Prof. Dr. Christoph Biskup, Prof. Dr. Rainer Heintzmann, Sebastian Unger, Fengjiao Ma, Marta Maggioni
Lectures: Wednesday 10.15 a.m. - 11.45 a.m. (Lecture hall Humangenetik), lectures start on Oct 16th, 2019.
Exercise: Wednesday 13.00 p.m. - 14.30 p.m. (PC-Pool Alte Chirurgie)
Tutorial: Monday 16.00 p.m. - 18.00 p.m. (PC-Pool Alte Chirurgie) starting from Nov 4th, 2019.
Please note: There will be no tutorial on Monday, January 20th, 2020
The solutions of the exercises have to be returned by e-mail to the address () before the deadline announced in the work sheets and the schedule below (usually Tuesday 8.00 a.m. Central European Time (CET), not Samoa Standard Time (SST) ).
Solutions to programming tasks (i.e. MATLAB code) have to be submitted in one single “m-file”. Please, use the template which can be downloaded for each exercise from this webpage. Rename the template such that it contains your last name and the number of the week (e.g. MyName04.m)
Only the code attached to the email (and submitted on time) will be considered for the evaluation.
The code must be unique for each person. It will be considered as plagiarism, if two or more similar solutions are submitted.
Detailed rules for this module and the exercises can be downloaded here.
Vectors and arrays, array operations, matrix operations, indexing arrays, extracting single and multiple values from arrays, changing values in an array
b/w-images, RGB-images, importing and displaying images, simple array operations applied to images
Homework for next week:
Work through the steps 1-8 of the MATLAB Onramp tutorial available on the MATLAB website.
Buy a MATLAB student licence or find a place in one of the computer pools of the university where you can work regularly on the exercises. At the end of October you need to have access to MATLAB to solve the exercises.
* If your student ID is not mentioned in one of the lists, but if you believe that you have fulfilled all prerequisites to participate in the exam, please send an e-mail to Mention "Image Processing Exam" as subject in the header of your e-mail.