Assignments:The assignment page is at this link.
There will be a final project worth 25% of your final grade. The project should be done in teams of 2-3. Projects must involve MACHINE LEARNING, but otherwise are up to you to define. The project page is here.
Late Homework Policy:
Each assignment will have a regular due date and a late due date (2 days later). Late homework will be accepted up until the late deadline, but with 10% off per day. For example, if the late deadline is 2 days past the regular due date and you hand in the assignment one day late, you lose 10% and if two days late, you lose 20%. Each student gets one "free" late day for the whole quarter.
Lecture Notes:Slides are a mishmash of lots of other people's work. Special thanks to: Rob Fergus, Joseph Redmon, Harvey Rhody, Steve Seitz, Rick Szeliski, Ali Farhadi, Robert Collins, Ricardo Martin Brualla.
|Date||Lecture Notes in PPT||Lecture Notes in PDF||Readings|
|April 4||Color and Texture; ink||Color and Texture||Joe Redmon's Color Lecture; Shapiro & Stockman Ch 6-7|
|April 6||Resizing; ink||Resizing||None|
|April 11||Filtering; ink||Filtering|| Shapiro & Stockman 5.4-5.5,
Szeliski 3.2, 3.3.1, Morphological operations
|April 13||Edges and Lines; ink||Edges and Lines|| Shapiro & Stockman 5.6-8 and 10.3.4,
|April 18||Interest Operators; ink||Interest Operators||Szeliski 4.1.1, Harris Paper, SIFT paper|
|April 20||Describe and Match; ink||Describe and Match||Szeliski 4.1.2-4.1.3, SIFT paper|
|April 25||Matching and Blending||Matching and Blending||Szeliski 6.1|
|April 27||CBIR and EM; ink||CBIR and EM||S&S Ch 8; Yi's EM Classifier Paper|
|May 2||Learning 1; Kadir and Fergus; ink||Learning 1; Kadir and Fergus||Related to S&S Ch 4; Kadir paper; Fergus paper|
|May 4||SVMs and Neural Nets; ink;||SVMs and Neural Nets||Related to S & S Ch 4 and Szeliski (2nd edition) Ch 5|
|May 9||Guest Lecture Robert Fisher||The TrimBot2020 gardening robot|
|May 11||Object Recognition; ink||Object Recognition||Girshick Paper; Redmon's YOLO Paper|
|May 16||CNN Basics; GANs||CNN Basics; GANs||PyTorch Tutorial|
|May 18||CNN Applications||Saygin's talk; Meredith's talk|
|May 23||Motion; ink||Motion||Szeliski 8.4-8.5, S&S 9.3.4-6, Pyramid Paper; Ming Ye's paper; Motion Layers Paper|
|May 25||Stereo and 3D; ink||Stereo and 3D||Shapiro and Stockman Chs 12-13|
|May 30||NO CLASS||Memorial Day|
|June 1||NO CLASS||Work on your projects.|
|June 6 at 2:30pm||PROJECT PRESENTATIONS|
Course Administration and Policies
- Collaboration is encouraged! Feel free to discuss howemork and class material with other students. However, make sure you understand the concepts. Each student will complete and submit their own work. Do not directly or indirectly copy other students' work.
- If you are working together or helping another student, work on teaching them concepts and answering general questions, not directly telling them what code to write. You're all smart; you should understand the line between productive collaboration and giving someone answers.
- It is the policy and practice of the University of Washington to create inclusive and accessible learning environments consistent with federal and state law. If you have already established accommodations with Disability Resources for Students (DRS), activate your accommodations via myDRS so we can discuss how they will be implemented in this course. If you have a temporary health condition or permanent disability that requires accommodations, contact DRS directly to set up an Access Plan.
- Washington state law requires that UW develop a policy for accommodation of student absences or significant hardship due to reasons of faith or conscience, or for organized religious activities. The UW’s policy, including more information about how to request an accommodation, is available at Religious Accommodations Policy. Accommodations must be requested within the first two weeks of this course using the Religious Accommodations Request form.