|Welcome to Introduction to Computer Vision seminar! This practical seminar serves as an introduction to computer vision.
For students who do not attend the corresponding lectures, it can give
an impression of the methods used in this field. You will learn
mathematical models and their computational implementation in the
OpenCV library by doing a number of small projects that solve practical
computer vision problems.
|Offered for Modules:
||INF-LE-MA, INF-04-P, INF-B-510, INF-B-530, INF-BAS2, MATH-MA-INFGDV,
||jExam. if not possible via email to Bettina.Weser, possible until the start of submitting first task in 30.10.
|Maximum number of participants :
||Basic knowledge of C ++
||Source code, output images, output data, your code must compile
without errors in the lab environment(room E069); It is expected to
work independently. If you are using third-party code, specify the
source. You will receive a graded certificate. Criteria: accuracy (40),
completeness (40), delivery time (20).
- Task 1: 14.10., 4. DS, 13:00, APB E069: same as in Computer Vision 1, you need to attend only once if you participate in both.
Set up your OpenCV environment and program a simple image manipulation, Slides
- Task 2: 28.10.2015 , 13:00, APB E069: Image processing and enhancement. –
Images – deadline : 11.11.2015, 23:59:59
- Task 3: 25.11.2015. Projective Geometry. slides, assignment. deadline : 16.12.2015, 23:59:59
- Task 4: 16.12.2015. Stereo Matching – Images – deadline : [Extended] 13.01.2016 23:59:59
- Task 5: 13.01.2016. Dynamic Programming for Stereo Matching. Slides. Deadline: 09.02.2016, 23:59:59