Back in September I wrote that I would be attending the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing this month, and that I would be giving a seminar on software development tools and techniques for engineers. Some blog readers, as well as some seminar attendees, asked me if I could make the seminar handout available online.
Here it is. Enjoy.
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I flipped through it, very nice, thanks
I always wonder why people in the university don’t use version control and unit test tools (I mean non computer majors) it is really interesting, many of my friends are good CFD coders but none of them is using a version control system (however they all have their own method of source archiving)
Thanks for the PDF file again
dear sir/ madam
i’m working on a traffic project. now i want to diagnose jam(congestion)situation by matlab. would you please tell me which commands is appropriate to use.
finds u great and did achievements…
sir, as a beginner of image processing using matlab i would like to hear ur advice n guidence on doing my final year project in the same area…
kindly get me a guidence on IEEE project in the same area.
hope u only b d right person to ask n expect ur guidence soon.. regards…
Sowmya – please see this post.
I know you posted this a while ago, but I just found it today and WHOA I wanted to compliment you for the great job on the slides! Thank you so much for making these available to the general public. All of the issues you brought up are very familiar to me where software development, for the simulation of communications systems and control and analysis of field data collection systems, takes so much of our time and effort. There continue to be some of our lab members who refuse to acknowledge that this is an issue at all. Your slides will help provide some well articulated ammunition in support of the cause of better software engineering.
Tom—Thanks for the kind words! Are you the Tom Krauss I know?
Remember the motor bikes on Kangaroo Island? That was me…
Tom—Of course! I still have the picture of you underneath the “Kangaroo Crossing” sign. I’ll be giving this presentation at a couple of universities later this fall. Hopefully others will find it useful.
i have developed program for disimilar image selection, but having error, i am lagging behind due to this. if u have any code for this pls….forward me