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1 Wavelet Based Methods in Wavelet Based Methods in Image Processing Image Processing Applied Mathematics Seminar S. Allen Broughton 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 0 0 0
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2 Background Background - - 1 1 image compression course taught Winter 1997 image processing course co-taught with Ed Doering Fall 1997 attempt to make graduate level wavelet material accessible to undergraduates, mixed in Fourier methods
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3 Background Background - - 2 2 matrix algebra and Fourier series base, DSP helpful MATLAB heavily used, MAPLE to a lesser extent course notes under revision Ed & Allen’s web page: http://fc.rose-hulman.edu/ud/ma490a/
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4 Outline of Talks Outline of Talks Lecture 1 - Introduction to Image Processing, restoration, denoising, edge detection and compression Lecture 2 - Filtering and Fourier Methods Lecture 3 - Localization, wavelet and windowed transforms Lecture 4 - Filter bank implementation of wavelet methods
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5 Lecture 1 Lecture 1 Image processing problems demos signal and image representation colour vector space models transforms and processing
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