Fundamentals of Visual Computing

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3 Credits

EECE 570

Course Structure:
The course material will be presented through a combination of formal lectures, group readings and discussions, homework-based labs, onsite visits and project work.

Learning Objectives:
By the end of the course, you will

  • develop a solid understanding of digital processing and analysis of higher dimensional signals
  • learn the fundamental of image capture and acquisition
  • understand how to represent high dimensional data in spatial and frequency domains
  • perform low level image processing such as denoising, enhancement and restoration
  • perform high level image analysis such as object localization and modeling
  • compare and evaluate state-of-the-art techniques in multi-dimensional data computing
  • appreciate the latest research developments in the related area
  • develop some experience with real life practical applications

Course Outline:
Fundamentals

  • elements of visual perception, image acquisition systems
  • image representation, image coding
  • image enhancement in the spatial and frequency domains
  • color and morphological image processing
  • image restoration

Advanced

  • feature extraction, object recognition
  • shape representation and object modeling including: explicit and implicit models, statistical models, medical representations
  • image segmentation including: deformable models, graph based approaches
  • image registration
  • motion analysis

Applications and Practice

  • real life applications e.g. medical imaging, industrial automation, and multi-media processing
  • on-site visit
  • invited speakers
     
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