Application Oriented Image Analysis, 5/8 hp
Ida-Maria Sintorn, Robin Strand, Carolina Wählby, Damian Matuszewski, Nataša Sladoje, Filip Malmberg
Venue: The course was given at CBA.
This course aims at
giving doctoral students from across the faculty sufficient understanding to solve basic computerized image analysis problems. The course will also offer an introduction to a number of freely a vailable software tools, preparing the students to start using computerized image analysis in their own research.
The focus of the course is on reaching a broad understanding of computerized image analysis and a basic understanding of the theory and algorithms behind the computerized image analysis methods.
The course contained computerized image analysis methods and computer exercises, including computerized image analysis research methodology and computerized image analysis research ethics.
The examination was divided into
where the first to items were required for 5 credits and for all three items, the course gave 8 credits.
- three computer exercises, both to get familiar with the interfaces of common software and to solve realistic image processing problems,
- a written exam on part 1,
- a project (oral presentation and written report), where the course participants apply the collected knowledge to a project within their own domain,