A solution to one of the programming problems in the 2007 ACM Programming contest. This is NOT a solution from the contest itself. Rather, Don Braun, a computer scientist at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland Ohio, programmed a solution in C. It is heavily commented and serves as an example to young people of how programming is done in the real world.
Some programming problems from a contest at the University at Waterloo. Interesting problems !
Image Processing for Teachers article http://www.springerlink.com/content/q083376005n81473/
Very good lecture!!
GIMP is a fun, though complex, tool for students to use to learn about image processing. Here are some good tutorials:
Tweb site for The Imperial Oil Summer Institute for Teachers of Computer Studies. This is the seventh year the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo and the Association for Computer Studies Educators (ACSE) have collaborated on a Summer Institute for Computer Studies educators and the fourth of five years of funding by the Imperial Oil Foundation.
Thirty educators met from August 15-19, 2006 for four days of intensive professional development in Computer and Information Science and Computer Engineering. The number of participants this year was significantly lower than previous years, however the enthusiasm level and the amount of learning that was present during this year’s Summer Institute was fantastic. Based upon our experience and feedback from previous Summer Institutes we have been able to improve the conference each year. This year we ran up to three parallel sessions designed for CS and CE teachers, both new and experienced. This would not be possible without wonderful presenters coming from the ranks of retired high school teachers, current high school teachers, and faculty members and graduate students from the University of Waterloo.
A nicely done image processing exercise but it might require too much anatomy to be practical.
Slides from William Bajjali, Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
These slides need a lot of editing but the ideas for exercises are good.
A nice but advanced set of slides from Prof. Charlene Tsai from the National Chung Cheng University in Taiwan. In particular, the slides show nice applications of image processing.