Thursday, August 2, 2012

Image Processing Fundamentals

Here's a little blurb on what I'll be presenting at this year's LEVA Conference in San Diego:

Image Processing Fundamentals

Our juries are becoming more sophisticated. They're demanding deeper responses and better explanations to questions about your clarification techniques. Part of your testimony (telling your story) now involves framing the science of your analysis in a way that your jury can understand. Who are Joseph Fourier and Carl Friedrich Gauss? What do they have to do with your work as an analyst?

In this session, we move beyond workflows and checklists and enlist the help of some of the legends of mathematics to focus on the science that lies beneath the surface of the filters that we use every day.

I hope to see you all there.

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