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ENGG 117 - Computational Imaging

Description

An examination of computational methods in imaging science. An introduction into imaging theory is presented, including wave propagation, image formation, imaging systems, image quality, and noise sources. Then, advanced topics such as super-resolution imaging, compressed sensing, spectroscopic imaging, wavefront shaping, and holography are studied. Material draws heavily from recent literature. The course incorporates programming projects, critical reviews of journal articles, and construction of original review papers.

Prerequisites

ENGS 92 or equivalent

Offered

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Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Winter 2022
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Instructors:

Geoffrey P. Luke