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1 CAP5415 Computer Vision Spring 2003 Khurram Hassan-Shafique Vision • Vision is the process of discovering what is present in the world and where it is by looking.
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2 Computer Vision • Computer Vision is the study of analysis of pictures and videos in order to achieve results similar to those as by men. Example Finding People in images Problem 1: Given an image I Question: Does I contain an image of a person?
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3 “Yes” Instances “No” Instances
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4 From Turing to Marr A Brief History Course Overview
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5 Imaging Geometry Camera Modeling • Pinhole Cameras • Lenses • Camera Parameters and Calibration
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6 Image Filtering and Enhancing • Linear Filters and Convolution • Image Smoothing • Edge Detection • Pyramids Image Filtering and Enhancing
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7 Region Segmentation Color
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8 Texture Perceptual Organization
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Perceptual Organization Shape Analysis 10 Stereopsis Motion and Optical Flow 11 High Level Vision Applications (Mosaics) 12 Imaging Geometry Pinhole Camera 13 Perspective Projection Perspective Projection 14 Perspective Projection Points go to Points Lines go to Lines Planes go to whole image or Half-planes Polygons go to Polygons Perspective Projection 15 Weak Perspective Projection Reference point P Q Orthographic Projection 16 Why Lenses Why Lenses 17 Issues with Lenses Refraction 18 Thin Lens Model Thick Lens 19 Spherical Aberration Distortions 20 Chromatic Aberration Compound Lenses 21 Vignetting Suggested Reading Chapter 1, David A. Forsyth and Jean Ponce, "Computer Vision: A Modern Approach",...
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