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ShyranThe explanation for finding the position in the Morton Layout is incorrect.The Morton Layout is a 0 based index. The rows and columns use a 0 based index as well. The problem with the explanation is that the 5th image is really the 4th item (the 1st image is index 0). If you take binary representation of 4, (0100) and split it between odd and even bits, you get 10 and 00, or 2 and 0 base 10. This translates to a column index of 2 and a row index of 0. So starting from 0, count to 2 for the columns and then look at the row at index 0. The number should be 4, which is thFri, 26 Jul 2013 22:23:27 -0700
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Eugen Hotwagner@Insufficient ExplanationIn my understanding:
"For instance, the 5th image is 5(base 10, decimal) =101(base 2, binary) which is split into 11(base 2, binary)) 2=3(base 10,decimal) and 0(base 2, binary) = 0(base 10,decimal). So it is stored in the 0th row and 3rd column of the collection."
5 (base 10)=101(base 2) is an array with 1[odd position],0[even position],1[odd position]. concatenating the odd positions 11 (base 2) = 3 ( base 10) which gives the column position. we have one even position 0 (base 2) = 0 (base 10Sat, 19 Feb 2011 22:39:13 -0800
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CalvinD2Insufficient ExplanationIt would certainly be helpful if this sentence -- "For instance, the 5th image is 510=1012 which is split into 112=310 and 02=010." -- was explained further.Mon, 16 Aug 2010 23:18:07 -0700