Raster image warping by triangle meshes placed on both source and target image
Interactive application demonstrating various operations on semi-transparent images
Interactive application for point-feature warping ("0D features")
Efficient k-nearest-neighbour point search in 2D, with the help of a hirerachical spatial data structure
Lossless compression of two-color image containing thin lines/curves (handwriting)
Lossy coding of grayscale image using some suboptimal transform coding (DCT, Hartley..)
Complete video-codec for screencasting, w/o emphasis on speed.
Demo application for 2D lifting (wavelet transform) demonstration: Mallat decomposition, pulse responses visualization, etc.
Students have to earn a total of at least 50 points, upper limit is 80 points
(at least 16 points have to be from 3D graphics assignments).
Deadline for winter-term credit is 28. 2. 2020 !
Deadline for summer-term credit is 31. 6. 2020 !
150+ points | A (výborně) |
130 to 149 points | B (velmi dobře) |
110 to 129 points | C (dobře) |
less than 110 points | F (nevyhověl(a)) |
Assignments are given in the labs (practicals), one assignment will be given in each lab. Students will have at least two weeks to deliver a solution. Number of points awarded for a solution depends on the difficulty, solution quality, robustness, and elegance. Additional bonus points can be given, e.g. in case of a contest.
90% of last-year points could be transferred from the previous year (upon explicit student's request via email).
Some assignments have a well-defined quantitative criterion for solution comparison, based on which one can assemble a chart of best solutions. Such tasks will be marked as "CONTEST" and there will be a public chart displaying the best achieved results. In case the assignment is handed in by at least 10 students/teams, the three best solutions will obtain a premium of 10, 6, and 3 pts, respectively. (In case the solution was done in a team, all its members get the premium.) Only solutions submitted before the deadline are allowed to enter the contest!
Simply attach the requested source code to a mail message. Uncompressed, unecrypted, follow rules declared earlier (message subject, source file naming)!
See lab schedule on the SIS server.
The first lab will take place on Thursday Oct 12, then Oct 19 and the rest is by the official schedule (90min of lab every other week).
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