HS15: Multimedia Systems (BINF31bb, part of BINF3101)
|Lecturer:||Prof. Dr. Renato Pajarola|
|Time:||Lecture: Thursday 14-15:45, Exercises: Monday 16-18|
|Room:||Binzmühlestrasse: BIN TBA, (BIN 0.B.04 Exercises)|
|Exercises:||The exercises are biweekly and start in the 2nd semester week (on Monday, 21.09.).|
|OLAT:||Olat course link|
|Course Catalogue:||Catalogue course link|
Interactive visual data processing is central to the modern day information technology world. In this lecture the basic concepts of multimedia data -- such aus audio, image, video and 3D graphics -- representation, processing and display will be presented. Furthermore, the fundamental principles of interactive data visualization will be introduced. Lectures include theoretical concepts and additional practical exercises.
The lecture is targeted to students with an assessment level BSc in computer science or similar basic knowledge of computer science, programming, data structures and algorithms. It is recommended for the BSc students in the 5th or possibly 3rd semester.
Foundations of multimedia data representation and processing such as digital signal representation, color theory, image and video processing, as well as data visualization. A topic overview and corresponding relevant literature is given in this document:
- Sampling and Digitalization
- Audio, Color and Image Representation
- Image Processing
- 3D Graphics
- Interactive Data Visualization
- Interactive Data Visualization: Foundations, Techniques and Aplications by Ward, Grinstein and Keim, 2010, AK Peters.
- Digital Image Processing by Gonzales and Woods, 2001, Prentice Hall.
- Mathematical Principles for Scientific Computing and Visualization by Farin and Hansford, 2008, AK Peters.
- Fundamentals of Multimedia by Li and Drew, 2004, Pearson Prentice Hall, ISBN 013127256X.
- Learning Processing: A Beginner's Guide to Programming Images, Animation, and Interaction, 2008, Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Graphics, ISBN 0123736021.
- Getting Started with Processing, 2010, Maker Media Inc., ISBN 144937980X.
As a standing homework assignment you are expected to review the corresponding book chapters after the lectures.
As a standing homework assignment you are expected to read the corresponding book chapters before the lectures and to review the material thoroughly after the lectures covering them.
To take part in the final written exam, students must have completed a minimum number of homework assignments. The programming projects must be submitted in the appropriate compatible source code as indicated in the exercise requirements (that compiles and run under Linux/Mac OS X) to the assistant leading the exercises.
The lecture will be completed with a written exam at the end of the semester. The exam is scheduled according to the standard UZH/OEC/IFI regulations. See also the course catalogue link at the top of the page.
Lecture outline, Exercises and Documentation
(tentative schedule - subject to changes)
|Week 1||Sampling||All slides and exercises can be found on OLAT.|
|Week 6||Image Processing|
|Week 9||3D Graphics|
|Week 10||Data Visualization|
- Processing Developement Environment (PDE) homepage.