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CAP 6415 COMPUTER VISION (Spring 1998)

Tuesday & Thursday 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (PHY 013) Prof. Sudeep Sarkar

Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday, 12:30 - 2:00 pm. ENB 315, Phone: 974-2113. E-mail: sarkar@cs.csee.usf.edu

The purpose of this course is to introduce you to the basic concepts and techniques of extracting meaning from images. For example, we might want to recognize objects from images, detect intruders from video sequences, recognize and measure tumors in medical images, or visually navigate on mars. Thus unlike in image processing where the input is an image and the output is also an image, computer vision deals with the transition from images to symbols.

 
 Text:		 Jain, Kasturi, and Schunck  Machine Vision, McGraw Hill.

Prerequisite: None

Grading: Exams (Three) 50%

Paper and Pencil Assignments (Three) 20%

Programming project or a review paper 30%

WEEKLY COURSE OUTLINE (tentative)

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Week 1 Jan 6, 8 Introduction, Camera geometry Ch. 1

Week 2 Jan 13, 15 Optics, Shading Ch. 8 and 9

Week 3 Jan 20, 22 Regions, Linear Filter Ch 3 and 4

Week 4 Jan 27, 29 Edge Detection Ch 5 EXAM 1

Week 5 Feb 3, 5 Contours Ch 6

Week 6 Feb 10, 12 Texture Ch 7

Week 7 Feb 17, 19 Perceptual Grouping Notes

Week 8 Feb 24, 26 Stereo Ch 11

Week 9 Mar 3, 5 Shape from Shading Ch 14, EXAM 2

Week 10 Mar 10, 12 SPRING BREAK

Week 11 Mar 17, 19 Motion Ch 14

Week 12 Mar 24, 26 Motion Ch 14

Week 13 Mar 31, Apr 2 Object Representation Ch 15

Week 14 Apr 7, 9 Object Recognition Ch 15, EXAM 3

Week 15 Apr 14, 16 Object Recognition Ch 15

Week 16 Apr 21, 22 Object Recognition





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