e178-L1.ppt

e178-L1.ppt - Digital Image Processing ECE 178 B. S....

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1 Introduction 1 Digital Image Processing ECE 178 B. S. MANJUNATH RM 3157 ENGR I Tel:893-7112 manj@ece.ucsb.edu http://vision.ece.ucsb.edu Introduction 2 On the WEB For course information: http://www.ece.ucsb.edu/~manj/ece178 Teaching Assistant Jim Kleban
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2 Introduction 3 Today Course outline Introduction to image processing Tomorrow We will continue with the lecture instead of discussion. Next Week Introduction to Matlab and the Image Processing Toolbox Introduction 4 About this course Prerequisites – Strong motivation, basic calculus – MATLAB is the programming environment, but no prior background in MATLAB is assumed. Who can take this course? – Juniors/Seniors/Graduate students in ECE/CE/CS/ME/MATP/… Reference Book: – Gonzalez and Woods, 3 nd Edition (2007) http://www.imageprocessingplace.com – Read chapters 1 and 2
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3 Introduction 5 Grading H/W* 20%, due by 5pm on due date in the h/w box in HFH (3 rd floor) Project 10% Midterms 20% (two mid-terms) Finals 50% *All homeworks/class participation are required. A non-submission will affect your grade non-linearly . You will get a fail grade if you miss more than one h/w. Participation in the discussion sessions is REQUIRED. Research @VRL/UCSB Manjunath’s Lab: Vision Research Lab and the Center for Bio-Image Informatics Matthew Turk, YF Wang (Computer Science) – FourEyes Lab (Turk and Hollerer) Miguel Eckstein, Psychology …. Introduction 6
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4 UG Research Internships US Citizenship required Image informatics in general (emphasis on bioimage analysis) Introduction 7 Introduction 8
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5 Introduction 9 Why Image Processing? The future is multimedia information processing…… Images (and video) are everywhere! Many and diverse applications – Astronomy, biology, geology, geography, medicine, law enforcement, defense, Industrial inspection,… – Different imaging modalities: visual, X-ray, ultra- sound, … Introduction 10 Entertainment Digital camcorders HDTV DVDs: High quality image/video compression (MPEG-2: about 5-10 Million bits/second) Digital Cinema – New compression technologies are needed – Consider a 2 hour movie: 1920 x 1080 x 30 bits/ pixel x 24 frames/second ~~ 1.5 billion bits/second 1.3 terra bytes / 2 hr program
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e178-L1.ppt - Digital Image Processing ECE 178 B. S....

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