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Unformatted text preview: Vision Systems (NEU/PSY 380E) Fall 2007 TTH 11:00-12:30, SEA 2.224, unique number: 45190 Instructor: W. S. Geisler Office: SEA 4.328A (phone: 471-5380, email: [email protected]) Office hours : TTH 12:30 or by appointment Content: This course presents an introduction to the physiology, psychophysics and computational aspects of vision. A fundamental premise of the course is that theoretical and applied research in computational vision provides insights that are useful for understanding biological vision. Conversely, physiological and psychophysical studies of human and other biological visual systems provide important clues for the development of computational vision systems. Thus, the course will proceed by analyzing biological vision systems from an engineering/information-theoretic perspective. Although the exact content of the course will vary from year to year, the topics covered will include a large subset of the following: extraction and representation of visual information in biological and machine...
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- Fall '07
- Vision Systems, computational vision systems, biological vision systems, S. Geisler Office