EE - 243: Advanced Computer Vision

 

 

 

CREDIT: 4 units. Lecture, three hours; outside research, three hours.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:

 

A study of three-dimensional computer vision.  Topics include projective geometry, modeling and calibrating cameras, representing geometric primitives and their uncertainty, stereo vision, motion analysis and tracking, interpolating and approximating three-dimensional data, and recognition of two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects..

 

PREREQUISITES:

 

EE-146 or consent of instructor. You must be able to program in MATLAB and/or C.

 

TOPICS

 

  sensors and imaging

  projective geometry

  modeling and calibrating cameras

  representing geometric primitives and their uncertainty

  stereo vision

  motion analysis and tracking

  active vision

  interpolating and approximating three-dimensional data

  recognition of two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects

 

Optional Topics

 

  distributed vision

  vision in mobile robotics

  vision in transportation

  attentive processing

  real time computer vision architectures