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First Principles of Computer Vision

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Master the First Principles of Computer Vision

This specialization presents the first comprehensive treatment of the foundations of computer vision. It focuses on the mathematical and physical underpinnings of vision and has been designed for learners, practitioners and researchers who have little or no knowledge of computer vision. The program includes a series of 5 courses. Any learner who completes this specialization has the potential to build a successful career in computer vision, a thriving field that is expected to increase in importance in the coming decades.

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From Columbia University via Coursera
Hours 165
Instructor Shree Nayar
Language English
Subjects Programming

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Computer Vision Specialist $74k

Computer Vision - Engineer $76k

Computer Vision Engineer (SME) $78k

Computer Vision & 3D Perception $84k

Computer Vision Software Developer $84k

Sensors & Computer Vision Engineer $85k

Computer Scientist, Vision & Learning $88k

Computer Vision R&D Scientist $98k

Computer Vision Algorithms Engineer $100k

Applied Scientist, Computer Vision $156k

Research Scientist, Computer Vision $163k

Senior Computer Vision Scientist $187k

Courses in this Specialization

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Camera and Imaging

This course covers the fundamentals of imaging – the creation of an image that is ready for consumption or processing by a human or a machine. Imaging has a long history, spanning...

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Jan
31

Features and Boundaries

This course focuses on the detection of features and boundaries in images. Feature and boundary detection is a critical preprocessing step for a variety of vision tasks including...

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Jan
31

3D Reconstruction - Single Viewpoint

This course focuses on the recovery of the 3D structure of a scene from its 2D images. In particular, we are interested in the 3D reconstruction of a rigid scene from images taken...

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Jan
31

3D Reconstruction - Multiple Viewpoints

This course focuses on the recovery of the 3D structure of a scene from images taken from different viewpoints. We start by first building a comprehensive geometric model of a...

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Visual Perception

The ultimate goal of a computer vision system is to generate a detailed symbolic description of each image shown. This course focuses on the all-important problem of perception....

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From Columbia University via Coursera
Hours 165
Instructor Shree Nayar
Language English
Subjects Programming

Careers

An overview of related careers and their average salaries in the US. Bars indicate income percentile (33rd - 99th).

Computer Vision Specialist $74k

Computer Vision - Engineer $76k

Computer Vision Engineer (SME) $78k

Computer Vision & 3D Perception $84k

Computer Vision Software Developer $84k

Sensors & Computer Vision Engineer $85k

Computer Scientist, Vision & Learning $88k

Computer Vision R&D Scientist $98k

Computer Vision Algorithms Engineer $100k

Applied Scientist, Computer Vision $156k

Research Scientist, Computer Vision $163k

Senior Computer Vision Scientist $187k

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