COMP 322 Computer Vision and Image Processing


An introduction to computer vision, a discipline that develops methods to interpret and analyze images and videos. This course will focus heavily on computer vision as it relates to image processing, covering topics such as the characterization and representation of digital images, image enhancement, image restoration, image analysis, and image segmentation. This class will also highlight other classic computer vision topics such as object detection, three-dimensional reconstruction, and tracking and motion estimation. Students will also look at real world applications of these techniques including facial recognition, medical image analysis, robot navigation, and computational photography.