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Unformatted text preview: ions: 2 from Part I and 2 from Part II. The best three answers will be used for assessment. Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L1 - Slide3/9 Textbooks Image Processing Analysis and Machine Vision by Sonka, Boyle and Hlavac Digital Image Processing by Gonzalez and Woods Computer Vision: A Modern Approach by Forsyth and Ponce Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L1 - Slide4/9 What is Computer Vision ? Computer Vision … concerns the study of the theory, engineering and application of artificial systems that extract information from images or other structured, multi-dimensional data. • diverse and relatively novel field of research • closely related to the study of biological vision • shows inverse aspects of computer graphics • maps from pixels to meaning Example: automatic lion face detection Dr Tilo Burghardt | Image Processing & Computer Vision , COMS30121 | Dept of Computer Science, University of Bristol | L1 - Slide5/9 Applications EXAMPLES Security and Surveillance, Autonomous Vehicles, Biometrics, Industrial Quality Inspection, Medical Image Analysis, Environmental Monitoring, Character Recognition, Forensics, Robotics, Media Encoding, Process Control, Augmented Reality, Image Stitching, Media Compression, Image Restoration, Sensor Fusion, Space Exploration, Remote Sensing, Geoscience,...
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