Project 1
(Posted on Lecture 14; Presentation on Lecture 18.)
Prepare a 1 hour lecture to present to your classmates on one of the topics listed below. You will prepare the
lectures in teams of 3 or 4, and you can use any visual aids you like (blackboard,
Introduction to Inverse Problems
What is an image? Attributes and Representations
Forward vs Inverse
Optical Imaging as Inverse Problem
Incoherent and Coherent limits
Dimensional mismatch: continuous vs discrete
Singular vs ill-posed
Ill-posedness:
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Problem Set #4
Spring '02
Posted Mar. 16, 2002 | Due Wednesday Mar. 27, 2002
1. Goodman 3-5.
2. A space-domain linear, shift-invariant system has impulse response
h(x) rect x :
a
Th
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Posted Feb. 27, 2002 | Due Monday Mar. 11, 2002
Problem Set #3
Spring '02
1. The probability of an insect laying k eggs is Poisson with expectation value k
the probability of an
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Posted Feb. 13, 2002 | Due Wednesday Feb. 20, 2002
Problem Set #2
Spring '02
1. How to emulate a perfect coin. Given a biased coin such that the probability
of heads (H ) is , w
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Problem Set #1
Spring '02
Posted Feb. 6, 2002 | Due Wednesday Feb. 13, 2002
Notation: (u v) are the spatial frequencies conjugate to the Cartesian coordinate pair
(x y). H(u v)