Image Processing (RRY025/ASM420)
NEWS
* Welcome to the fully online edition of the Image Processing course taught by me,
Alessandro Romeo (romeo@chalmers.se), which was inaugurated in 2020 and
has been so greatly appreciated by the students that I have decided to run it again in 2021 :-)
The course officially starts on Monday 30 August 2021.
⇰ Watch the original (2020) introductory
video.
This year (2021), among other updates, there are 10 extra videos,
hence 32 video recordings in total!
⇰ Get also familiar with
Zoom.
Ciao a tutti!
Alessandro
* 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,
1208-1222
ARCHIVED NEWS
* Updated information concerning the written exam: see the "Exams" folder!
* Important information concerning the course material: I have uploaded
the videos, lecture notes and studio exercises for all the rest of the course :-)
so that students carrying out projects on image compression and restoration
will have plenty of time for studying those topics properly :-) :-)
I will upload the matlab files and extra videos following the usual schedule
(Fridays afternoon).
* TRAIN WITH PREVIOUS YEARS' EXAMS: As you know from the
Zoom-meeting schedule,
on Thursday 14 October 8-12 and Thursday 21 October 8-10 we
will train with previous years' 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.
(4) For previous years' exams more recent than 2015/2016 there is little help
available, since those problems are variations of those already solved and
discussed previously. Therefore work on those problems only after you have
completed the scheme recommended in points (1)-(3) above.
When we meet, we will then be able to discuss the exams
constructively and without delay.