# Syllabus

This is the syllabus for the SIADS 502.

# Assignment 1

Week1: Vectors and Matrices Computation/Basic image processing

Version 1.1

This assignment is designed to let you apply basic concepts and perform basic algebra operations using vectors and matrices in Python. We will use Jupyter Notebooks to organize and submit your assignment. Please read the directions carefully, as we want to avoid submissions that are marked incorrect due to formatting mistakes. You will use vector and matrix computation using numpy and image processing with openCV.

• Submit the following code at the beginning of your assignment:
• import pandas as pd
• import numpy as np
• from scipy.ndimage import zoom
• import unittest

### Part 1: Vector Computation

1.1 [1 pt] Please write a function called computation that takes three variables called a(integer), v1(vector represented as a list) and v2(vector represented as a list) and returns a dictionary that has six keys: addition (the sum of v1 and v2, this should be a numpy array), subtraction (the difference from subtracting v2 from v1, this should be a numpy array), scale (scalling v1 by a, this should be a numpy array), dot (dot product of v1 and v2, this should be a float), length (norm of v1, this should be a float), and cross (cross product of v1 and v2, this should be a numpy array).

import pandas as pd
import numpy as np
from scipy.ndimage import zoom
import unittest

def computation(a,v1,v2):
vector_1 = np.array(v1)
vector_2 = np.array(v2)
output = {"addition": vector_1 + vector_2,
"subtraction": vector_1 - vector_2,
"scale": vector_1 * a,
"dot": (vector_1 * vector_2).sum(),
"length": np.sqrt((vector_1 * vector_1).sum()),
"cross": np.cross(vector_1, vector_2)}
return output
# raise NotImplementedError()


Below is the example of a=1, v1=[1,6] and v2=[8,-3] by the computation method. Please run the code, play around the numbers, and see the result.

v1=[1,6]
v2=[8,-3]
result = computation(1,v1,v2)
print(result)


Output

{'addition': array([9, 3]), 'subtraction': array([-7,  9]), 'scal': array([1, 6]), 'dot': -10, 'length': 6.082762530298219, 'cross': array(-51)}


1.2 [1 pt] What is the dimension of v3? Please store the v3 dimension into variable v3_dimen using numpy.

For grading purposes, v2_dimen should be type tuple.

v3 = np.array([5, 4])

v3_dimen=v3.shape
v3_dimen
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

(2,)


1.3 [1 pt] What is the v4 dimension? Please store the v4 dimension into variable v4_dimen using numpy.

For grading purposes, v4_dimen should be type tuple.

v4 = np.array([1,  2,  3, 4, 5])

v4_dimen=v4.shape
v4_dimen
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

(5,)


1.4 [1 pt] Add the following two vectors by hand. $v_1 = (5 * a, 4)$ and $v_2 (3*b, 7)$. Store the results as strings in a python list called added (e.g. the vector $(5 * a, 4)$ would be [“5 * a”, “4”]. Make sure that each entry in the list is a valid pyton expression. So “5 * a” is correct, but “5 a” is not because “5 a” will not be properly evaluated by python.

added=["(5 * a) + (3 * b)", "11"]

# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

['(5 * a) + (3 * b)', '11']


### Part 2: Matrix Computation

2.1 [1 pt] Write a function called Matrices that takes A matrix and B matrix, and then returns a dictionary that has four keys called addition (addition of A and B), subtraction (subtract B from A), multiplication (multiply A and B), elementwise (elementwise product, (a*b)). Inputs will be represented as numpy arrays and outputs should also be numpy arrays.

def Matrices(A,B):
"subtraction": np.subtract(A,B),
"multiplication": np.dot(A,B),
"elementwise": np.multiply(A,B)}

Matrices(([-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]), ([10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]))
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

{'addition': array([[ 8,  2, 14],
[ 6,  6,  5],
[10, -1,  8]]), 'subtraction': array([[-12,  10,   2],
[  4, -10,  11],
[ -6,   3,   0]]), 'multiplication': array([[ 50,  40,   2],
[112, -52,  68],
[ 53,  -8,  25]]), 'elementwise': array([[-20, -24,  48],
[  5, -16, -24],
[ 16,  -2,  16]])}


2.2 [1 pt] Assume A=[[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]] and B=[[10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]]. What are the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and elementwise product of A matrix and B matrix? Please store your answers into a variable ANS22 formatted as a dictionary as in problem 2.1. (Use the function from 2.1)

# YOUR CODE HERE
ANS22 = Matrices(([-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]), ([10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]))
ANS22
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

{'addition': array([[ 8,  2, 14],
[ 6,  6,  5],
[10, -1,  8]]), 'subtraction': array([[-12,  10,   2],
[  4, -10,  11],
[ -6,   3,   0]]), 'multiplication': array([[ 50,  40,   2],
[112, -52,  68],
[ 53,  -8,  25]]), 'elementwise': array([[-20, -24,  48],
[  5, -16, -24],
[ 16,  -2,  16]])}


2.3 [1 pt] What is the transpose of C? Please store the transpose of C into a variable C_trans.

