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Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing

(Elective Subject)

Course Code: 10B1WEC734 Semester: 7th Semester, B.Tech(ECE)

Credits: 3 Contact Hours: L-3,T-0,P-0

COURSE OBJECTIVES
Major Learning Objectives are:

 describe and explain basic principles of digital image processing;
 design and implement algorithms that perform basic image processing (e.g., noise
removal and image enhancement);
 design and implement algorithms for advanced image analysis (e.g., image compression,
image segmentation);
 Assess the performance of image processing algorithms and systems.

COURSE OUTCOMES

Students who complete this course will be able to:

 Analyze general terminology of digital image processing.
 Examine various types of images, intensity transformations and spatial filtering.
 Develop Fourier transform for image processing in frequency domain.
 Evaluate the methodologies for image segmentation, restoration etc.
 Implement image process and analysis algorithms.
 Apply image processing algorithms in practical applications.

EVALUATION SCHEME

Internal Assessment Breakup
Mid Term 35
Assignment 5
End Term 45
Class Response 5
Internal Assessment 25
Attendance 5
Total 100
Quiz 10

Total 25

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