Image and signal processing apllications and processing (astrophysical and geophysical sciences - WPMTISP7
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Number of hours
Lectures : 12.0
Tutorials : 6.0
ECTS : 2.0
This course presents advanced numerical methods and algorithms for the restoration/analysis of planetary and astrophysical data. It is not intended as a comprehensive courses on the discipline but as the presentation of some key techniques. It is intended to convey a multi-disciplinary view of the image exploitation problem in astrophysics.
Part I : in-orbit remote sensing of planets Introduction : optical sensors for planetary exploration, correcting artifacts on images and spectra using linear transforms : quality improvement, statistical inference (SIR) and bayesian methods for inverting physical models applied to analysing images, optimisation problems for generating digital elevation models.
Part II : telescopic imagery of the Universe Image formation in astronomy, High contrast imaging, Aperture synthesis imaging, image reconstruction.
Basics of linear transforms (PCA), optimization/estimation methods, and Bayesian inference.