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Rochester Institute of Technology
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Eecc 361 -

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COURSE TITLE DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING I 1051 361 INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Carl Salvaggio Ph D Associate Professor Office Address 76 3136 Telephone Number 585 475 6380 E mail salvaggio cis rit edu AIM imagesci87 Office Hours Open door TEACHING ASSISTANT INFORMATION May Arsenovic Teaching Assistant Office Address 76 3227 located in Room 76 3215 E mail mva7609 rit edu AIM MayTheTA Office Hours M 12 2 T 12 4 R 12 4 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of digital image processing The student will be exposed to image capture and image formation methodologies sampling and quantization concepts statistical descriptors and enhancement techniques based upon the image histogram point processing neighborhood processing and global processing techniques based upon kernel operations and discrete convolution as well as the frequency domain equivalents geometrical operations for scale and rotation and greylevel resampling techniques The student will be introduced to the computation of the discrete and fast Fourier transforms for one and two dimensional functions and the techniques of frequency domain filtering Emphasis is placed on applications and efficient algorithmic implementation using the IDL programming language 1016 305 1051 211 or equivalent Class 4 Credit 4 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF EVALUATION Ability to use basic digital image processing concepts to perform enhancements to grey level data HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS EXAMS Ability to use the IDL environment as an interactive problem solving tool and visualization system HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS MEETING TIMES Tuesday Thursday 2 00 3 50PM Room 76 1230 READING MATERIALS Gonzalez R C and R E Woods Digital Image Processing Second Edition Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River New Jersey 2002 ISBN 0 201 18075 8 COURSE MECHANICS 60 Programming Assignments 10 Homework Assignments 15 Oral Examination 1 15 Oral Examination 2 TOPICAL OUTLINE Digital Image Processing Introduction Definition Topical areas to be



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