For grading purposes, C_trans should be a numpy array.

C = np.array([[1, 1, 2], [3, 5, 8]])

C_trans=C.transpose()
C_trans
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

array([[1, 3],
[1, 5],
[2, 8]])


2.4 [1 pt] What is (CD)T? Please store the value into CD_trans.

For grading purposes, CD_trans should be type numpy.array.

D = np.array([, , ])
CD = np.dot(C,D)
CD_trans=CD.transpose()
CD_trans
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

array([[102, 416]])


2.5 [1 pt] What is the inverse matrix of E? Please store it into a variable E_inv.

For grading purposes, E_inv should be type numpy.matrix

from numpy.linalg import inv
E = np.array([[1, 1, 2], [3, 5, 8], [13, 21, 50]])

E_inv=inv(np.matrix(E))
E_inv
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

matrix([[ 2.5625, -0.25  , -0.0625],
[-1.4375,  0.75  , -0.0625],
[-0.0625, -0.25  ,  0.0625]])


2.6 [1 pt] If AD=I, what is matrix D? Please store matrix D into a variable D. (Use A from problem 2.2).

For grading purposes, D should be type numpy.ndarray.

# A=[[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]]
A = ([-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4])
D = inv(A)
D
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

array([[-0.2   , -0.2   ,  0.8   ],
[-0.05  , -0.3   ,  0.7   ],
[ 0.1125,  0.175 , -0.325 ]])


2.7 [1 pt] What is the determinant of A? Please store the value into a variable A_deter. (Use A from problem 2.2.)

For grading purposes, A_deter should be type numpy.float64.

A = np.array([[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]])

A_deter=np.linalg.det(A)
A_deter
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

79.99999999999997


2.8 [1 pt] What is the determinant of BA? Please store the value into a variable BA_deter. (Use A and B from problem 2.2.)

For grading purposes, BA_deter should be type numpy.float64.

# A=[[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]] and B=[[10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]]
A = np.array([[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]])
B = np.array([[10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]])
BA_deter=np.linalg.det(np.dot(B,A))
BA_deter
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

-1920.0000000000002


2.9 [1 pt] Change negative values of A to 1 and store the result into a variable A_pos. (Use A from problem 2.2.) Hint:boolean matrix

For grading purposes, A should be type numpy.matrix.

# a[a < 0] = 0
A = np.matrix([[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]])
A[A < 0] = 1
A_pos = A
A_pos
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

matrix([[1, 6, 8],
[5, 1, 8],
[2, 1, 4]])


2.10 [1 pt] We are going to find the trace of the sum of two scaled matrices. Find the trace of 2*A + 3*B and store the value into a variable trace2A3B. (Use A and B from problem 2.2.)

For grading purposes, trace2A3B should be type numpy.int64.

A = np.array([[-2,6,8],[5,-2,8],[2,1,4]])
B = np.array([[10,-4,6],[1,8,-3],[8,-2,4]])
C = (2*A) + (3*B)
trace2A3B=np.trace(C)
trace2A3B
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

66


2.11 [1 pt] What is the value of tr(ABT )? Please store the value into a variable AB_trace. (Use A and B from problem 2.2).

For grading purposes, AB_trace should be type numpy.int64.

# AB_trace = np.trace(np.dot(A, np.transpose(B)))
# AB_trace
ABtrans = np.dot(A, np.transpose(B))
AB_trace = np.trace(ABtrans)
# raise NotImplementedError()


### Part 3: Matrix Calculations

3.1 [1 pt] Let $F = [[1, 2, a], [3, 2, 1 + b], [2, 2, 2 + c]]$ where $a$, $b$, and $c$ are variables. $G = [[0, 2 + c, -a], [3, b + c, -1], [a, 3, -b]]$ where $a$, $b$, and $c$ are the same variables as in $F$. What is the value of $F + G$? Please store the value into a string FG_sum written with valid python code formatting (e.g. FG_sum = “[[1, 2, a], [3, 2, 1 + b], [2, 2, 2 + c]]”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

