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Institute / School Name Program Name Course Code Course Name Lecture / Tutorial (per week) Course Coordinator

Name

Chitkara University,H.P BE CSE 2008 CS4001 Image Processing and Computer Vision 4 Course Credits 4 Parminder Kaur

1. Scope and Objectives of the Course

(a)To give a direct experience in application, implementation and verification of the image processing using with processing of images, starting with introduction about image processing fundamentals and detail review of image processing techniques and applications. (b) To develop the skills of the students in image processing
(c) To explain how the process is carried forward from one component to another, producing the final output for the user. 2. Textbooks TB1: Rafael C Gonzalez, Richard E Woods 3rd Edition, Digital Image Processing - Pearson Education 2008 Reference Books RB1: Digital Image Processing by Jayaraman,Veerakumar RB2: William K Pratt, Digital Image Processing John Willey (2001) Other readings and relevant websites S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. Link of Journals, Magazines, websites and Research Papers http://www.icgst.com/gvip/journal/Issues.html http://www.hindawi.com/journals/ivp http://vie08.qmul.net/vie2008_tutorial.php http://scitation.aip.org

5. Course Plan Lecture Topics Number Text Book / Page Reference Book numbers of / Other reading Text material Book(s) TB1/Class Notes 1-30

14

Introduction to Digital Image Processing: Its origins Examples of fields using digital image processing Fundamental steps in digital image processing Components of an Image Processing system

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5- 8

Digital Image Fundamentals: Image sampling and Quantization. Relationships between pixels Mathematical tools used in image processing Image Enhancement: Intensity transformations and spatial filtering Histogram processing Fundamentals of spatial filtering Smoothing and sharpening spatial filters

TB1/Class Notes

52-97

9-15

TB1/Class Notes

105-107 120-168

19-22

TB1/Class Notes Filtering in frequency domain: Fourier Series and Transform Sampling and Fourier Transform of Sampled Functions Discrete Fourier Transform Frequency Domain Filtering Fundamentals Image smoothing and sharpening using Frequency Domain Filters Homomorphism Filtering. Image Restoration: Model of Image Degradation/Restoration process Noise models Linear, Inverse filtering Mean Square Error Restoration Least Square Restoration. Image Compression: Lossless and Lossy Compression Basic Compression Methods: Huffman Coding Run-Length Coding LZW Coding Bit-Plane Coding Predictive Coding Transform Coding Wavelet Coding Image Segmentation: Point, Line, and Edge Detection Thresholding Region-Based Segmentation Motion-Based Segmentation Image Reprsentation : Boundary Representation Chain Codes Polygonal Approximations Signatures TB1/Class Notes

200-202 211-212 220-224 255-293

23-28

311-321 343,351360

29-39

TB1/Class Notes

526-528 542-543 551-613

40-44

TB1/Class Notes

689-768 778-784

45-48

TB1/Class Notes

795-827

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6. Evaluation Scheme: Component 1 Component 2* Component 3** Quizzes /Assignments/ Presentation/Class Test/ Open Book Test/ Case Study Sessional Tests (STs)* End Term Examination** Total 20 20 60 100

* There are three Sessional Tests (STs) for all theory papers, the first two are compulsory and the third one is the non-mandatory make up / mercy test. The average of best two is considered. ** The End Term Comprehensive examination will be held at the end of semester. The mandatory requirement of 75% attendance in all theory classes is to be met for being eligible to appear in this component.

7. Details of Evaluation Component 1 Description Tutorial Test-I


Tutorial Test-II / Presentation

Duration 20 mins 20 mins 20 mins

Marks 10 10 10 10 10

To be held in week 3 6 10-11 12-13 anytime

Remarks

Assignment test Open test

book 20 mins 20 mins

Surprise test

This Document is approved by: Designation Course Coordinator PI/CoD/HoD Dean Date Name Parminder kaur Mr.Sushil bansal Rajnish Sharma Signature

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