Difference between revisions of "Recognize an image"

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# Please [https://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/data_rep_images.py download and save this file]
# Please [https://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/data_rep_images.py download and save this file]
# Please download the following images in the same directory as the file you saved:
# Please download the following images in the same directory as the file you saved:
# [http://image1.pnghttps://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/image1.png image1.png]
## [https://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/image1.png image1.png]
## [https://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/image2.png image2.png]
## [https://github.com/bmackenty/studentPythonStuff/blob/master/image3.png image3.png]


== Hacker edition ==
== Hacker edition ==

Revision as of 14:06, 6 October 2021

This a problem set for you to work through [1]

This is a problem set. Some of these are easy, others are far more difficult. The purpose of these problems sets are:

  1. to build your skill applying computational thinking to a problem
  2. to assess your knowledge and skills of different programming practices


What is this problem set trying to do[edit]

How does a computer system represent an image? How does a computer "see" an image? This problem asks you to write a program which identifies 6 different images. You must understand that images are stored as pixel values within an array.

The Problem[edit]

  1. Please download and save this file
  2. Please download the following images in the same directory as the file you saved:
    1. image1.png
    2. image2.png
    3. image3.png

Hacker edition[edit]

In the hacker version:

  • Your program should test for valid user input. The user input should be only allow for strings

THIS PART ISNT DONE YET

How you will be assessed[edit]

Your solution will be graded using the following axis:


Scope

  • To what extent does your code implement the features required by our specification?
  • To what extent is there evidence of effort?

Correctness

  • To what extent did your code meet specifications?
  • To what extent did your code meet unit tests?
  • To what extent is your code free of bugs?

Design

  • To what extent is your code written well (i.e. clearly, efficiently, elegantly, and/or logically)?
  • To what extent is your code eliminating repetition?
  • To what extent is your code using functions appropriately?

Style

  • To what extent is your code readable?
  • To what extent is your code commented?
  • To what extent are your variables well named?
  • To what extent do you adhere to style guide?

References[edit]

A possible solution[edit]

Click the expand link to see one possible solution, but NOT before you have tried and failed!

not yet!