ESE 558 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
Spring 2012, ECE, Stony Brook University, Prof. Murali Subbarao
It covers digital image fundamentals, mathematical preliminaries of two-dimensional systems, image transforms, human perception, color basics, sampling and quantization, compression techniques, image enhancement, image restoration, image reconstruction from projections, and binary image processing.
1. Digital Image Processing,
R. C. Gonzalez and R. E. Woods, Third Edition,
Pearson Prentice-Hall, ISBN
Second Edition of year 2002 is also acceptable, but Third Edition is preferred.
1 Published Papers, Patents, Handouts, online resources.
Prof. Murali Subbarao, email@example.com
Office Hours: Tue. and Thu.: 10 a.m to 11.00 a.m. and 1 pm to 2 pm.
Place: Room 233, Light Engg. Bldg.
2. Digital Image Fundamentals
3. Image Enhancement: Spatial domain techniques
4. Image Enhancement: Fourier domain techniques
5. Sampling and quantization
6. Image Reconstruction from Projections:
a. X-ray computed tomography (CT)
b. SPECT/PET (Single-Photon/Positron Emission CT)
c. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
7. Image Restoration and Shift-Variant Image Filtering and Restoration.
8. Color Image Processing
This year the theme and emphasis will be on medical imaging, specifically SPECT/PET, MRI, and MEG.
Attending lectures is essential for doing well on written exams. Lectures will specifically prepare students for the exams. There will be two tests, each covering roughly half of the material in the course.
Test 1 : 35% (2 hrs) (50% open book, on March 2, 2012)
Test 2 : 35% (2 hrs) (50% open book, on April 20, 2012)
Project: 15% (Matlab/Octave/Mathematica, about 12 hours effort, Due March 23, 2012)
Research Project: 15 %
(reading papers/patents, evaluating technology, writing a 10 page
report by a group of 4 students, and a 15 minute group
presentation, on May 4, 2012)
Matlab/Mathematica/Octave programming language should be learned for completing the project. Project is not difficult and requires about 12 hours of effort.
Grades are assigned based on absolute percentage
marks as below.
This policy is subject change.
: 91—100 ,
A- : 86—90 , B+ : 81—85, B : 76—80, B- : 71--75
C+ : 68—70, C : 64—67, C- : 61—63, D+ : 56—60, D : 51—55, F : 0--50