CSC 481 Introduction to Image ProcessingThe applications of imaging technologies are all around us. The health industry produces an abundance of medical images; for instance, diagnostic techniques such as radiology, histopathology, and computerized tomography have produced an explosion in the number of medical images now stored by most hospitals. Military applications of imaging technology, such as recognition of enemy aircraft from radar screens, automatic identification of targets from satellite photographs, and provision of guidance systems for cruise missiles, all represent even more concrete examples which are heavily dependent on imaging techniques for accurate and timely information. Other domains that rely heavily on images are computer gaming, homeland security, microarrays, web, education and training, and fashion and design.
The course is meant to provide students with the basic techniques of image processing and manipulation, so that, after graduation, the student will possess the basic skills to qualify for a job in image processing technologies or to continue with more advanced courses in visual computing. For more info about the course, please see the syllabus or email Dr. Raicu at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Daniela Stan Raicu