EE368c - Advanced Topics in Image, Video, and Multimedia Systems
3 units, Winter 2000-2001, TTh 4:15-5:30, Classroom TCseq103
This advanced class targets students interested to carry out research
in the area. Lectures on selected advanced topics, given by instructor,
staff, and invited speakers from industry and academia. Emphasis on systems
aspects. Topics covered depend on students' interest. Relevant topics include,
but are not limited to:
Media server architectures
Audio and video streaming over the Internet
Watermarking and authentication of multimedia documents
Synthetic-natural hybrid coding
Vision and graphics techniques for image communication
Networked video and graphics applications.
Students pick a topic for a small research project at
the start of the quarter. Project groups are encouraged. Each group is
expected to present twice: 1. Background and project proposal after 3-4
weeks. 2. Project results at quarter end. We will support travel for
a conference presentation of outstanding project(s).
Prerequisites: EE261, EE278; EE368B recommended.
Please contact Markus Flierl if
you have any questions about this page. Last modified: Jan 30, 2001