COMPGI14 - Machine Vision
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|Code||COMPGI14 (Also taught as: COMPM054 Machine Vision)|
|Prerequisites||Successful completion of an appropriate Computer Science, Mathematics, or other Physical Science or Engineering undergraduate programme with sufficient mathematical and programming content, plus some familiarity with digital imaging and digital image processing.|
|Taught By||Gabriel Brostow(100%)|
|Aims||The course addresses algorithms for automated computer vision. It focuses on building mathematical models of images and objects and using these to perform inference. Students will learn how to use these models to automatically find, segment and track objects in scenes, perform face recognition and build three-dimensional models from images.|
|Learning Outcomes||To be able to understand and apply a series of probabilistic models of images and objects in machine vision systems. To understand the principles behind face recognition, segmentation, image parsing, super-resolution, object recognition, tracking and 3D model building.|