SIMG-782 Introduction to Digital Image Processing


Dr. Harvey Rhody
76-2270 Carlson Center for Imaging Science
475-6215
rhody@cis.rit.edu

Text: Digital Image Processing, Gonzalez and Woods, Second Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2002.

Reference: Digital Image Processing, William K. Pratt, Wiley, 1991.

Reference: Multiple View Geometry in computer vision (2nd ed), Richard Hartley and Andrew Zisserman, Cambridge, 2003.

This course makes extensive use of the IDL programming language. The language is available on the CIS network and is available for purchase for individual users.

Catalog Description

After a brief review of 2-dimensional signal processing, the course discusses the processing of images on a computer. It includes methods of contrast manipulation, image smoothing, and image sharpening using a variety of linear and non-linear methods. Also discussed are methods of edge and line enhancement and detection, followed by techniques of image segmentation. The course concludes with a discussion of image degradation models and image restoration. (1051-716, 717 or permission of instructor) Class 4, Credit 4 (Fall Quarter)