About This Course
RHCE is an acronym standing for Red Hat Certified Engineer. The RHCE acronym is a professional designation used to indicate the individual holds an industry recognized Linux certification. The RHCE is a mid to advanced-level certification that builds on topics covered in Red Hat’s lower certification, the RHCT to include more advanced topics such as common enterprise networking (IP) services and security. Over 30,000 people have achieved the RHCE certification to date. To achieve the Red Hat Certified Engineer certification, the student must pass RH302, a 3.5 hour hands-on lab exam. This is the only exam required to achieve the certification. There is no prerequisite for the exam, but Red Hat recommends students have substantial real-world system administration experience before taking the exam. The exam consists of two sections. One section covers troubleshooting and system maintenance and lasts approximately two-and-a-half hours, while the other covers installation and configuration and lasts approximately three hours.
A GIS is a computer system capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information. ArcInfo, our suggested GIS software, is able to link geographic information with descriptive information using geography as the connection between the many data sets. It is important to realize that GIS can do more than make maps, it allows you to calculate the relationships between map features and analyze the different attributes. A GIS can convert existing digital information, which may not yet be in map form, into forms it can recognize and use. For example, digital satellite images can be analyzed to produce a map layer of digital information about geology. And unlike a paper map, a GIS view consists of many data layers revealing an abundance of information.
Image processing methods to support computer vision in 2D and 3D; structural properties; Estimation of orientation; structural/model based methods for computer vision; models; recognition; Other image modalities; SAR, thermal images, range images, stereo vision, multi-sensor fusion; combining information; measurement extraction; applications and examples; inspection, navigation, pick-and-place, pose estimation. With the spread of affordable digital cameras there has never been a time that it is more important that the professional photographers’ images should stand out from the crowd. Digital file handling will be looked at in detail with both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.