The aim of the course is to obtain skills for programming and numerical calculation with an emphasis on textile and graphics problems. Postgraduate students acquire knowledge of programming by using mathematical programming tools, which is essential in analysing signals and processing digital images. In the first part, the lectures for programming include an introduction to programming languages, introduction to mathematical programming (Matlab, Mathematica) and work with vectors, graphs, functions and symbolic programming. In the second part, the lectures for numerical methods include equations and systems of equations, differentiation, integration, approximation, interpolation, FFT and wavelet transformation. Work with tools for digital data processing and digital image acquisition as well as some samples in textile and graphics research.
Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)
|Teacher||Alojz Suhadolnik (coordinator)|
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