"The Image Processing Handbook" presents an extensive collection of image processing tools that should prove invaluable in maximizing the quality and usefulness of visual information. This book covers methods used for enhancing the visual appearance of images and preparing images for measurement. It should help readers to understand and apply methods provided in packaged software or enable them to programme those additions that may be necessary for particular applications. The aqcuisition of grey-scale and colour images and methods for correcting imaging defects such as geometric distortion and nonuniform illumination are demonstrated. The book details the selective enhancement of images, such as edge finding, noise suppression and texture extraction by grey scale processing and frequency space processing operations. Segmentation of images and the processing of binary images using morphological and Boolean operations are shown, and three-dimensional imaging using tomographic reconstruction, serial sections and volumetric and surface rendering methods are illustrated.
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