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 ====== Mathematical Methods of Image and Pattern Analysis ====== ====== Mathematical Methods of Image and Pattern Analysis ======
  
-**<color #​ed1c24>​Please ask any questions that might be of general interest in the feedback forum instead of by mail.</​color>​**+**<color #​ed1c24>​Please ask any questions that might be of general interest in the [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​mod/​forum/​view.php?​id=25764|feedback forum]] instead of by mail.</​color>​**
  
-===== General Information ===== 
  
 +**Please go to [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​course/​view.php?​id=1942|Moodle]] for further information and the teaching material.**
  
   * **Lectures:​** [[:​people|Prof. Christoph Schnörr]]   * **Lectures:​** [[:​people|Prof. Christoph Schnörr]]
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       * Short videos that explain each subtopic from a top-down viewpoint. This is not a replacement for reading the lecture notes.       * Short videos that explain each subtopic from a top-down viewpoint. This is not a replacement for reading the lecture notes.
       * Exercise sheets you work on your own and compare with our solution videos       * Exercise sheets you work on your own and compare with our solution videos
-      * Coming soon: Mulitple Choice tests+      * Mulitple Choice tests
       * A [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​mod/​forum/​view.php?​id=25764|feedback forum in Moodle]] where students can give feedback and ask questions.       * A [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​mod/​forum/​view.php?​id=25764|feedback forum in Moodle]] where students can give feedback and ask questions.
       * No meeting in HeiConf, etc.       * No meeting in HeiConf, etc.
-      * No in-person lecture ​(at least at the beginning of the semester)+      * No in-person lecture
   * **Language:​** English   * **Language:​** English
   * **SWS:** 4   * **SWS:** 4
   * **ECTS:** 6   * **ECTS:** 6
   * **Lecture Id:** MM35, Spezialisierungsmodul Numerik und Optimierung   * **Lecture Id:** MM35, Spezialisierungsmodul Numerik und Optimierung
 +  * **Supplementary Practical:​** For doing Programming Exercises in May, June and July you get two extra credits (this might depend on your field of study.)
   * **Registration:​** Please register in [[https://​muesli.mathi.uni-heidelberg.de/​lecture/​view/​1179|Müsli]] and [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​course/​view.php?​id=1942|Moodle]] (you do not need an enrollment key).   * **Registration:​** Please register in [[https://​muesli.mathi.uni-heidelberg.de/​lecture/​view/​1179|Müsli]] and [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​course/​view.php?​id=1942|Moodle]] (you do not need an enrollment key).
-  * **Password:​** At the beginning of the semester, we will send the password to all registered students. 
   * **Feedback:​** We have a [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​mod/​forum/​view.php?​id=25764|feedback forum in Moodle]] for all questions related to the mathematical content and the organization of the course.   * **Feedback:​** We have a [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​mod/​forum/​view.php?​id=25764|feedback forum in Moodle]] for all questions related to the mathematical content and the organization of the course.
-  * **Exam:** More information will be announced later. 
   * **Prior Knowledge:​** Required: Lineare Algebra and Analysis, Recommended:​ Convex and Nonlinear Optimization   * **Prior Knowledge:​** Required: Lineare Algebra and Analysis, Recommended:​ Convex and Nonlinear Optimization
 +  * **Content:​** Discrete and Continuous Fourier Transformations,​ FIR Filter, Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces, Markov Random Fields, Gaussian Markov Random Fields, Exponential Family, Elementary Differential Geometry
  
-===== Content ===== 
-See "​Introduction"​ video on Moodle. 
  
- 
-===== Supplementary Practical ===== 
-We offer a supplementary practical for this course. 
-This means: You do more and get two more credit points for the course. 
-In our case, this "​more"​ will consist of three programming tasks 
-you have to solve during the months May, June and July. 
-More information on this will follow with the first programming task later. 
- 
-Fine Print: Please check the module manual of your field of studies 
-whether you can use this supplementary practical for your goal of 
-studies. 
-We can not guarantee this as there are way too many different 
-regulations for the different fields of study. 
-Even if you can not use the supplementary practical, we think these 
-programming exercises are very valuable. ​ 
- 
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-===== Programming Exercises ===== 
-For the programming exercises we recommend Mathematica or Python. 
- 
-==== Mathematica ==== 
-You can use Mathematica free of charge in your browser using the 
-[[https://​www.wolfram.com/​programming-lab/​|Wolfram Programming Lab]]. 
-By creating a (free) Wolfram account you can also save your notebooks. 
- 
-According to [[https://​www.wolfram.com/​covid-19-resources/​|Wolfram'​s COVID-19 Page]] 
-Wolfram offers free licenses until August 15th for online education. 
-We have not tried this, but you might want to give it a go. 
- 
-==== Python ==== 
-We recommend installing the [[https://​www.anaconda.com/​|Anaconda Distribution]]. 
- 
-===== Teaching Material ===== 
-We plan to put the videos, the lecture notes and the exercise sheets on [[https://​moodle.uni-heidelberg.de/​course/​view.php?​id=1942|Moodle]].