Muhammad Sarfraz

Kuwait University

Muhammad Sarfraz is a Professor and Director of MSIT in the Department of Information Science, Kuwait University, Kuwait. His research interests include Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Soft Computing, Data Science, Intelligent Systems, Information Systems, Health Informatics, Cyber Security and Information Technology. He is currently working on various projects related to academia and industry. Prof. Sarfraz has been keynote/invited speaker at various platforms around the globe. He has advised/supervised more than 110 students for their MSc and PhD theses. He has published more than 400 publications as Books, journal and conference papers. His publications include around 70 Books as Author and Editor. Prof. Sarfraz is member of various professional societies including IEEE, ACM, IFAC, IVS, INSTICC and ISOSS. He is a Chair and member of the International Advisory Committees and Organizing Committees of various international conferences, Symposiums and Workshops. He is also Editor-in-Chief, Editor and Guest Editor of various International Journals. He has achieved various awards in education, research, and administrative services.

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This book is intended to attract the attention of practitioners and researchers in academia and industry interested in challenging paradigms of coding theory and computer vision. The chapters in this comprehensive reference explore the latest developments, methods, approaches, and applications of coding theory in a wide variety of fields and endeavours. This book is compiled with a view to provide researchers, academicians, and readers with an in-depth discussion of the latest advances in this field. It consists of twelve chapters from academicians, practitioners, and researchers from different disciplines of life. All the chapters are authored by various researchers around the world covering the field of coding theory and image and video processing. This book mainly focusses on researchers who can do quality research in the area of coding theory and image and video processing and related fields. Each chapter is an independent research study, which will motivate young researchers to think about. These twelve chapters are presented in three sections and will be an eye-opener for all who systematic researchers in these fields.

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