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,
* Welcome to the fully online edition of the Image Processing course,
which was inaugurated in 2020 and
has been so greatly appreciated by the students that I have decided to run it again :-)
The course officially starts on Monday 30 August.
⇰ Watch the original (2020) introductory
This year, among other updates, there are 10 extra videos,
hence 32 video recordings in total!
⇰ Get also familiar with
Ciao a tutti!
* HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH ME: Do not send me messages in Canvas,
but email them directly to me (email@example.com).
* STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: The Education Management Support has
randomly selected the following student representatives:
Yiming Cong (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Cajsa Hjohlman (email@example.com),
Richard Jelinek (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Lovisa Landgren (email@example.com),
Julia Linderfalk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I will be glad to introduce them to all of you today,
Monday 6 September around 13:15, during our first planned Zoom meeting
(which starts at 13:00).