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Advanced Image Analysis
Summer Term 2012
Advanced Image Analysis
23/08/2012: The certificates are ready. See below for details!
Example - Freehand High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging
Requires undergraduate knowledge in mathematics (e.g. ''Mathematik für Informatiker I-III''). Basic knowledge in image processing and computer vision is recommendable. The lectures will be given in English.
In this lecture, we will discuss advanced topics in the fields of image processing
and computer vision.
Most of the presented methods fuse the information from several images in order
to produce a somwhat enhanced image. Examples for such techniques are super-resolution,
high dynamic range (HDR) imaging, tone mapping, and gradient domain techniques.
Participants of the course can download the lecture materials here after the lecture (access is password-protected). However, be aware that these slides are only provided to support the classroom teaching, not to replace it. Additional organisational information, such as examples and explanations that may be helpful or necessary to understand the content of the course (and thus relevant for the exam), will be provided in the lectures. It is solely your responsibility - not ours - to make sure that you receive this infomation. The topics given here are preliminary and will probably change slightly.
Programming excercises and theoretical assignments are offered as part of the tutorials.
The regular attendence of these excercises is requirement for admission to
Please remember that you have to register online for the lecture/exam
in the HISPOS system of the Saarland University
You can inspect your exam sheets on Tuesday, August 14, 11:00-12:00 or Thursday, August 16, 11:00-12:00,
building E1.7, room 4.07 (4th floor).
The following thresholds were applied to determine the grades of both exams:
The detailed distribution of points of the first exam was:
The detailed distribution of points of the second exam was:
The results of the second exam can be queried via our online query form.
There is no specific book that covers the complete content of this class.
Many lectures will be based on articles from journals and conferences.
However, the recent book of R. Szeliski covers some of the topics and
additionally summarises most of the intensively studied areas of computer