Computer vision is gaining its applications from facial recognition, human pose tracking, and interactive entertainment to medical imaging and autonomous vehicles. This course provides students with fundamental concepts in computer vision including image formation, camera modelling, feature extraction, motion estimation and tracking, and classification. It also introduces basic methods for applications such as camera calibration, depth recovery from stereo, and action recognition. Students will then apply them to practical projects related to human motion detection and autonomous vehicles with the use of embedded computers. Course

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Spring 23


Phung Manh Duong


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