Digital Image Processing

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Learning Outcomes

Pattern recognition is the scientific field that deals with the assignment of a label to a given input value. An example of pattern recognition is classification, which attempts to assign each input value to one of a given set of classes. The course aims to cover the most popular in the literature techniques for pattern recognition, as they are typically employed in a number of practical applications, such as speech and audio recognition, image and video analysis, biometrics and bioinformatics. The course covers the most commonly used classification algorithms, feature selection techniques, data transformation methods, and data clustering.

Course Contents

  • Introduction to Digital Image Processing
  • 2-D Signals and Systems – Background Information
  • Sampling and Digitization Issues
  • Image Enhancement and Restoration
  • Binary Image Processing – Morphological Operators
  • Image Segmentation – Edge Detection
  • Image Transformations (Fourier, DCT, Hadamard, etc.)
  • Analysis in the frequency domain
  • Digital Image Compression
  • Digital Image Analysis – Computer Vision
  • Texture Analysis – Region of Interests
  • Other areas: eg Watermarking, Information Retrieval, etc.
  • Rafael C. Gonzalez & Richard E. Woods Digital Image Processing CRC Press 4th Edition