This course is a practical introduction to biomedical
image processing using examples from various
branches of medical imaging. Topics include:
point operations, filtering in the image and Fourier
domains, image reconstruction in computed
tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, and
data analysis using image segmentation. Review of
linear-systems theory and the relevant principles
of physics. Course work uses examples from microscopy,
computed tomography, X-ray radiography,
and magnetic resonance imaging. Familiarity with a high-level
programming language is recommended.

Subject
Course Number
4201
Course Type
Standard
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Department(s)