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Computer Vision in Mianwali

Computer Vision Course Outline
I. Introduction to Computer Vision

Definition and scope of computer vision
Historical perspective and evolution
Applications in various domains (automotive, healthcare, robotics)
Image Formation and Representation

Digital image fundamentals (pixels, resolution)
Color models (RGB, HSV, grayscale)
Image sensors and camera models
II. Image Processing Basics
Image Enhancement

Image filtering techniques (smoothing, sharpening)
Histogram equalization and contrast enhancement
Noise reduction methods (median filter, Gaussian filter)
Image Transformations

Geometric transformations (translation, rotation, scaling)
Image registration and alignment techniques
Perspective transformation and homography
III. Feature Extraction and Description
Feature Detection

Point features (Harris corner detection, FAST)
Edge detection (Sobel, Canny)
Blob detection (Difference of Gaussians, Laplacian of Gaussian)
Feature Description

Local descriptors (SIFT, SURF, ORB)
Descriptor matching techniques (nearest neighbors, RANSAC)
Robust feature matching and outlier rejection
IV. Image Segmentation
Segmentation Techniques

Thresholding methods (global, adaptive)
Edge-based segmentation (gradient-based, active contours)
Region-based segmentation (watershed, region growing)
Advanced Segmentation

Graph-based segmentation (normalized cuts, mean-shift)
Clustering algorithms (K-means, DBSCAN) for segmentation
Evaluation metrics for segmentation algorithms
V. Object Detection and Recognition
Object Detection

Traditional methods (Haar cascades, HOG)
Modern deep learning approaches (YOLO, SSD, Faster R-CNN)
Evaluation metrics (precision, recall, mAP)
Object Recognition

Classification techniques (SVM, CNN)
Transfer learning and fine-tuning pretrained models
Applications in image classification and scene understanding
VI. Motion Analysis
Optical Flow

Optical flow algorithms (Lucas-Kanade, Horn-Schunck)
Applications in motion estimation and tracking
Dense vs sparse optical flow techniques
Video Analysis

Background subtraction and moving object detection
Action recognition and activity analysis
Video summarization and keyframe extraction
VII. 3D Computer Vision
Stereo Vision

Depth perception and disparity estimation
Stereo matching algorithms (block matching, dynamic programming)
Depth map refinement and occlusion handling
Structure from Motion

Camera calibration and 3D reconstruction
Bundle adjustment and scene reconstruction
Applications in augmented reality and virtual reality
VIII. Deep Learning for Computer Vision
Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs)

CNN architecture (LeNet, AlexNet, ResNet)
Object detection and image segmentation with CNNs
Transfer learning and domain adaptation
Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)

Overview of GAN architecture and training process
Applications in image synthesis and style transfer
Ethical considerations in deep learning for vision tasks
IX. Applications of Computer Vision
Medical Imaging

Automated diagnosis and medical image analysis
Radiology and pathology applications
Surgical robotics and assistive technologies
Autonomous Vehicles

Object detection and tracking for self-driving cars
Environmental perception and scene understanding
Safety and regulatory aspects in autonomous systems
X. Ethical and Social Implications
Ethical Considerations

Bias and fairness in computer vision systems
Privacy concerns and data security
Responsible AI and transparency in algorithms
Impact on Society

Healthcare and public health applications
Surveillance and privacy issues
Future trends in computer vision technologies
XI. Project Work and Practical Applications
Hands-on Projects
Implementation of computer vision algorithms and techniques
Development of applications (object detection, image classification)
Project presentation and evaluation
XII. Future Directions in Computer Vision
Emerging Technologies
Multimodal and cross-modal learning
Explainable AI and interpretability in computer vision
Continuous learning and adaptive systems
XIII. Conclusion and Career Perspectives
Summary of Key Concepts

Review of major topics covered in Computer Vision
Integration of theoretical knowledge and practical skills
Career pathways and opportunities in computer vision and AI
Continued Learning and Resources

Resources for further study and professional development
Importance of lifelong learning in the field of computer vision

Admission Open for this course
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