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Unit-One Introduction and Digital Image Fundamentals Image Enhancement in the Spatial Domain Unit-Two Image Enhancement in the Frequency Domain Image Restoration Unit-Three Image Compression Image Segmentation Unit-Four Representation and Description Morphological Image Processing Object Recognition Model Question Paper Index. Printed Pages: 250. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 85167
Titel: Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing
Verlag: S.K. Kataria & Sons
Auflage: 4th edition.
Buchbeschreibung Wiley John & Sons Jan 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 244x169x20 mm. Neuware - Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing is an introductory text on the science of image processing. The stand-alone text employs the Matlab programming language to illustrate some of the elementary, key concepts in modern image processing and pattern recognition, drawing on specific examples from within science, medicine, and electronics. Here, authors Chris Solomon and Stuart Gibson provide a comprehensive introduction to some of the key concepts and techniques of modern image processing and offer a framework within which these concepts can be understood by a series of well-chosen examples, exercises and computer experiments. 344 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780470844731
Buchbeschreibung Springer-Verlag Gmbh Jun 2009, 2009. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 235x155x22 mm. Neuware - This book is a detailed description of the basics of three-dimensional digital image processing. A 3D digital image (abbreviated as '3D image' below) is a digitalized representation of a 3D object or an entire 3D space, stored in a computer as a 3D array. Whereas normal digital image processing is concerned with screens that are a collection of square shapes called 'pixels' and their corresponding density levels, the 'image plane' in three dimensions is represented by a division into cubical graphical elements (called 'voxels') that represent corresponding density levels. Inthecontextofimageprocessing,in manycases3Dimageprocessingwill refer to the input of multiple 2D images and performing processing in order to understand the 3D space (or 'scene') that they depict. This is a result of research into how to use input from image sensors such as television cameras as a basis for learning about a 3D scene, thereby replicating the sense of vision for humans or intelligent robots, and this has been the central problem in image processing research since the 1970s. However, a completely di erent type of image with its own new problems, the 3D digital image discussed in this book, rapidly took prominence in the 1980s, particularly in the eld of medical imaging. These were recordings of human bodies obtained through computed (or 'computerized') tomography (CT),imagesthatrecordednotonlytheexternal,visiblesurfaceofthes ubject but also, to some degree of resolution, its internal structure. This was a type of image that no one had experienced before. 272 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781848001725