ECE 558: Digital Imaging
ECE 558 is a graduate course on multidimensional signals, convolution, transforms, sampling, and interpolation; design of two-dimensional digital filters; sensor array processing and range-doppler imaging; applications to synthetic aperture radar, optics, tomography, radio astronomy, and beam-forming sonar; image estimation from partial data.
Prerequisite: ECE 310 (Digital Signal Processing) and ECE 313 (Probability with Engineering Applications), or equivalent.
Time and Location: 11:00 am -- 12:20 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays, ECEB 3013
Texts: R. E. Blahut, Theory of Remote Image Formation, 2004.
Optional reading: T. K. Moon and W. C. Stirling, Mathematical Methods and Algorithms for Signal Processing.
Announcement: The mid-term exam is changed to Thursday, April 13.
- Homework 30%
- Midterm 30%
- Literature review 10%
- Final project 30%
Please check the syllabus
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Assignment 1 Solutions
Journal review and Projects:
The suggested papers are listed here. If you have trouble finding the papers, please email me.
Guide for journal review and projects: Project Guide
Journal Review, Proposal template: Template