32210 Computer Vision and Image Processing
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Credit points: 6 cp
PostgraduateResult type: Grade and marks
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Recommended studies: Experience in developing programs in the C programming language
Computer vision is a widespread discipline playing a relevant role in fields such as multimedia, robotics, automated industrial inspection, visual surveillance and medicine. This subject aims to give students the ability to understand how a computer can emulate vision functions. It also enables students to design and implement computer vision and image processing applications.