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CS 544 - Optimiz in Computer Vision

Last offered Spring 2024

Official Description

Applications of continuous and discrete optimization to problems in computer vision and machine learning, with particular emphasis on large-scale algorithms and effective approximations: gradient-based learning; Newton's method and variants, applied to structure from motion problems; the augmented Lagrangian method and variants; interior-point methods; SMO and other specialized algorithms for support vector machines; flows and cuts as examples of primal-dual methods; dynamics programming, hidden Markov models, and parsing: 0-1 quadratic forms, max-cut, and Markov random-fields solutions. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: One of CS 450, CSE 401, ECE 491, or MATH 450; one of CS 473, CSE 414 or MATH 473.

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Optimiz in Computer VisionCV57440LCD41230 - 1345 T R  0216 Siebel Center for Comp Sci  David Forsyth