MATH3360 - Mathematical Imaging - 2021/22
- (2021-10-13) The local Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 8 is still in force. According to the University's regulation, all UG classes during the 1:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. session will be suspended. As such, our Math3360 lecture this afternoon (October 13, 4:30pm-6pm) will be canceled.
- Assignment 2 has been posted
- Assignment 1 (pdf and codes) has been updated.
- The due date for Assignment 1 has been postponed to October 4 before 11:59PM.
- (2021-09-17) Submission of homework assignments
- To reduce the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus, you are not recommended to submit your homework assignment physically. As such, you will submit your assignment by uploading the scanned copy via the Blackboard system.
- Log onto https://blackboard.cuhk.edu.hk/ and click on our course 2021R1 Mathematical Imaging (MATH3360). Click on "course contents" and click on "Homework X (Due...)". Follow the instructions therein to upload your solution. An illustration can be downloaded below.
- Please scan your written solution into a single pdf file and save it with the name like: YourStudentID_HW1.pdf. There are several useful apps for you to take a picture of your solution and scan your document (such as CamScanner HD and Microsoft Lens). Combine all your Matlab codes in one folder and compress it with the name YourStudentID_Code1.zip. When you submit your homework using Blackboard, make sure you submit the two files altogether in one submission.
- Assignment 1 has been posted
- There will be no tutorial in the first week.
Ronald Lok Ming LUI
- Office: LSB 207
- Tel: 3943-7975
- Office: LSB 222B
- Office: LSB 222B
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Wed 4:30pm-6pm (Wu Ho Man Yuen Bldg 403); Thurs 1:30pm-2:15pm (MMW 702)
- Tutorial: Thurs 12:30pm-1:15pm (MMW 702)
This course gives an introducion on mathematical models and techniques for various image processing tasks. A wide array of topics will be covered, including image restoration (denoising, deblurring), image segmentation, image compression, image registration, feature detection, multi-scale image analysis and so on. Students will become familiar with essential mathematical techniques for imaging tasks, such as image processing in the spatial domain (using gradient, Laplacian, convolution) and frequency domain (using Fourier / wavelet transform). Differential equation based techniques will also be discussed.
Our goal of this course is to help students appreciate the importance of mathematics in imaging sciences. Students will have a chance to learn how existing image processing techniques are built based on mathematical theories. Upon successful completion of the course, interested students are also welcome to approach the lecturer to ask for opportunities to work on some research projects related to mathematical image processing.
- Class Note 1
- Lecture 1 powerpoint
- Class Note 2
- Lecture 2 powerpoint
- Class Note 3
- Lecture 3 powerpoint
- Class Note 4
- Class Note 5
- Lecture 5 powerpoint
- Class Note 6
- Lecture 6 powerpoint
- Class Note 7
- Class Note 8
- Class Note 9
- codes (tutorial 1)
- notes (tutorial 1)
- codes (tutorial 2)
- notes (tutorial 2)
- notes (tutorial 3)
- notes (tutorial 4)
|Midterm (October 27, 4:30pm-6:30pm, in class)||35%|
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Assessment Policy Last updated: October 13, 2021 12:12:33