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# Problem 898. AVIRIS Hyperspectral Bit Mask

Solution 429242

Submitted on 9 Apr 2014 by J.R.! Menzinger
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
%% m=ones(4,'uint16'); bmv = bitmask(m); assert(isinteger(bmv),sprintf('Non-Integer return')) assert(isequal(bmv,[255 255]))

2   Pass
%% m=zeros(4,'uint16'); m(1)=1; m(16)=1; bmv = bitmask(m); assert(isequal(bmv,[128 1]),[sprintf('Expected [128 1] saw: ') sprintf('%i ',bmv)])

3   Pass
%% m=zeros(3,'uint16'); m(8)=1; m(9)=1; bmv = bitmask(m); assert(isequal(bmv,[1 128]))

4   Pass
%% %Duplicity test m=randi(65535,[8 4],'uint16'); for i=1:12 m(randi(32))=0; end bmv = bitmask(m); mb=m>0; bmv_exp=[128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1]*mb; assert(isequal(bmv,bmv_exp))

5   Pass
%% % Load aviris file Layer 1 ; 1.8MB mat file tic % approx 2.5 sec to write and load %http://rmatlabtest.appspot.com/aviris_moffett_L001.mat urlwrite('http://rmatlabtest.appspot.com/aviris_moffett_L001.mat','aviris_moffett_L001.mat'); toc load('aviris_moffett_L001.mat'); toc % Array variable is L001 %Files also posted are L010,L023,L157, and L158 with same tinyurl format % L010 and L023 have high contrast L157 and L158 are in atmospheric notch bmv=bitmask(L001); % L001 (1:8) [1271 1259 1271 0 0 0 0 0] assert(isequal(bmv(1),224),sprintf('Expected 224 saw: %i',bmv(1))) assert(isequal(bmv(181097),0),sprintf('Expected 0 saw: %i',bmv(181097))) assert(isequal(bmv(90800),255),sprintf('Expected 255 saw: %i',bmv(90800)))

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