ECE 558 - Digital Imaging

Semesters Offered

Official Description

Multidimensional signals, convolution, transforms, sampling, and interpolation; design of two-dimensional digital filters; sensor array processing and range-doppler imaging; applications to synthetic aperture radar, optics, tomography, radio astronomy, and beam-forming sonar; image estimation from partial data. Course Information: Prerequisite: ECE 310 and ECE 313.

Prerequisites

Credit in ECE 310
Credit in ECE 313

Subject Area

Signal Processing

Course Directors

Description

Multidimensional signals, convolution, transforms, sampling, and interpolation; design of two-dimensional digital filters; sensor array processing and range-doppler imaging; applications to synthetic aperture radar, optics, tomography, radio astronomy, and beam-forming sonar; image estimation from partial data.

Topics

  • Multidimensional signal theory: multidimensional signals, convolution, transforms, sampling, and interpolation; design of two-dimensional digital filters; fast algorithms for multidimensional convolution, DFT, corner turning, Fourier transforms in optics and antennas
  • Sensor array processing and imaging: ambiguity function, range-Doppler radar, reconstruction of signals from projections, tomography, synthetic aperture radar, radio astronomy, beam forming sonar
  • Image estimation: image reconstruction from partial data; phase retrieval, deblurring

Detailed Description and Outline

Topics:

  • Multidimensional signal theory: multidimensional signals, convolution, transforms, sampling, and interpolation; design of two-dimensional digital filters; fast algorithms for multidimensional convolution, DFT, corner turning, Fourier transforms in optics and antennas
  • Sensor array processing and imaging: ambiguity function, range-Doppler radar, reconstruction of signals from projections, tomography, synthetic aperture radar, radio astronomy, beam forming sonar
  • Image estimation: image reconstruction from partial data; phase retrieval, deblurring

Texts

R. E. Blahut, "Theory of Remote Image Formation", Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Last updated

9/22/2014