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40
-
712
+
Digital
Video

Systems




Course Syllabus




Term:





Fall

1384

(
200
5
)


Instructor:


S. Kasaei



Associate Professor in Signal Processing


Room 3
07,



Department of Computer Engineering
,



Sharif Un
iversity of Technology,




P.O. Box: 11365
-
9715



Tel: 6
6
16 4631



E
-
Mail:
skasaei [at] sharif [dot]
edu


Web

Page:
http://sharif.ed
u/~skasaei





http://mehr.sharif.edu/~ipl


Course Description
:

40
-
712
+

provides an insight to the
fundamental theory and techniques for efficient
representation and processing of video signals
. Topics to be covered include: introduction to
video systems, Fourier analysis of video signals, properties of the human visual system,
motion estimation, basic video compression techniques, video communication standards, and
stereo video processing. A te
rm
-
project is

also

required
.



Prerequisites:


40
-
763 (Digital Signal Processing), and
40
-
823

(
Advanced
Digital Image Processing)

or

40
-
933

(Digital
Image

Processing)
.


Credit
:


3

units.


Course Schedule
:


Sundays & Tuesdays, 1
0
:
3
0
-
1
2
:
0
0,
Room 316
.


W
ebsite:


The course website can be found at:


http://ce.sharif.edu/courses/84
-
85/1/ce712/

Please check this site often for important
announcements
, files needed for computer exercises, and the
PD
F versions of
handouts & homework
.


Main
Text


Book:

Video Processing & Communications
, by

Yao Wang, Jom Ostermann, & Ya
-
Oin Zhang.
Prentice
Hall,
1
st

e
dition,

2001
, ISBN:

0130175471
.

[
SUT: TK 5105 .2 .W36 2001]

Addi
tional topics will be included
.


Refere
nce Books:


1:
Digital Video Processing
, by A. Murat Tekalp, Prentice Hall, 1995, ISBN: 0
-
13
-
190075
-
7.

2
:
Image and Video Compression for Multimedia Engineering: Fundamentals, Algorithms,


and Standards
, by Yun Q. Shi & Huifang Sun. CRC Press, 2000, I
SBN: 0
-
8493
-
3491
-
8.


[
SUT: QA 76 .575 .S555 1999 C.2]

3
:
Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing
, by Anil K. Jain, Prentice Hall, 1989, ISBN: 0013
-


336165
-
9.

4
:
Digital Image Processing
, by Rafael C. Gonzalez & Richard E. Woods, Addison
-
Wesley,



2
nd

edition, 2002.

5:
Video Engineering
, by Inglis & Luther, 2
nd
edition, McGraw Hill, 1996. (covers fundamentals of


analog & digital video systems, including HDTV, CATV, terrestial & satellite video broadcast




technologies.)

[
SUT:
TK 6630 .I54 1996]

6:
Video Dialtone Technology
, by Minoli, McGraw Hill, 1995. (covers digital video over ADSL,


HFC, FTTC & ATM technologies, including interactive TV & video-on-demand.)

7
:
Handbook of Image

& Video Processing
, by

Al Bovik, Academic Pr
ess, 2000, ISBN: 0121197905.



[
SUT: TA 1637 .H26 2000]

8
:
Digital Video Compression (with CD
-
ROM)
,
by Peter Symes.
Bk &CD
-
Rom edition, 2003, ISBN:


0071424873
.

9
:
H.264 and MPEG
-
4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next Generation Multimedia
,
by

Iain


E. G. Richardson

&

Iain E. G. Richardson
.
John Wiley & Sons
,
12, 2003
,
ISBN: 0470848375
.


10
:
Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing
, by Dan E. Dudgeon & Russel M. Mersereau,




Prentice
-
Hall, 1984.

11
:

Computer & Robot Vision
, by

Robert

M. Haralick & Linda G. Shapiro, Addison
-
Wesley,




1993.

12
:

Computer Vision
, by Dana H. Ballard & Christopher M. Brown, Prentice
-
Hall, 1982.

13
:

Handbook of Pattern Recognition & Image

Processing
, by

Tzay Y. Young & King
-
Sun



Fu, Academic Press, 1
986.

1
4
:

A Wavelet Tour on Signal Processing
, by

Stephane Mallat, Academic Press, 2
nd

e
dition,



1999, ISBN: 0
-
12
-
466606
-
X.

1
5
:
Wavelets and Subband Coding
, by

Martine Vetterli & Jelena Kovacevic, Prentice Hall,


1995, ISBN: 0
-
13
-
097080
-
8.

1
6
:
Pro
bability, Random Variables, & Random Signal Principles
, by Peyton Z. Peebles, JR.,


McGraw
-
Hill, 3
rd

e
dition, 1993, ISBN:0
-
07
-
112782
-
8.

1
7
:
Probability, Random Variables, & Stochastic Processes
, by Athanasios Papoulis, McGraw
-
Hill, 1991



[
S
UT:
QA

273 .P2 199]
.


Homework P
olicy:

H
omework problems will be assigned
during the course and solution provided
.

Some homework
assignments will require programming and testing.
Programming

assignments can be
submitted
either
in
Matlab or C Languages
.


Course
Project:

There will be a course

project, which can
also
be proposed by the student. S
tudents are supposed to
present

the final result, associated with related
software & technical report
.


Grading Policy:

W
ritten &
programming

assignments: 3

Points


Project:
3

Points


Project report: 1 Points


Project
p
resentaion
: 1 Points


Midterm exam:
3

Points (hold at:

138
4
.9.
1
)


Final exam: 9 Points (hold at:

1384.10.25, 14:3
0
)


Submitted paper: 2 Extra Points



Project Topic Confi
rmation Due:


1
38
4
.
9
.
7


Instru
ctor Office Hour:


Sun
days, 1
6
:
3
0
-
1
7
:
3
0
, room 3
07
, CE, SUT
.


Teaching Assistants:


T
u
esdays, 1
1:30
-
12
:30
, Khodro Bld., room 203
.


Course E
-
Mail Address:

C
e
712
list
[at]
ce.sharif.edu