In this course, you will learn the science behind how digital images and video are made, altered, stored, and used. We will look at the vast world of digital imaging, from how computers and digital cameras form images to how digital special effects are used in Hollywood movies to how the Mars Rover was able to send photographs across millions of miles of space.
The course starts by looking at how the human visual system works and then teaches you about the engineering, mathematics, and computer science that makes digital images work. You will learn the basic algorithms used for adjusting images, explore JPEG and MPEG standards for encoding and compressing video images, and go on to learn about image segmentation, noise removal and filtering. Finally, we will end with image processing techniques used in medicine.
This course consists of 7 basic modules and 2 bonus (non-graded) modules. There are optional MATLAB exercises; learners will have access to MATLAB Online for the course duration. Each module is independent, so you can follow your interests.
Who is this class for: This class is for anybody that wants to understand the basics of image and video processing; from how are images and videos stored in your phones and transmitted over the Internet to how medical images are used. You will learn regardless of your mathematical and engineering background; students will strong background might be able to get a more in depth understanding. The quizzes are designed not to be too time consuming, our goal is for you to learn and enjoy without stress.
Digital Image Processing
Sparse and Redundant Representations: From Theory to Applications in Signal and Image Processing
Geometric Partial Differential Equations and Image Analysis
Numerical Geometry of Non-Rigid Shapes (Monographs in Computer Science)
Digital Picture Processing, Volume 1, Second Edition (Computer Science and Applied Mathematics)
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