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FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER VISION. Mubarak Shah. Computer Science Department. University of Central Florida. Orlando, FL (С. December 7, . Dr. Mubarak Shah, Trustee Chair Professor of Computer Science, is the founding director of the Center for Research in Computer Vision at UCF. His research. Prof. Mubarak Shah Office: HEC Phone: Office Hours: Tue Thu and by appointment. Email: shah @

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