Course Info

CSC 528: Computer Vision

Computer Vision techniques for analysis of patterns in visual images and videos of 2D and 3D scenes will be explored with the goal of interpreting, understanding, and reconstructing 3D scenes. Topics to be covered include image formation and representation, 2D and 3D feature extraction, camera calibration, reconstruction of depth based on stereo, shading, focus, texture, and geometry, object detection and tracking, motion analysis, analytical performance characterization, and 3D recognition of objects and scenes using statistical and model-based techniques. The course will be useful for students interested in computer vision related areas such as robotics, remote sensing, and medical imaging. A significant part of the course will be dedicated to the discussion of articles recently published in the literature. PREREQUISITE(S): CSC 481

Spring 2016-2017

Section: 901
Class number: 36499
Meeting time: W 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: LEWIS 01515 at Loop Campus
Section: 910
Class number: 36500
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus

Spring 2013-2014

Section: 901
Class number: 35298
Meeting time: W 5:45PM - 9:00PM
Location: CDM 00200 at Loop Campus
Section: 910
Class number: 35299
Meeting time: -
Location: N/A at Online Campus