Image Understanding - Final Script SS2017 (bibtex)
by Birkner Tamás, Chen Wen Chao, Koszticsák Rebeka, Mai Alexandra, Melan Robin, Pucher Daniel, Winkler Andreas
Abstract:
Image Understanding was first organized in form of an ”‘inverted classroom”’ in the aca- demic year 2015/16. The feedback from the students was very positive. Also for the teacher this type of lecture was an extremely positive experience. It was very motivating to see how active all participants contributed to the topics of their choice in Image Understanding and how much they increased their knowledge about the subject, which was clearly visible in the respective discussions after their lecture unit. Beyond the specific topics of image understanding the participants exercised many activities that are essential for their future profession: literature research, to study a selected topic and to bring the material in a pedagogical format to be communicated and discussed with the other students. Finally each participant summarized his topic, played the role of an opponent for another topic and documented the results of the discussion of a third topic. The task of the opponent was to study the subject that was presented by another student and to initiate the dis- cussion by several critical views and questions related to the subject. This script contains the summaries and discussion reports. We thank all contributors for their work in this collection.
Reference:
Image Understanding - Final Script SS2017 (Birkner Tamás, Chen Wen Chao, Koszticsák Rebeka, Mai Alexandra, Melan Robin, Pucher Daniel, Winkler Andreas), (Walter G. Kropatsch, ed.), Technical report, PRIP, TU Wien, 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@TechReport{TR140,
  author =	 "Birkner Tamás and Chen Wen Chao and Koszticsák Rebeka and Mai Alexandra and
Melan Robin and Pucher Daniel and Winkler Andreas",
  editor = "Walter G. Kropatsch",
  title =	 "Image Understanding - Final Script SS2017",
  institution =	 "PRIP, TU Wien",
  number =	 "PRIP-TR-140",
  year =	 "2017",
  url =		 "ftp://ftp.prip.tuwien.ac.at/pub/publications/trs/tr140.pdf",
  abstract =	 "Image Understanding was first organized in form of an ”‘inverted classroom”’ in the aca-
demic year 2015/16. The feedback from the students was very positive. Also for the teacher
this type of lecture was an extremely positive experience. It was very motivating to see
how active all participants contributed to the topics of their choice in Image Understanding
and how much they increased their knowledge about the subject, which was clearly visible
in the respective discussions after their lecture unit. Beyond the specific topics of image
understanding the participants exercised many activities that are essential for their future
profession: literature research, to study a selected topic and to bring the material in a
pedagogical format to be communicated and discussed with the other students. Finally
each participant summarized his topic, played the role of an opponent for another topic
and documented the results of the discussion of a third topic. The task of the opponent
was to study the subject that was presented by another student and to initiate the dis-
cussion by several critical views and questions related to the subject. This script contains
the summaries and discussion reports. We thank all contributors for their work in this
collection.",
}
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