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  EXPERIMENT-08 AIM- To generates MATLAB code for histogram of an images using MATLAB command and also plot his image equivalent image. Theory  –   Histogram -  A histogram is a plot that lets you discover, and show, the underlying frequency distribution (shape) of a set of continues data. This allows the inspection of the data for its underlying distribution (e.g., normal distribution), outliers, skewness, etc.   A histogram is a graph. A graph that shows frequency of anything. Usually histograms have bars that represent frequency of occurring of data in the whole data set.  MATLAB CODE-   clc;   close all;   clear all;   i=imread('pout.tif');   a=histeq(i);   figure(2), imhist(a);   subplot(2,2,1), imshow(i),title('srcinal image')   subplot(2,2,2), imhist(i),title('hestogram image')   subplot(2,2,3), histeq(i),title('equivalent image')   subplot(2,2,4), imhist(a),title('histogram of equlizer image') RESULT- srcinal image050010001500hestogram image0 100 200equivalent image050010001500histogram of equlizer image0 100 200  EXPERIMENT-09 AIM- To generates MATLAB code for histogram of an image. MATLAB CODE-   clear all;   clc;   close all;   a=imread('pout.tif');   b=zeros(1,255);   [n,m]=size(a);   for x=1:n for y=1:m q=a(x,y);   b(q)=b(q)+1; end   end   subplot(1,2,1);   imshow(uint8(a));   title('Original Image');   subplot(1,2,2);   bar(b);   title('Histogarm of image');   RESULT- Original Image0 100 200 30005001000150020002500300035004000Histogarm of image  EXPERIMENT-10 AIM- To generates MATLAB code for 2d-DFT computing and visualization. Theory  –   Discrete Fourier transforms:   Working with the Fourier transform on a computer usually involves a form of the transform known as the discrete Fourier transform (DFT). A discrete transform is a transform whose input and output values are discrete samples, making it convenient for computer manipulation. There are two principal reasons for using this form of the transform:    The input and output of the DFT are both discrete, which makes it convenient for computer manipulations.    There is a fast algorithm for computing the DFT known as the fast Fourier transform (FFT). The DFT is usually defined for a discrete function  f  ( m , n ) that is nonzero only over the finite region 0 ≤ m ≤ M −1  and 0≤ n ≤ N −1 . The two-dimensional M -by- N  DFT and inverse M -by- N  DFT relationships are given by The values F  (  p , q ) are the DFT coefficients of  f  ( m , n ). The zero-frequency coefficient, F  (0,0), is often called the DC component. DC is an electrical engineering term that stands for direct current. (Note that matrix indices in MATLAB ®  always start at 1 rather than 0; therefore, the matrix elements  f  (1,1) and F  (1,1) correspond to the mathematical quantities  f  (0,0) and F  (0,0), respectively.)  MATLAB CODE-   %computing and visualing 2d -dft   clc;   clear all;   close all;   f=imread('blobs.png');   [a,b]=size(f);   f=double(f);   ff=fft2(f); % a finer sampling of the Fourier transform s=abs(ff);   figure(1); subplot(2,1,1); imshow(f); title('srcinal image')   subplot(2,1,2); plot(s); title('plot of abs dft')   s2=log(1+abs(ff)); % dft   fc=fftshift(s); % Shifted transform   s3=log(1+abs(fc)); %after shift dft   figure(2);subplot(1,2,1); imshow((s2),[ title('dft before shift')   subplot(1,2,2); imshow((s3),[ title('dft after shift')   colormap(jet);   figure(3);subplot(2,1,1), plot(fc),title('shifted transform'),colorbar;   subplot(2,1,2), plot(s3),title('log magnitude form'),colorbar;    RESULT- srcinal image050100150200250300050001000015000plot of abs dft050100150200250300050001000015000shifted transform 2040600501001502002503000510log magnitude form 204060
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