Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

java.awt.image
Class BandCombineOp

java.lang.Object
  extended by java.awt.image.BandCombineOp
All Implemented Interfaces:
RasterOp

public class BandCombineOp
extends Object
implements RasterOp

This class performs an arbitrary linear combination of the bands in a Raster, using a specified matrix.

The width of the matrix must be equal to the number of bands in the source Raster, optionally plus one. If there is one more column in the matrix than the number of bands, there is an implied 1 at the end of the vector of band samples representing a pixel. The height of the matrix must be equal to the number of bands in the destination.

For example, a 3-banded Raster might have the following transformation applied to each pixel in order to invert the second band of the Raster.

   [ 1.0   0.0   0.0    0.0  ]     [ b1 ]    
   [ 0.0  -1.0   0.0  255.0  ]  x  [ b2 ]
   [ 0.0   0.0   1.0    0.0  ]     [ b3 ]
                                   [ 1 ]
 

Note that the source and destination can be the same object.


Constructor Summary
BandCombineOp(float[][] matrix, RenderingHints hints)
          Constructs a BandCombineOp with the specified matrix.
 
Method Summary
 WritableRaster createCompatibleDestRaster(Raster src)
          Creates a zeroed destination Raster with the correct size and number of bands.
 WritableRaster filter(Raster src, WritableRaster dst)
          Transforms the Raster using the matrix specified in the constructor.
 Rectangle2D getBounds2D(Raster src)
          Returns the bounding box of the transformed destination.
 float[][] getMatrix()
          Returns a copy of the linear combination matrix.
 Point2D getPoint2D(Point2D srcPt, Point2D dstPt)
          Returns the location of the corresponding destination point given a point in the source Raster.
 RenderingHints getRenderingHints()
          Returns the rendering hints for this operation.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

BandCombineOp

public BandCombineOp(float[][] matrix,
                     RenderingHints hints)
Constructs a BandCombineOp with the specified matrix. The width of the matrix must be equal to the number of bands in the source Raster, optionally plus one. If there is one more column in the matrix than the number of bands, there is an implied 1 at the end of the vector of band samples representing a pixel. The height of the matrix must be equal to the number of bands in the destination.

The first subscript is the row index and the second is the column index. This operation uses none of the currently defined rendering hints; the RenderingHints argument can be null.

Parameters:
matrix - The matrix to use for the band combine operation.
hints - The RenderingHints object for this operation. Not currently used so it can be null.
Method Detail

getMatrix

public final float[][] getMatrix()
Returns a copy of the linear combination matrix.

Returns:
The matrix associated with this band combine operation.

filter

public WritableRaster filter(Raster src,
                             WritableRaster dst)
Transforms the Raster using the matrix specified in the constructor. An IllegalArgumentException may be thrown if the number of bands in the source or destination is incompatible with the matrix. See the class comments for more details.

If the destination is null, it will be created with a number of bands equalling the number of rows in the matrix. No exception is thrown if the operation causes a data overflow.

Specified by:
filter in interface RasterOp
Parameters:
src - The Raster to be filtered.
dst - The Raster in which to store the results of the filter operation.
Returns:
The filtered Raster.
Throws:
IllegalArgumentException - If the number of bands in the source or destination is incompatible with the matrix.

getBounds2D

public final Rectangle2D getBounds2D(Raster src)
Returns the bounding box of the transformed destination. Since this is not a geometric operation, the bounding box is the same for the source and destination. An IllegalArgumentException may be thrown if the number of bands in the source is incompatible with the matrix. See the class comments for more details.

Specified by:
getBounds2D in interface RasterOp
Parameters:
src - The Raster to be filtered.
Returns:
The Rectangle2D representing the destination image's bounding box.
Throws:
IllegalArgumentException - If the number of bands in the source is incompatible with the matrix.

createCompatibleDestRaster

public WritableRaster createCompatibleDestRaster(Raster src)
Creates a zeroed destination Raster with the correct size and number of bands. An IllegalArgumentException may be thrown if the number of bands in the source is incompatible with the matrix. See the class comments for more details.

Specified by:
createCompatibleDestRaster in interface RasterOp
Parameters:
src - The Raster to be filtered.
Returns:
The zeroed destination Raster.

getPoint2D

public final Point2D getPoint2D(Point2D srcPt,
                                Point2D dstPt)
Returns the location of the corresponding destination point given a point in the source Raster. If dstPt is specified, it is used to hold the return value. Since this is not a geometric operation, the point returned is the same as the specified srcPt.

Specified by:
getPoint2D in interface RasterOp
Parameters:
srcPt - The Point2D that represents the point in the source Raster
dstPt - The Point2D in which to store the result.
Returns:
The Point2D in the destination image that corresponds to the specified point in the source image.

getRenderingHints

public final RenderingHints getRenderingHints()
Returns the rendering hints for this operation.

Specified by:
getRenderingHints in interface RasterOp
Returns:
The RenderingHints object associated with this operation. Returns null if no hints have been set.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Submit a bug or feature
For further API reference and developer documentation, see Java SE Developer Documentation. That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples.

Copyright © 1993, 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Scripting on this page tracks web page traffic, but does not change the content in any way.