Winter: Computational Imaging and Display (EE367/CS448I)

Computational imaging systems have a wide range of applications in consumer electronics, scientific imaging, HCI, medical imaging, microscopy, and remote sensing. We discuss light fields, time-of-flight cameras, multispectral imaging, thermal IR, computational microscopy, compressive imaging, computed tomography, computational light transport, compressive displays, phase space, and other topics at the convergence of applied mathematics, optics, and high-performance computing related to imaging. Hands-on assignments. Prerequisites: EE 261 or equivalent (basic signal processing) and EE 263 or equivalent (linear systems/algebra).

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