The written examination will be offered at three occations per teaching year. The dates for the written examination can be found in the examination schedule.
The written examination has three parts, one for each of the course aims that are described in the course syllabus.
- Part I, Standard image sensors, including IR: lectures A, B, and C, computer exercises 1) and 4)
- Part II, Geometry and multiple view: lectures D, E, F, computer exercises 2), 3), and 5)
- Part III, Non-standard cameras: lectures G, H, I, J, computer exercises 6), 7)
In order to pass the written examination it is necessary to achieve a certain level of result in each of the three parts as well as an overall result.
Old examinations with guides to answers can be found here:
Note from 2018:
Stereo is not included in the course any longer. This includes epipolar geometry, the fundamental matrix, the 8-point algorithm, image rectification, reconstruction from stereo images.
Note from 2019:
Computed Tomography (CT) is not included in the course any longer. This includes the projection theorem, sinogram, ramp-filter, backprojection
Last updated: 2022-10-28