Image Processing in Physics
Course 0000001574 in WS 2013/4
|Course Type||Lecture w/ Exercise|
|Semester Weekly Hours||3 SWS|
|Organisational Unit||Biomedical Physics|
and 14 dates in groups
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|additional remarks||This course will cover a wide range of advanced techniques used for image processing and image reconstruction, with a special focus on physical science applications. Following a problem-solving philosophy, the course will motivate all techniques and fundamental concepts with problems drawn from real-life applications. Each class will address a specific technique, yet all will be linked by recurrent essential topics including Fourier analysis, linear algebra, iterative techniques, maximum likelihood and convex optimization. In addition to the two-hour classes, a weekly one-hour exercise session will take place to answer questions and present homework solutions. Exercises will take the form of simple programming tasks.|