Graduate Computer Science

CS G142: Digital Image Processing

Studies the fundamental concepts of digital image processing, including digitization and display of images, manipulation of images to enhance or restore image detail, encoding (compression) of images, detection of edges and other object features in images, and the formation of computed tomography (CT) images. Introduces mathematical tools such as linear systems theory and Fourier analysis and uses them to motivate and explain these image processing techniques.
Prerequisites:
Linear Algebra MS: Graphics
Credit hours: 4
Course offerings: