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Image Processing and Analysis
This course deals with the techniques for automated extraction of high-level information from images generated by cameras, three-dimensional surface sensors, and medical devices. Typical applications include automated construction of 3D models from video footage and detection of objects in various types of images.
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Lecture 20: Carmichael discusses three main ways of obtaining medical imaging data: CT (Computed Tomography) scans, MRIs (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and PET (Positron Emission Tomography)
Published 11/10/10
Lecture 19: Carmichael discusses some problems that can arise in range data-based detection and how these problems can be fixed by creating transformation-consistent clusters.
Published 11/08/10
Lecture 18: Carmichael discusses advantages of local shape representations and two methods for creating them: the segmentation method and the vertex-based method.
Published 11/05/10
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