in Image Processing and Computation
Thursdays 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. - 1 credit - Professor Gabor T. Herman
This is one in a series of seminar-type courses, run in alternate semesters by Robert Haralick and Gabor Herman. The emphasis of the course changes each semester, covering such diverse topics as the reconstruction of objects and surfaces from projections, data representation for image processing, computer vision and visualization, graphical models, applications of image processing and computing (e.g., to diagnostic medicine, radiation therapy treatment planning, electron microscopy of biological molecules, nondestructive testing, materials science, audio signal manipulation, and data mining), discrete images, and the validity of random number generators. This semester we will be discussing to some depth image processing in biological 3D electron microscopy. Students will be required to give a presentation on a topic of their choice in this area or in any other area of image processing and computation.