FG_sum = "[[1, 4 + c, 0],[6, 2 + b + c, b], [2 + a, 5, 2 + c - b]]"
# raise NotImplementedError()


3.2 [1 pt] Assume F and G as above. What is the (matrix) product of F and G? Please store your answers into a string variable Prod_FG written with valid python code formatting (e.g. FG_sum = “[[1, 2, a], [3, 2, 1 + b], [2, 2, 2 + c]]”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

Prod_FG = "[[6 + a ** 2, (2 + c) + (2 * (b + c)) + (a * 3), (1 * -a) + (2 * -1) + (a * -b)], [6 + (a * (1 + b)), (3 * (2 + c)) + (2 * (b + c)) + (3 * (1 + b)), (3 * -a) + (2 * -1) + (-b * (1 + b))], [6 + (a * (2 + c)), (2 * (2 + c)) + (2 * (b + c)) + (3 * (2 + c)), (2 * -a) + (2 * -1) + (-b * (2 + c))]]"


3.3 [1 pt] What is the transpose of F? Please store your answers into a string variable F_trans written with valid python code formatting (e.g. F_trans = “[[1, 2, a], [3, 2, 1 + b], [2, 2, 2 + c]]”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

# 𝐹=[[1,2,𝑎],[3,2,1+𝑏],[2,2,2+𝑐]]
F_trans = "[[1, 3, 2], [2, 2, 2], [a, 1 + b, 2 + c]]"
# raise NotImplementedError()


3.4 [1 pt] What is the determinant of F? Please store your answers into a string variable Det_F written with valid python code formatting (e.g. F_trans = “2 + a -b”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

 Det_F = "(1 * ((2 * (2 + c)) - (2 * (1 + b)))) - (2 * ((3 * (2 + c)) - (2 * (1 + b)))) + (a * 2)"
# raise NotImplementedError()


3.5 [1 pt] What is the trace of the matrix 3F + 2G? Please store your answers into a string variable Trace_FG written with valid python code formatting (e.g. Trace_FG = “2 + a -b”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

Trace_FG="3 + (6 + (2 * (b + c))) + ((3 * (2 + c)) + (2 * -b))"
Trace_FG
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

'3 + (6 + (2 * (b + c))) + ((3 * (2 + c)) + (2 * -b))'


3.6 [1 pt] What is the trace of the matrix $F^T \cdot G^T$? Please store your answers into a string variable Trace_FTGT written with valid python code formatting (e.g. Trace_FTGT = “2 + a -b”). (Note you are encouraged to do this by hand.)

Hint: no/very little additional calculation is necessary!

Trace_FTGT= "(6 + a ** 2) + ((3 * (2 + c)) + (2 * (b + c)) + (3 * (1 + b))) + ((2 * -a) + (2 * -1) + (-b * (2 + c)))"


### Part 4: Image

OpenCV is an open source computer vision library(https://opencv-python-tutroals.readthedocs.io/en/latest/py_tutorials/py_setup/py_intro/py_intro.html#intro). It is used in deep learning or image processing. Here, we will import cv2 and then use it to read the Michigan_logo and plot the image. If you are unfamilair with the library, you may need to read some of the documentation.

pip install opencv-python

import cv2
from matplotlib import pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.image as mpimg


4.1 Please use pyplot to read the image and plot the image below.

filesource = mpimg.imread('assets/Michigan_logo.jpg')
# imgplot = plt.imshow(img)
# imgplot = plt.imshow(img)
# plt.show()
img = plt.imshow(filesource)
plt.show()
#raise NotImplementedError()


4.2 [1 pt] What are the RGB values of the pixel at 10, 15 within the image? Please store your answer in a string format: ANS42 = “R:, G:, B:”. (example, string may look like the following “R:13, G:2, B:100”.) (Hint: use the python format function)

img1 = mpimg.imread('assets/Michigan_logo.jpg')
RGB = img1[10,15]
ANS42= "R:{}, G:{}, B:{}".format(RGB, RGB, RGB)
ANS42
# raise NotImplementedError()


Output

'R:1, G:39, B:76'


4.3 Please resize the image to 20x20 using cv2.

img2 = cv2.resize(img1, (20,20))
plt.show(plt.imshow(img2))
# raise NotImplementedError()


4.4 [1 pt] What is the dimension of the image? Please store the result into the variable resized_dim.

resized_dim = img2.shape
resized_dim

(20, 20, 3)