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CS6643 Computer Vision and Scene Analysis

Credits: 3.00

An important goal of artificial intelligence is to equip computers with the capability to interpret visual inputs. Computer vision and scene analysis is an AI area that deals with constructing explicit, meaningful descriptions of physical objects from images. It includes many techniques from image processing, pattern recognition, geometric modeling and cognitive processing. This course introduces the many techniques and applications of computer vision and scene analysis.

Prerequisites: Graduate standing, CS 5403 and MA 2012, or equivalents, or instructor’s permission.