Lecture: 2 SWS
Time and Place: Monday at 8:15 to 9:45, CAP3 - lecture hall 1
Exercises: 2 SWS
Time and Place: Monday at 10:00 to 11:30, CAP3 - lecture hall 1
The topic of the lecture will be the basics of human audiovisual perception and applications in coding and compression of audiovisual data.
Topics are among others:
- Human audiovisual perception.
- Digital signal processing for audio and video signals.
- Compression techniques for audiovisual data such as JPEG and MPEG.
The exercises will focus on JAVA-programming. The first part will be a comprehensive JAVA course. In the second half the acquired knowledge about JAVA will be used for the programming of a simplified JPEG algorithm.
The exercises have to be done in groups of two. Using a laptop would be best so questions concerning programming can be discussed in the exercise lessons more easily.
- To be announced during lecture.
- D. Flanagan, Java in a Nutshell, 4th edition, O'Reilly & Associates, 2002 (or newer)
- B. Eckel, Thinking in Java, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, 2004 (free online)
- G. Krüger, Handbuch der ))Java-Programmierung, 4th edition,?Addison-Wesley((, Sep. 2004 (german - free online)