Directed study in image and video computing research. Participants complete a research project that is approved by the faculty supervisor. Participants attend weekly reading group to discuss relevant literature from the field. Reading topics vary each semester, depending on student interest.
Permission of the instructor
Previous exposure to image and video computing, computer graphics, and/or image processing. Mathematics through calculus of partial differential equations, matrices and linear spaces, and a familiarity with basic probability.
Each participant is expected to complete a research project. Ideally, this project will target a specific problem relevant to the graduate student's own research interests. Participant and instructor work together to define and focus the project. Project reports are due at the last seminar meeting, and will be evaluated based upon both an oral presentation (or demo) and a written report.
The report should include:
Stan Sclaroff Created: January 3, 1997
Modified: September 8, 2004