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Image Processing and Analysis

Course No. CIS 659
Sections 851
Title Image Processing and Analysis
Course Website
Prerequisite(s) CIS 505
Instructor Frank Shih
  • Office Room No. : GITC 4209
  • Office Phone : 973-596-5654
  • Fax : 973-596-5777
  • Email :
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  • Lab : Computer Vision Laboratory
  • Instructor Office Hours

    Description This course is an intensive study of the fundamentals of image processing, analysis and understanding. Topics to be covered include: a brief review of the necessary mathematical tools, human visual perception, sampling and quantization, image transformation, enhancement, restoration, compression, reconstruction, image geometric transformation, matching, segmentation, feature extraction, representation and description, recognition and
    interpretation, and so on.
    Topics Introduction, Digital Image Fundamentals
    Image Transform, Image Enhancement
    Image Matching, Image Segmentation
    Image Representation, Pattern Recognition

    Text Book(s) R. Gonzalez and R. Woods, Digital Image Processing, Addison Wesley, 2002.
    Time & Place DL
    Other Info GRADING: Final Exam (will be posted on web) (40%), Three Projects (15%
    each), Homeworks (15%)

    There will be a total of 100 points. The grade assign is based on the

    A: 90 -100 points
    B+: 80 89 points
    B: 70 - 79 points
    C+: 65 - 69 points
    C: 60 64 points
    D: 50 59 points
    F: 0 - 49 points

    I may curve up when assigning grades, but will in no circumstance curve
    down. I will not assign an incomplete grade unless there are
    extraordinary circumstances.


    Final Exam will be posted on web site on December 9, 2pm and is due on
    December 13, 2pm by an email with attachment.

    There are four homework problems and three programming project assignment.

    Academic Honor Code

    The NJIT academic honor code
    ( in full to this
    class. Note in particular that copying programs, in full or in part, is
    forbidden. You may discuss ideas and concepts with your fellow
    students, but you may NOT copy any code.

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