The fields of computer graphics and computer vision are converging on a set of common models and equations for generating, manipulating, and analyzing images. This course is designed to give students an understanding of these techniques sufficient to pursue graduate research in either vision or graphics. In particular, students will study image generation (ray tracers and radiosity), image manipulation (geometric and photometric transformations, image filtering, and morphing), image matching (correlation, principal component analysis, mutual information), and object recognition (feature extraction, feature transformations, model matching)

Ross Beveridge
Office: 348 CS Building
Office Hours: TBD
Lecture Time and Place:
2:00-2:50, MWF, CSB Room 425
That's all...folks - have a great summer (Ross 5/17/10 10:40PM)
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An answer key for the final exam has been posted (Ross 5/17/10 10:30PM)

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