COMP 345 - Digital Image Processing

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Hours: Three hours lecture in the lab per week Prerequisites: Junior Standing or Consent of Instructor An introduction to the basic concepts and techniques for digital image restoration and enhancement, analysis, coding and compression. The emphasis is on processes which analyze primarily two-dimensional discrete images represented at the pixel level, including filtering, noise reduction and segmentation. Fourier analysis techniques will be explored. Programming exercises will be used to implement the various processes, and their performance on synthetic and real images will be studied.

Units: 3.00
Grading: Letter Grade

Info current as 9/18/2017
Section Class # Type Days Time Location Instructor Course Details [Key]
01 1804 LEC MW  12:00 PM  -  1:15 PM  Sierra Hall 2141 Geoffrey Dougherty Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information General Education Class
02 1805 LEC MW  1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM  Sierra Hall 2141 Geoffrey Dougherty Course Open Class Details Course Textbook Information General Education Class
03 3241 LEC MW  4:30 PM  -  5:50 PM  Sierra Hall 2141 Geoffrey Dougherty Course Open Class Details General Education Class

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