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CMPUT206 - Introduction to Digital Image Processing

An introduction to basic digital image processing theory, and the tools that make advanced image manipulation possible for ordinary users. Image processing is important in many applications: editing and processing photographs, special effects for movies, drawing animated characters starting with photographs, analyzing and enhancing images captured by the mars rover or the Hubble telescope, an detecting suspects from surveillance cameras. Image processing concepts are introduced using tools like Photoshop and GIMP. Exposure to simple image processing programming with JAVA and Mathlab. This course is preparation for more advanced courses in the Digital Media area. Prerequisites: Any 100-level Computing Science course, plus knowledge of first-year level Math, Stat; and introductory JAVA, C, or similar programming experience; or consent of Instructor or SCI 100. Open to students in the Faculty of Arts, Engineering and Sciences, others require permission of the instructor.

Winter Term 2019

Lecture Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LEC B1 (87884)

MWF 09:00:00 - 09:50:00 (V 102)
Instructor: nray1@ualberta.ca - Profile

Lab Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LAB H02 (88274)

W 14:00:00 - 16:50:00 (CSC 167)
Instructor: TBD

Winter Term 2019 - LAB H03 (88342)

R 17:00:00 - 19:50:00 (CSC 167)
Instructor: TBD

Winter Term 2019 - LAB H01 (95448)

T 08:00:00 - 10:50:00 (CSC 167)
Instructor: TBD

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