EE225b - Digital Image Processing


Prof. Avideh Zakhor


Vito Dai
307 Cory Hall
Thursday 1-3pm

Visual data is becoming increasingly more commonplace in today's world. For one thing, a large amount of traffic on the internet and large amount of data on the web is of visual nature. For another, the advent of consumer electronics products such as digital cameras and camcorders has resulted in the explosion of the amount of visual data, we as consumers, generate, store, process and manipulate.

In this course, we will deal with fundamental aspects of image representation, processing, enhancement, restoration, compression, coding and communication. We begin with fundamentals of multidimensional digital signal processing and then move on to describe techniques and methodologies for image/video processing.



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