The course is officially held in English.
Lectures start on Monday, 5th of October 2020 at 9:15 in PR20 (so one hour later than we will usually start). After that lectures will start at 8.30 and will be structured in 3x40 minutes with 15-minute breaks. Laboratory exercises will start one week after the lectures.
Laboratory exercises include six separate exercises, for each you have about two weeks' time. The result of each exercise is a source code that is submitted on Učilnica and presented in the classroom to the assistant. Defending each exercise is only possible during the designated deadline week for that exercise (see introductory slides for laboratory exercises). To pass the practical part of the course you have to successfully present all six exercises. This is a requirement to attend the exam. In case you cannot present your work during the designated week you can do it one week later with a penalty factor of 0.75. In rare cases where you cannot present even then (long illness, vacation, etc.) you can present the work for a single exercise at the end of the semester (the Joker week). It is also important that you present your work only during the laboratory cycle that you have been assigned to. Laboratory exercises are done in Python (IPython and Jupyter).
- Lecture slides
- Lecture notes
- Ze-Nian Li and Mark S. Drew, "Fundamentals of Multimedia", Pearson. 2004.
- C. D. Manning, P. Raghavan, H. Schütze, "Introduction to Information Retrieval", Cambridge University Press. 2008. accessible here: http://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/
- Richard Szeliski,"Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications", accessible here: http://szeliski.org/Book/.
- Bimbo, del, A. "Visual Information Retrieval", Morgan Kauffman, 1999