Chapter 9: Image Visualization
Prerequisites: These exercises do require a good understanding of the image manipulation techniques presented in Chapter 9 (basic segmentation, simple image processing operations, and advanced descriptors such as distance transforms and skeletons). The exercises require only a minimal calculus background, minimal computational geometry knowledge, and no programming knowledge.
Aims: The provided exercises are intended to test that the student understands the aims, scope, way of working, and limit cases of the image manipulation techniques listed above. A second aim is to test whether the students understand, at a conceptual level, how to extend and/or combine such basic techniques to create more advanced image manipulation techniques. Testing the students' knowledge of in-depth implementation details of the techniques presented in Chapter 9 is not an aim for these exercises.