problem 1: It is convenient to be capable to specify colors in terms of a three-dimensional coordinate system. Three such coordinate systems are: RGB, HLS, L*a*b*.
Select two of these three coordinate systems and for each of your selected two:
a) Describe what each of the three coordinates represents.
b) Describe why the coordinate system is a helpful representation of color
problem 2: Draw either the first eight one-dimensional Haar basis functions or the first eight one-dimensional Walsh-Hadamard basis functions.
problem 3: Compute the coefficients of your selected eight basis functions for the given one-dimensional image data:
12 16 20 24 24 16 8 8
problem 4: Describe why, in general, the Haar or Walsh-Hadamard encoded version of an image is preferable to the original image for the storage or transmission.