Learn about state-of-the-art digital image processing without the complicated math and programming... You don’t have to be a preeminent computer scientist or engineer to get the most out of today’s digital image processing technology. Whether you’re working in medical imaging, machine vision, graphic arts, or just a hobbyist working at home, this book will get you up and running in no time, with all the technical know-how you need to perform sophisticated image processing operations. Designed for end users, as well as an introduction for system designers, developers, and technical managers, this book doesn’t bog you down in complex mathematical formulas or lines of programming code. Instead, in clear down-to-earth language supplemented with numerous example images and the ready-to-run digital image processing program on the enclosed disk, it schools you, step-by-step, in essential digital image processing concepts, principles, techniques, and technologies. Disk contains sample image files and a ready-to-run digital image processing program that lets you do as you learn
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Uses a nonmathematical and practical approach to describe the basics of digital image processing (DIP), explaining its history, evolution and current applications. Numerous before-and-after images demonstrate the results of performing diverse DIP operations. The accompanying disk contains an executable Windows program plus a number of images users can manipulate in order to see on screen the effects of various image processing routines.About the Author:
GREGORY A. BAXES is Principal Engineer at ImageWare Systems Group, in Littleton, Colorado, and author of Digital Image Processing: A Practical Primer.
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