Image Processing (RRY025/ASM420)
* CITE MY WAVELET PAPERS: If you are going to use wavelets in
the near future and publish wavelet-based papers, then remember to
give proper credit to what you have learned in the Image Processing
course by citing the following two papers:
(1) Romeo A. B., Horellou C. and Bergh J. (2003), "N-Body Simulations
with Two-Orders-of-Magnitude Higher Performance Using Wavelets",
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 342, 337-344
(2) Romeo A. B., Horellou C. and Bergh J. (2004), "A Wavelet Add-On
Code for New-Generation N-Body Simulations and Data De-Noising
(JOFILUREN)", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 354,
Problems (and Solutions)
* FIRST LECTURE: Monday 3 September at 13:00 in E-Studion
* TO DO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE: Click on the "Matlab Files" link
below, download RRY025.zip, and install the Matlab files. RRY025.zip
is a zip-archive of the Matlab files for the course, which you will
need from the very first lecture!
* DON'T BUY THE WRONG TEXTBOOK:
LATEST UPDATE (Wed 22 Aug 2018)
The textbook of the course is
"Digital Image Processing" by Gonzalez and Woods:
3rd edition (NOT 4th edition).
Starting from today (Wed 22 Aug 2018),
Cremona/Store is selling the right (3rd) printed edition.
* STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: The Education Management Support has
randomly selected the following student representatives:
Karl Eliasson (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Victor Markna"s (email@example.com),
Emma Nilsson Lyse'n (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Di Pan (email@example.com).
I will be happy to introduce them to all of you on Thursday 6
September, during the long lecture break (09:40-10:05).
* Welcome, Magnus (from Alessandro :-)
* Nice to meet all of you again on Monday :-)
* GIVE FEEDBACK TO THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: On Monday 1
October, during the long lecture break (14:55-15:20), I will have a
meeting with the student representatives. Please give feedback to
them: What is your opinion about the course so far?
* TRAIN WITH THE MOST RECENT EXAMS: As you know from the
schedule, on Monday 15 October 15-17 and Thursday 18 October 8-12 we
will train with the most recent exams. To make such sessions as
useful as possible, I strongly recommend that you come prepared. WELL
BEFORE these sessions:
(1) Read "One of the Exams in 2015/2016" (yes, start from that year), and brainstorm about how to
solve such problems.
(2) Do NOT look directly at the help! It is much better that you
think *hard* about how to solve each problem!!
(3) Then read "One of the Exams in 2014/2015" ... and so on.
When we meet in the class, we will then be able to discuss the exams
constructively and without delay.