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CSCI 3342 Computational Photography (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Computational photography is a new field that leverages the power of digital processing to overcome limitations of traditional photography, and it offers unprecedented opportunities for the enhancement and enrichment of visual media. We will learn how to acquire and process scenes from digitized photographs. Several popular image-based algorithms will be presented, with an emphasis on using these techniques to build practical applications. In the programming assignments, students will have the opportunity to acquire their own images of different scenes and develop the image analysis and synthesis tools needed to process and view the scenes on the computer.


Instructor(s): Hao Jiang

Prerequisites: MATH2202 Multivariable Calculus, MATH2210 Linear Algebra. Basic programming experience such as CSCI1101 or permission of instructor.

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Last Updated: 01-Apr-14