This course deals with the efficient coding of still image and video sequence and the international standards for transmission and storage of image information. Topics cover the representation of image signals, sampling, quantization, entropy coding, predictive coding, transform coding, subband coding, vector quantization, motion estimation, motion-compensated coding, segmentation-based coding, various international standards for bi-level image coding, still image coding and video coding.
This course explains how digital signal processing techniques can be applied in the field of speech communication. The initial part of the course covers some background material in signal processing and the acoustic theory of speech production. Later lectures cover coding, recognition, and synthesis of speech. (Prerequisite: EE202)
This course deals with the fundamental concept of digital image processing, analysis, and understanding. Topics include sampling, linear and nonlinear operations of images, image compression, enhancement and restoration, reconstruction from projections, feature extraction, and image understanding.