Advances in Digital Signal Processing: Imaging and Image Processing
The lecture deals with different concepts of active imaging used in modern radar and sonar. In the first part image formation, that is how to compute an image based on backscattered energy, is covered. Image processing techniques, i.e. image 'cleaning' and segmentation as well as detecting and classifying objects, are treated in the second part.
This lecture will start on Friday, 19th April, 11:40 – 13:20 in S3/11 06. Please check the timetable for the course outline.
As discussed in the last lecture, tutorial 5 is shifted to Thursday, 27th June at 14.25 in S306/257 (Signal Processing Group). Thus, there will be no tutorial on Tuesday.
The exam results have been released and will be available in TUCAN soon.
The „Einsicht“ will take place on September 3rd from 9h to 11h. Please register beforehand in the list next to the SPG notice board.
Fridays 11:40h – 13:20h (S3/11 06)|
|Tutorial Time/Room||Every 2nd Tuesday 9:50h – 11:30h (S306/257), see timetable|
Tuesday 14.00h – 17.00h (S3/ 06 252)|
Thursday 14.00h – 17.00h (S3/ 06 250)
|Prerequisites||DSP, general interest in signal processing|
|Assessment||Written exam and exercises (bonus)|