COMP61342 : Computer Vision

MSc Module part of Taught Postgraduate Programmes

Topics Lecturer &/ Demonstrator

Tuesday 12th March 2019
09.30 Course introduction (timetable, assessment, handouts and tips for student presentations AG
10.00 Basic Image Analysis (Part I) CT
10.50 Short break
11.00 Basic Image Analysis (Part II) CT
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Region-based Vision CT
13.50 Short break
14.00 Edge-based Vision CT
14.50 Short break
15.10 Lab: Self-study

Tuesday 19rd March 2019
09.30 Segmentation and grouping AG
10.30 Short break
10.45 Harris Corner detector & Local Features (part 1) AG
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Local Features (part 2) & SIFT AG
13.50 Short break
14.00 Object Recognition (part 1) AG
14.45 Short Break
14.55 Object Recognition (part 2) AG
15.40 Short Break
15.50 Practical Lab: SIFT tutorial TAs, AG

Tuesday 26th March 2019
09.30 Stereo, Epipolar Geometry and Calibration (part 1) AG
10.30 Short break
10.45 Stereo, Epipolar Geometry and Calibration (part 2) AG
12.00 Lunch
13.00 Stereo and applications (part 3) AG
14.00 Short Break
14.10 Practical Lab: Manual Calibration and volumetric reconstruction TAs, AG
15.15 Short Break
15.30 Assessed Laboratory Exercise (Stereo Vision) TAs, AG

Tuesday 2nd April 2019
09.30 Motion analysis AG
10.20 Short break
10.30 Visual Tracking (part 1) AG
11.20 Short break
11.30 Visual Tracking (part 2) AG
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Short Lecture: Face detection CT
14.05 Short Break
14.15 Model-based Vision Part I: From Active Contours to Statistical Shapes CT
15.10 Short break
15.20 Model-based Vision including AAMs Part II: SSM, ASM and AAM CT
16.00 Practical Lab: EigenFaces tutorial TAs

Tuesday 30th April 2019
09.30 Image Registration I: Basics and Pairwise Registration CT
10.25 Short Break
10.35 Image Registration II: Warps and Regularisation CT
11.30 Short break
11.40 Image Registration III: Fluids and Groupwise Registration CT
12.30 Lunch
13.30 Students Deliver Prepared Talks ALL