Courses

Fall 2016

Computational Approaches to Human Vision (Seminar)

, 3 pts, UN3270

COMPUT APPROACHES-HUMAN VISION

Prerequisites: some background in psychology and/or neurophysiology (e.g., PSYC W1001, PSYC W1010, PSYC W2230, PSYC W2450; BIOL W3004 or BIOL W3005) is desirable. See instructor if you have questions about your background. Some background in mathematics and computer science (e.g., calculus or linear algebra, a programming language) is highly recommended.

Study of human vision--both behavioral and physiological data--within a framework of computational and mathematical descriptions. Please contact Prof. Graham by e-mail (nvg1@columbia.edu) if you are interested in this course.

Section Number
001
Call Number
20951
Instructor
Norma V Graham