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Ways of using image data

An overview of what image analysis is, and how it differs from image processing and computer vision. Presented by Professor Tony Pridmore.

Images are a great way of capturing data from the world around us for later use. Image analysis seeks to formalise that process and quantify that data in some way, depending on how you want to use it.

This video discusses that basic idea in more detail. After watching it you should have a better understanding of what image analysis is, and how it differs from the related fields of image processing and computer vision.

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