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# Problem 898. AVIRIS Hyperspectral Bit Mask

The AVIRIS data sometimes is provided uncropped. This creates edge regions with values of "-50". Shown is AVIRIS Moffett Field image Layer 1 (400nm) and a zoom of the top-right corner. The dark blue on the edges is non-imaged ground.

To expedite processing a mask can be employed. For compression a bit mask is applicable. The challenge is to create a bit mask for this image and some other test cases.

Input: m ( 2-D uint16 array with zero and non-zero values )

Output: bmv (uint8 bit map vector with 0s at a==0 and 1s for a>0 locations)

Note: Input arrays may not be modulo 8. Append 0s as needed.

Example:

• m=[ 10 0 20; 15 12 0; 0 8 2] becomes mb=[1 0 1;1 1 0;0 1 1].
• The idx series is mb(:)=[1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1]' .
• This is 9 long so need to append 7 zeros.
• Converting the binary to uint8 values yields bmv=[206 128].

This bit mask saves 5% of total image size, yet is itself highly wasteful for compression since only the edges are impacted. A follow-up challenge will be to find the maximum-area non-zero inscribed rectangle.

### Solution Stats

56.86% Correct | 43.14% Incorrect
Last solution submitted on Jan 13, 2015

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