EE862 Multimedia (Digital Video Processing)

(2017-18, Winter Term 2)

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Announcements

  • Welcome to EE862! The first day of class will be on Jan 11, 2017, Thursday at 2.30pm. Room ENG 2B51.
  • Research paper presentation: Feb 16 & 17, 2017
  • Project presentation: April 5 & 6, 2017
  • Final project report: April 6, 2017 (TBD)
  • Final exam: April 7, 2017, 9am, ENG 2C01

 

Course Info

  • Course outline can be downloaded from here.
  • The class meets in ENG 2B51 from 2.30pm - 5.20pm on Thursday.

 

Suggested Books

         Digital Image Processing, Gonzalez & Woods, 3E, ISBN: 978-0201508031

         Digital Video Processing, by A. Murat Tekalp, ISBN: 978-0131900752

         Fundamentals of Multimedia, by Ze-Nian Li and Mark S Drew, ISBN-13:  9780130618726

         Visit "Other Info" section for more information and helpful resources

 

Instructor

Professor

Dr. Khan A. Wahid, P.Eng

Office Location

Engineering Building, 3B54

Contact Information

Tel: 966-5474, Email: khan.wahid[_at_]usask.ca

Web Site

http://www.ece.usask.ca/eceresearch/faculty/kaw171/

 

 

Plagiarism and Academic Dishonesty

Plagiarism is defined as per the UofS calendar: “the presentation of the work or idea of another in such a way as to give others the impression that it is the work or idea of the presenter. Examples of plagiarism are: (i) The use of material received or purchased from another person or prepared by any person other than the individual claiming to be the author. [It is not plagiarism to use work developed in the context of a group exercise (and described as such in the text) if the mode and extent of the use does not deviate from that which is specifically authorized]. (ii) The verbatim use of oral or written material without adequate attribution. (iii) The paraphrasing of oral or written material of other persons without adequate attribution.”

If the student is judged guilty of the offense, a penalty will be applied. For help with interpreting plagiarism and other academic dishonesty rules, see the Academic Honesty website: (www.usask.ca/university_secretary/honesty/index.php).

More on plagiarism can be found here:

http://www.usask.ca/university_secretary/pdf/dishonesty_info_sheet.pdf

www.winthrop.edu/wcenter/handoutsandlinks/plagiar.htm

www.hamilton.edu/writing/sources.html

www.commerce.usask.ca/classes/2006Term2/comm100/academichonesty.html

 

Special Need

Students with special needs are encouraged to discuss their needs with the instructor and to avail themselves to the services of the office of Disability Services for Students (DSS) at 966-7273 (fax: 966-1170; website: www.students.usask.ca/disability).

In case of any medical emergencies, fire alarm, and intrusion alarms on campus please contact Campus Security at 966-5555, 24 hours a day, seven days a week (www.usask.ca/security/pathowto.html). Campus Security may also be called for lockouts or Safewalks.

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