There is some redundancy in the course material: The Videos below are pre-recorded compressed versions of the in-person lectures, which are also recorded on Panopto. However, the notes are the official reference material for the course.

The slides used in class are similar but not identical to those used in the topic videos. They are provided only for convenience below. They are not required reading. Slides should not be used as your main study materials as they are merely lecture props. They are not meant to convey concepts or material by themselves, and are not self-explanatory.

You may want to get a head start on homework 0, on prerequisites, available on the homework page.

Topic Notes Slides Videos HW Due
0 Course Content and Logistics s_0 Jan 13
1 Correlation, Convolution, Filtering n_01 s_01 v_01 Jan 20
2 Image Differentiation and Pyramids n_02 s_02 v_02 Jan 27
3 Numerical Function Optimization n_03 s_03 v_03 Feb 10
4 Deep Learning Basics n_04 s_04 v_04
5 Backprop, Networks for Recognition n_05 s_05 v_05 Feb 17
6 Linear Algebra Refresher n_06 s_06 v_06 Mar 3
February 24: Midterm Exam on topics 1-5 (not 6)
7 Image Motion and Window Tracking n_07 s_07 v_07 Mar 24
8 Networks for Flow and Segmentation n_08 s_08 v_08
9 Rigid Transformations, Pinhole Camera n_09 s_09 v_09 Mar 31
10 Epipolar Geometry, 8-Point Algorithm n_10 s_10 v_10 Apr 7
11 Real Cameras and their Calibration n_11 s_11 v_11
12 Closing Thoughts s_12

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