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Course Name
Turkish Digital Image Processing
English Digital Image Processing
Course Code
GEO 313E Credit Lecture
Semester -
- 3 1 -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Esra Erten
Course Objectives In general, the aim of this course are to develop the students' skill and knowledge of the principles, equipment, and techniques utilized in digital image processing, to teach how to apply the basic processing methods such as pre-processing, thematic mapping etc., and enable them how to assess the results.
Course Description The course will cover and introduce the concepts, techniques and tools for digital image processing used in remote sensing to solve the issues in Geomatics engineering and environmental problems. The course primarily enables students to gain hands-on-experience in applying these tools to process the satellite images. Hence, the project assignments form a key component of this course.
Course Outcomes Analyses different information extraction techniques (visual and/or digital) from digital images.
Performs the basic digital image processing methods (i.e. pre-processing, image enhancement, image arithmetic and classification).
Applies radiometric correction techniques as a pre-processing step and arranges them for subsequent image processing steps.
Applies geometric correction techniques as a pre-processing step and arranges them for subsequent image processing steps.
Evaluates the image enhancement methods (point operations (linear and nonlinear contrast stretching, brightness modification, negation, etc.), local operations (spatial filtering, etc.), density slicing, noise removal, etc.).
Evaluates the methods used in image transformation (band arithmetic, masking, indexes etc.).
Evaluates the image classification process (pixel based methods, land use/cover concepts, thematic mapping, post-classification smoothing and accuracy assessment (sample number, sample design, error matrix, Kappa accuracy).
Performs a design, an application and an evaluation of a remote sensing project.
Required Facilities
Textbook • Digital Image Processing

• Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
http://www.ccrs.nrcan.gc.ca/ccrs/learn/tutorials/fundam/ download_e.html
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