Computational Imaging with the Julia Language
Files related to Jeff Fessler's tutorial presentation
2019 IMA Workshop on Computational Imaging
Julia is a relatively new programming language
that combines many of the best features
of languages like Python and tools like Matlab.
One interacts with Julia like other high-level scripting languages,
e.g., through Jupyter notebooks,
yet Julia has excellent computational performance
because it is built on top of the LLVM compiler.
This tutorial will illustrate some of language features
in the context of implementing
computational imaging applications
like image denoising and image super-resolution.
Attendees who want follow along interactively
during the tutorial
are encouraged to follow the installation instructions at
in advance of the session.