLAB Executable Data Visualization General Tips Tricks. Data Types. Relevant data types double – default in most cases (usually 64 bit)

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046746

• Data Types

• Image Representation

• Image/Video I/O

• Matrix access

• Image Manipulation

• MEX - MATLAB Executable

• Data Visualization

• General Tips

• Tricks

• Relevant data types

• double – default in most cases (usually 64 bit)

• single – when you want to save memory (usually 32 bit)

• uint8 – [0 255] – native for images

• uint16 – [0 65,535]

• Logical – [0 1] – native for masks

• Simple casting: double(), uint8().

• Useful when displaying images with a dynamic range not corresponding to its actual type.

• Conversion (of images): im2double(),im2uint8(),lab2double(),lab2uint8()

• rgb2ind(),ind2rgb(),makecform()

I2 = I-1.4;

diffI = I-I2;

fprintf('Max difference between images: %d\n',max(diffI(:)));

Max difference between images: 1

fprintf('Max difference between images: %2.1f\n',max(diffI(:)));

Max difference between images: 1.4

A much better practice is:

display([ 'Max difference between images: ' num2str( max(diffI(:)) ) ]);

Max difference between images: 1.4

2D Matrix

• Intensity: Each pixel value in the dynamic range [minP, maxP].

• Can represent a grayscale image, results of a 2d function, etc.

• Useful commands: imagesc(), axis, colormap().

• Can represent absolute ground truth, etc.

• Useful commands: bwlabel(),bwmorph(),bwdist(),im2bw(),bwperim().

• 2D Matrix

• Indexed: Each pixel value in the range [minP, maxP].

• Can represent segmentation.

• Useful commands: regionprops(),label2rgb()

3D Matrix

• True Color: Three 2D matrices stacked. Each represents a color component. (e.g. RGB)

• Can represent an RGB color image, LAB image, etc.

• Useful commands: imshow(),rgb2gray(),rgb2ind().

Useful Commands

• imwrite() – write image

• im2frame() – convert image to movie frame

• movie2avi() – write avi file

• VideoWriter() – create video file (2011b+)

• movie() – show movie

• implay() – show video interactively

Useful Commands:

• Ind = sub2ind(matrixSize, rowSub, colSub) convert subscript to index.

• [I,J] = ind2sub(siz,IND) – convert index to subscipt.

• meshgrid() – generate X,Y grids.

• F = scatteredInterpolant(x,y,v) - creates an interpolant that fits a surface of the form v = F(x,y). (replaced TriScatteredInterp)

Useful Commands:

• imcrop()– Useful for interactive cropping.

• imrotate()– Rotate image.

• imfilter() – Use kernal to convolve/correlation.

• nlfilter() – Sliding neighborhood operation.

• blkproc() – Perform function on (semi-)distinct blocks.

• fspecial() – Create common image filter kernels.

• imresize() – Resize image using defined interpolation.

• kron() – Kronecker tensor product

• colfilt() – Colum-stack filtering (faster)

• imfreehand()- Select region with mouse

MEX - MATLAB Executable

• Dynamically linked subroutines produced from C, C++ or Fortran source code.

• Useful when dealing with non efficient-Matlab algorithms (e.g. iterative algorithm implemented as loops).

• mex –setup : Setup mex compiling configurations.

Useful Commands:

• scatter()/plot() – Useful to plot points on image.

• imagesc() – Useful for 2D data.

• print() – Save figure as image on disk (careful with lossy compressions)

• Avoid loops

• Manage memory (Clear unused variables)

• Useful command: clearvars()

• Avoid memory duplication – use nested functions

function myfun

A = magic(500);

function setrowval(row, value)

A(row,:) = value;

end

setrowval(400, 0);

disp('The new value of A(399:401,1:10) is')

A(399:401,1:10)

end

• Avoid memory duplication – don’t want to use nested functions? Simply use the same variable name:

function x = demo

x=rand(10000);

x=func(x);

function a=func(a)

a=a*2;

• PreallocatingArrays

• Preallocate correctly

tic

x = 0;

for k = 2:1000000

x(k) = x(k-1) + 5;

end

toc

Elapsed time is 0.301528seconds.

tic

x = zeros(1, 1000000);

for k = 2:1000000

x(k) = x(k-1) + 5;

end

toc

Elapsed time is 0.011938seconds.

A = int8(zeros(100));

A = zeros(100, 'int8');

• You will be amazed of the variety of built in functions that Matlab offers.

• In fact, assume that the function you need is built in Matlab. It’s probably true!

• Use Matlab “help” to understand how to use functions

• Use Google to search for new functions!

Long-Term Usage (Windows Systems Only)

On 32-bit Microsoft Windows, the workspace of MATLAB can fragment over time due to the fact that the Windows memory manager does not return blocks of certain types and sizes to the operating system. Clearing the MATLAB workspace does not fix this problem. You can minimize the problem by allocating the largest variables first. This cannot address, however, the eventual fragmentation of the workspace that occurs from continual use of MATLAB over many days and weeks, for example. The only solution to this is to save your work and restart MATLAB.

The pack command, which saves all variables to disk and loads them back, does not help with this situation.

Stenography (Wikipedia)

The art of hiding a message within another larger message

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Stenography (Wikipedia)

The art of hiding a message within another larger message

I4=85*mod(I,4);

figure;

subplot(1,2,1)

imshow(I); title('Original');

subplot(1,2,2)

imshow(I4);title('Result');

Almost Connected (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

Almost Connected (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

url = 'http://blogs.mathworks.com/images/steve/2010/blobs_in_clumps.png';

lbl = bwlabel(bw);

figure; imagesc(lbl); axis image;

Almost Connected (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

bw2 = bwdist(bw) <= 12.5;

lbl2 = bwlabel(bw2);

figure; imshow(bw2);

figure; imagesc(lbl2); axis image;

Almost Connected (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

lbl3 = lbl2.*bw;

figure;

imagesc(lbl3); axis image;

Feature AND (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

dots = rand(size(bw))>0.99;

Feature AND (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

touching_pixels = bw & dots;

Feature AND (Steve Eddins’ Blog)

out = imreconstruct(touching_pixels, bw);

Of course this will work just as well:

out = imreconstruct(dots, bw);