Questions about Symmetry and Average Intensity of Zip Code digit
I have some questions about the Symmetry and Average Intensity of the image of Zip Code digit. That is, what the definition of them?
For a digit in the data, there are 256 grayscale values ranging from 1 to 1, 1 here denotes white, 1 is black. But when plotting in Matlab, the image should be 16 x 16 matrix, and with 1 means white, 0 means black. Then, does Symmetry should be calculated based the on the 16 x 16 matrix of the grayscale values? Also, does the average intensity means that it is the mean value of the 256 grayscale values (between 1 and 1)? 
Re: Questions about Symmetry and Average Intensity of Zip Code digit
The average intensity is a measure of the size of the digit. One choice for this could be the mean value of the 256 grayscale values.
Yes, symmetry is defined on the 16x16 image. By symmetry, we mean visual measure of symmetry in this 16x16 image. Some such symmetries could be reflection, rotation, etc. Quote:

Re: Questions about Symmetry and Average Intensity of Zip Code digit
Then, does Symmetry should be calculated based the on the 16 x 16 matrix of the grayscale values? Also, does the average intensity means that it is the mean value of the 256 grayscale values (between 1 and 1)?

Re: Questions about Symmetry and Average Intensity of Zip Code digit
Yes to both questions.
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