Department Regulations for Incomplete Grades

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EEL 5820: DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING

FALL

2004


Instructor:

Malek Adjouadi (EAS 2672
-

Tel: 348
-
3019)



email: adjouadi@fiu.edu


Office Hours:

M & W: 11:00
-
12:00 Noon and 2:30
-
4:00PM

Catalog Data:

Introduction to image processing techniques involving
theore
tical developments
,
analysis, and practical implementations of imaging techniques for the solution of real
-
world problems.


Objective:

Introduce the student to the critical technology field of image processing and its
applications. The mathematical founda
tions of several key topics will be established in
direct relation to the practical aspects through several experimental implementations. The
challenges in the class sequence of EEL 5820 and EEL 6821, which serve as a Ph.D.
breadth requirement sequence, ra
nge from a better understanding of the visual machinery
of the human brain to the actual theoretical development and practical implementations of
image
-
based techniques.

Topics:


Image Fundamentals

Image Transforms



Image Enhancement



Edge Detection



Im
age Segmentation and Description



Texture Analysis



Image Restoration



Image Compression


Textbook:

"
Digital Image P
rocessing" by Raphael C. Gonzalez and Richard E. Woods,
Prentice
Hall, 2
nd

Edition, 2002


Journals:

IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis

and Machine Intelligence



IEEE Transactions on Image Processing



International Journal of Computer Vision



IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London



Proceedings of the Royal Society of London



IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics



IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging

Grading:



Midterm




30%



Laboratory Experiments:


3
5

%



Final




35%

Please read carefully the

Department Regulations for Incomplete Grades
:

1.

Must be unable to

complete the course through documented circumstances beyond his/her control.

2.

Must be passing the course prior to that part of the course that is not completed.

3.

Must contact the instructor or the secretary immediately before or during the part miss
ed, so the
instructor will be aware of the circumstances causing the incomplete.

4.

Must make up the incomplete work through the instructor of the course and should not be allowed to
sit through another entire course to make up the incomplete.

5.

Must mak
e proper arrangements with the instructor to complete the course before the last two weeks of
the second term.