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Advanced Topics in Coding

Code 11525
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)
Scientific area Informatics
Entry requirements None.
Learning outcomes The main objective of this course is to make students know the basic principles of a coding system so that they are able to propose new solutions adapted to the new imaging modalities.
In this course it is intended that the student is able to:
Explain the basic coding techniques.
Know the limits of human perception that affect the choices about digital representation.
Design an encoder for the new imaging modalities.
Know and use objective and subjective quality assessment methods.
Syllabus The source coding.
The basic principles.
The various types of existing methods.
New imaging modalities and their implications on existing coding methods.
Objective and subjective quality assessment methods.
Main Bibliography F Pereira, E Silva, G Lafruit, Image and Video Processing and Analysis and Computer Vision, 2018, Pages 75-111.
M Pereira, A Pinheiro. JPEG XT verification tests by UBI, Portugal. ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1 N6590, (ITU-T SG16), Coding of Still Pictures, 2014.
A Pinheiro, K Fliegel, P Korshunov, L Krasula, M Bernardo, M Pereira, T Ebrahimi, Performance evaluation of JPEG XT image compression, 67th meeting of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1, France 2014.
P Hanhart, M Bernardo, P Korshunov, M Pereira, A Pinheiro, and T Ebrahimi, HDR image compression: a new challenge for objective quality metrics, 67th meeting of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 1, France 2014.
JPEG Pleno Holography - Draft Overview of Holography
Factors Influencing Quality of Experience. U Reiter [...] M Pereira, A Pinheiro, J You, A Zgank, 2014, pg 45-60;
Qualinet White paper on Definitions of Quality of Experience. K Brunnström, M Pereira, A Pinheiro [......], edited by P Le Callet, Se Möller and A Perkis, 2013; EU COST action 1003 QUAL
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Teaching-learning activities are based on tutorials that allow supervised learning.
These tutorials essentially serve to verify what has been learned, clarify doubts, explain concepts, and indicate directions of work and research.
The assessment is based on:
- Presentations made during the semester.
- Project.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-03-24

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