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Interactive web applications for education of color theory
Koroleva, Anfisa ; Přinosil, Jiří (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of interpretation of colors and color images in computer graphics. Specifically, the work is focused on the development of simple web applications – applets that will serve for interactive submission of methods used in the field of computer processing of color images. The created applets should demonstrate the relevant theory relating to color mixing in different color models, conversion of a color image to a gray-scale image, conversion of a gray-scale image to a false-color image, conversion of physical light into CIE XYZ and L*a*b* color spaces. The first part of the thesis describes the theoretical basis for the required applets. The following practical part is dedicated to the process of implementing the applets using JavaScript and HTML.
Comparison of objective metrics for evaluating the quality of audio signals
Landsmann, Adam ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Záviška, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of objective testing of sound quality with a comparison with the subjective type of evaluation. The work describes the phenomena in the interpretation of sound through the human auditory organ, possible types of damage to the audio signal and selected types of both objective and subjective methods for evaluating sound quality. Six metrics are included from each type of testing, three of which are selected for comparison. Subjective listening tests were demonstrated using a web interface in accordance with the selected method. After sufficient data were collected, the results were statistically analyzed using analysis of variance. The final comparison of the results of listening tests with the values of objective metrics was proved by regression and correlation analysis.
Audio codecs and their perceptual quality evaluation
Hudec, Andrej ; Schimmel, Jiří (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with audio codecs and tests to evaluate their listening quality. The thesis offers a description of the properties of human hearing, a brief introduction to the issues of audio coding, types of audio data compression and listening tests. The bachelor thesis also contains a theoretical description of the coding processes of selected audio codecs, evaluation of measuring their computational complexity and evaluation of listening quality of each of them using listening tests. HTML, CSS, Javascript and Python programming languages were used to implement the listening test environment. The audio files examined in the listening tests were obtained using the FFmpeg library.
Interactive web applications for teaching purposes in the field of signal processing
Kuba, Michael ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Záviška, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis deals with selected topics of signal processing. The aim of the project is the implementation of four interactive web applications in JavaScript, intended for teaching purposes. These applications deal with following topics: rational number resampling of the discrete signal, mean and root mean square signal values, discrete linear and circular convolution in 1D, and discrete cross-correlation. The thesis is divided into the theoretical and the practical part. There is a theroretical foreword of topics the applications deal with, including an introduction to signals followed by a description of functionality and the user interface of created applications.
Interactive web applications for education of color theory
Koroleva, Anfisa ; Přinosil, Jiří (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of interpretation of colors and color images in computer graphics. Specifically, the work is focused on the development of simple web applications – applets that will serve for interactive submission of methods used in the field of computer processing of color images. The created applets should demonstrate the relevant theory relating to color mixing in different color models, conversion of a color image to a gray-scale image, conversion of a gray-scale image to a false-color image, conversion of physical light into CIE XYZ and L*a*b* color spaces. The first part of the thesis describes the theoretical basis for the required applets. The following practical part is dedicated to the process of implementing the applets using JavaScript and HTML.
Simulation of Audio Signal Distortion in Perceptual Audio Encoder
Peloušek, Tomáš ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Schimmel, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis deals with the issue of the creation of a programme that would simulate the distortion that appears during the process of lossy audio coding. As the environment for the creation, the MATLAB programming language has been chosen. An encoder, which changes the subjective signal quality according to customer preferences for the bitrate, has been created as a practical part of this thesis. Its function is based on a dynamic bit allocation technique and includes an optional window switching algorithm. The theoretical background for the creation of the programme consists of an explanation of the main principles of lossy coding with emphasis on MPEG1 layer 3 operating principles. The practical chapter describes how the created programme and its parts work, and it includes results of the run quality testing. The testing was conducted using the objective assessment method PEMO-Q, and consisted of comparing the objective quality of the programme’s outputs to the quality of samples on which a regular MP3 encoder with identical settings was used.
Interactive web applications supporting education of 3D graphics
Morávek, Jan ; Mokrý, Ondřej (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on computer 3D graphics and the implementation of educational applications in JavaScript language. Discussed topics of computer graphics include object transformations, Bezier patches and the role of the camera in the scene. The thesis describes the basic theory of these areas and educational applications. The thesis also includes the detailed description of the features and the implementation of the created applications. In the end of the thesis possible extensions are discussed.
Separation of dynamic and static structures in a videosequence
Serediuk, Vadym ; Pavlík, Jan (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is the description and implementation of methods for the separation of low-rank and sparse structures in image sequence, mainly focusing on methods based on convex optimization. The beginning of the work is devoted to the description of basic mathematical concepts and definitions used in the work. The next comes the description of general case of background-foreground separation in video, followed by a brief overview of existing approaches based on various mathematical models. Then, methods based on matrix decomposition are described in more detail, a convex minimization task for background separation is defined. This is followed by a practical part, where the used methods are first described and then implemented in MATLAB scripts. At the end, the analysis and comparison of the results (obtained both using own scripts and external library) is performed.
Modelling of perfusion curves in dynamic magnetic resonance
Ochodnický, Erik ; Mangová, Marie (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
Perfusion MRI can provide information about perfusion characteristics of the observed tissue, which makes it a widely applicable medical procedure. Measuring process of MRI is very time-consuming, and therefore, using classical reconstruction methods, we are often not able to obtain enough samples to accomplish the needed time and space resolution for perfusion analysis. That is why it is necessary to use compressed sensing, which allows reconstruction from under-sampled data by solving an optimization model. In this work, several models for reconstruction of an image sequence are verified on real and artificial data, along with multiple algorithms capable of solving these models. Among the optimization models used in this work are two L+S models with different regularization of the S component that are solved by Forward-Backward and Chambolle-Pock algorithm. The quality of reconstruction for various models was compared especially by their perfusion curves. In the last section, we explore possible modifications of the SASS model in order to increase quality of reconstruction and resistance to under sampling for the purpose of better adaptation for dynamic data.
Separation of dynamic and static structures in a series of images
Gebrtová, Karolína ; Kosová, Petra (referee) ; Rajmic, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on the separation of static and dynamic structures of video. While the major part of the video background remains static, a few moving particles can be observed. Such video can be represented by a low-rank and a sparse component. Using a low-rank structure, the background can be separated by applying either the median filter or the dynamic mode decomposition. Furthermore, the thesis includes the robust principal component analysis which can be perceived as an optimization problem. In addition, the thesis is enhanced by result visualization methods.

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