CSE 166 - Image Processing



Principles of image formation, analysis, and representation. Image enhancement, restoration, and segmentation; stochastic image models. Filter design, sampling, Fourier and wavelet transforms. Selected applications in computer graphics and machine vision.

Course Objectives: 

This course will provide fundamental background material for CSE undergraduates interested in pursuing industry or research work in pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, computer vision and computer graphics. Image processing skills are also highly applicable in areas such as biomedical data analysis, bioinformatics, and web-based image and video databases.

Laboratory Work: 

Programming assignments.


Math 20F, and CSE 100 or Math 176. Please see Prerequisites Page


One quarter per year, normally in the Fall.