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15-385 Computer Vision

Department:Computer Science
Prerequisites:15-113 and (18-202 or 21-241)
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An introduction to the science and engineering of computer vision, i.e. the analysis of the patterns in visual images with the view to understanding the objects and processes in the world that generate them. Major topics include feature extraction, image representation, edge detection, grouping, discrimination, inference of depth and shape, learning, classification, recognition, tracking, and active vision. The emphasis is on the learning of fundamental mathematical concepts and techniques and applying them to solve real vision problems. The discussion will be guided by comparison with human and animal vision from psychological and biological perspectives. Students will learn to think mathematically and develop skills in translating ideas and mathematical thoughts into Matlab programs to solve real vision problems.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 3:00 - 4:20 pm T Lee WEH 5403 Add course to my schedule
R Lee WEH 5403

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