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bestblk

Determine optimal block size for block processing

Syntax

siz = bestblk([M N],k)
[m,n] = bestblk([M N],k)

Description

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siz = bestblk([M N],k) returns the optimal block size for block processing of an M-by-N image. The optimal block size minimizes the padding required along the outer partial blocks. k specifies the maximum row and column dimensions for the block.

[m,n] = bestblk([M N],k) returns the row and column dimensions for the block in m and n, respectively.

Examples

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siz = bestblk([640 800],72)
siz = 1×2

    64    50

Input Arguments

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Image size, specified as a 2-element vector of positive integers. M is the number of rows and N is the number of columns in the image.

Data Types: double

Maximum number of block rows or columns, specified as a positive integer.

Data Types: double

Output Arguments

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Optimal block size, returned as a 2-element numeric row vector. siz is equivalent to [m n].

Optimal number of block rows or columns, returned as a numeric scalar.

Algorithms

The algorithm for determining the optimal value of m from M and k is:

  • If M is less than or equal to k, return M.

  • If M is greater than k, consider all values between min(M/10,k/2) and k. Return the value that minimizes the padding required.

The same algorithm is used to find the optimal value of n from N and k.

See Also

Introduced before R2006a