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Please read the general instructions for this exercise first. Here are the additional instructions specific to this task:
Implement a simple sequential baseline solution. Make sure it works correctly. Do not try to use any form of parallelism yet. You are expected to use a naive algorithm that computes the median separately for each pixel, with a linear-time median-finding algorithm.
I will first run all kinds of tests to see that your code works correctly. You can try it out locally by running
./grading test, but please note that your code has to compile and work correctly not only on your own computer but also on our machines.
If all is fine, I will run the benchmarks. You can try it out on your own computer by running
./grading benchmark, but of course the precise running time on your own computer might be different from the performance on our grading hardware.
|benchmarks/1||hx = 10, hy = 10, nx = 100, ny = 100|
|the input contains 100 × 100 pixels and the window dimensions are 21 × 21 pixels|
|benchmarks/2||hx = 10, hy = 10, nx = 500, ny = 500|
|the input contains 500 × 500 pixels and the window dimensions are 21 × 21 pixels|
|benchmarks/3||hx = 10, hy = 10, nx = 1000, ny = 1000|
|the input contains 1000 × 1000 pixels and the window dimensions are 21 × 21 pixels|
|benchmarks/4||hx = 10, hy = 10, nx = 1500, ny = 1500|
|the input contains 1500 × 1500 pixels and the window dimensions are 21 × 21 pixels|
In this task your submission will be graded using benchmarks/4: the input contains 1500 × 1500 pixels and the window dimensions are 21 × 21 pixels.
The point thresholds are as follows. If you submit your solution no later than on Saturday, 31 August 2024, at 23:59:59 (Helsinki), your score will be:
|≤ 30.000 sec||1|
|≤ 20.000 sec||2|
|≤ 15.000 sec||3|
|≤ 12.000 sec||4|
|≤ 9.000 sec||5|
For late submissions you will not get any points.