Lund Institute of Technology


Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Imaging Group



Computer Vision 2013


Starting this Monday (11/3) and two weeks forward you can collect the Computer Vision home exam at the student expedition (fifth floor mathematics building, opening hours are listed here http://www.maths.lth.se/utbildning/matematiklth/ ). You have 48 hour to complete the exam and hand in at the student expedition. Any programs you write should be submitted directly to me at calle@maths.lth.se . Note that you are not allowed to work on the exam during the weekend. Anyone collecting it on Thursday still has to hand in before the student expedition closes on Friday.

Also, there will be (a firm!) deadline for completing the assignments. Everything, including corrections, has to be completed by the end of April. I think that everyone should be done by then, but in case you are not you will have a chance to submit during the exam period in August.

A preliminary program is here.

Lectures will be on:

  • Mondays 13-15 in room MA:333.
    Wednesdays 10-12 in room MH:B.

Exercises will be on:
  • Fridays 10-12 in room MH:333 (only study weeks 1-6).
Computer Exercises will be on:
  • Tuesdays 10-12 in room MH:230 (only study weeks 2-7).

There are 5 mandatory assignments that will be posted here: Some of the exercises in these assignments are a bit tricky. If you get stuck on anything while working at home, send me an email and I will help you out.

During exercises and computer exercises you will work with the assignments. So there is not extra material for these sessions.
Lecture notes will be posted here:

This years projects are listed here.


If you are wondering what we will do in this course, here are some instructional videos:

More movies on my YouTube cannel.


Homepage of the Mathematical Image Group.


Address: Mathematical Imaging Group, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund university, Box 118 S-221 00 LUND, SWEDEN.
Phone:+46 46 222 85 65, Fax:+46 46 222 40 10
Publisher:
Carl Olsson, calle@maths.lth.se