This scientific field studies how computers can be used to automatically understand and interpret visual imagery. It aims to mimic the astounding capabilities of the human visual cortex using machine vision algorithms. It studies how an image is created, the geometry of the 3D world, and high-level tasks such as object recognition, object detection, and tracking, image segmentation, and action recognition. Computer vision has important applications in augmented/virtual reality, autonomous cars, service robots, biometrics and forensics, remote sensing, and security and surveillance.
This specialization presents the first comprehensive treatment of the foundations of computer vision. It focuses on the mathematical and physical underpinnings of vision and has been designed for learners, practitioners, and researchers who have little or no knowledge of computer vision.
AUX, an extension of the prestigious Acacia University, USA, has initiated various programs in partnership with Airtics Education. The wide range of programs aims to upskill millions of students in trending technologies through a blend of theoretical and hands-on knowledge and are taught by leading academicians.
Upon completion of these programs, you will receive an Advanced Certification from AUX.
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Topics Covered: Python Libraries, Machine Learning, Artificial Neural Networks, Image Processing and OpenCV, Convolutional Neural Networks, Object Detection Techniques
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We use sampling and Quantization to convert analog images to digital images. An image has two things.
Digitizing of coordinates is called Sampling. That is, converting the coordinates of the analog images to the digital images.
Digitizing of Amplitude or Intensity is called Quantization. That is converting the Amplitude or Intensity of an analog image to a digital image.