Principles Of Digital Image Processing

Author: Wilhelm Burger
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9781848001947
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This is the second volume of a book series that provides a modern, algori- mic introduction to digital image processing. It is designed to be used both by learners desiring a ?rm foundation on which to build and practitioners in search of critical analysis and modern implementations of the most important techniques. This updated and enhanced paperback edition of our compreh- sive textbook Digital Image Processing: An Algorithmic Approach Using Java packages the original material into a series of compact volumes, thereby s- porting a ?exible sequence of courses in digital image processing. Tailoring the contents to the scope of individual semester courses is also an attempt to p- vide a?ordable (and “backpack-compatible”) textbooks without comprimising the quality and depth of content. This second volume, titled Core Algorithms, extends the introductory - terial presented in the ?rst volume (Fundamental Techniques) with additional techniques that are, nevertheless, part of the standard image processing to- box. A forthcomingthird volume(Advanced Techniques) will extendthis series and add important material beyond the elementary level, suitable for an - vanced undergraduate or even graduate course.

Principles Of Digital Image Processing

Author: Wilhelm Burger
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1848829191
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This textbook is the third of three volumes which provide a modern, algorithmic introduction to digital image processing, designed to be used both by learners desiring a firm foundation on which to build, and practitioners in search of critical analysis and concrete implementations of the most important techniques. This volume builds upon the introductory material presented in the first two volumes with additional key concepts and methods in image processing. Features: practical examples and carefully constructed chapter-ending exercises; real implementations, concise mathematical notation, and precise algorithmic descriptions designed for programmers and practitioners; easily adaptable Java code and completely worked-out examples for easy inclusion in existing applications; uses ImageJ; provides a supplementary website with the complete Java source code, test images, and corrections; additional presentation tools for instructors including a complete set of figures, tables, and mathematical elements.

Digital Image Processing

Author: Gregory A. Baxes
Editor: Wiley
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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 detailed step-by-step guides to the most commonly used operations, including references to real-world applications and implementations hundreds of before and after images that help illustrate all the operations described comprehensive coverage of current hardware and the best methods for acquiring, displaying, and processing digital images

Digital Image Processing

Author: Bernd Jähne
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540240358
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This long-established and well-received monograph offers an integral view of image processing - from image acquisition to the extraction of the data of interest – written by a physical scientists for other scientists. Supplements discussion of the general concepts is supplemented with examples from applications on PC-based image processing systems and ready-to-use implementations of important algorithms. Completely revised and extended, the most notable extensions being a detailed discussion on random variables and fields, 3-D imaging techniques and a unified approach to regularized parameter estimation.

Principles Of Digital Image Processing

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Principles Of Digital Image Processing

Author: Wilhelm Burger
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9781848824416
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This is the second volume of a book series that provides a modern, algori- mic introduction to digital image processing. It is designed to be used both by learners desiring a ?rm foundation on which to build and practitioners in search of critical analysis and modern implementations of the most important techniques. This updated and enhanced paperback edition of our compreh- sive textbook Digital Image Processing: An Algorithmic Approach Using Java packages the original material into a series of compact volumes, thereby s- porting a ?exible sequence of courses in digital image processing. Tailoring the contents to the scope of individual semester courses is also an attempt to p- vide a?ordable (and “backpack-compatible”) textbooks without comprimising the quality and depth of content. This second volume, titled Core Algorithms, extends the introductory - terial presented in the ?rst volume (Fundamental Techniques) with additional techniques that are, nevertheless, part of the standard image processing to- box. A forthcomingthird volume(Advanced Techniques) will extendthis series and add important material beyond the elementary level, suitable for an - vanced undergraduate or even graduate course.

Digital Image Processing Using Matlab

Author: Rafael C. Gonzalez
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780130085191
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Solutions to problems in the field of digital image processing generally require extensive experimental work involving software simulation and testing with large sets of sample images. Although algorithm development typically is based on theoretical underpinnings, the actual implementation of these algorithms almost always requires parameter estimation and, frequently, algorithm revision and comparison of candidate solutions. Thus, selection of a flexible, comprehensive, and well-documented software development environment is a key factor that has important implications in the cost, development time, and portability of image processing solutions. In spite of its importance, surprisingly little has been written on this aspect of the field in the form of textbook material dealing with both theoretical principles and software implementation of digital image processing concepts. This book was written for just this purpose. Its main objective is to provide a foundation for implementing image processing algorithms using modern software tools. A complementary objective was to prepare a book that is self-contained and easily readable by individuals with a basic background in digital image processing, mathematical analysis, and computer programming, all at a level typical of that found in a junior/senior curriculum in a technical discipline. Rudimentary knowledge of MATLAB also is desirable. To achieve these objectives, we felt that two key ingredients were needed. The first was to select image processing material that is representative of material covered in a formal course of instruction in this field. The second was to select software tools that are well supported and documented, and which have a wide range of applications in the "real" world. To meet the first objective, most of the theoretical concepts in the following chapters were selected fromDigital Image Processingby Gonzalez and Woods, which has been the choice introductory textbook used by educators all over the world for over two decades. The software tools selected are from the MATLAB Image Processing Toolbox (IPT), which similarly occupies a position of eminence in both education and industrial applications. A basic strategy followed in the preparation of the book was to provide a seamless integration of well-established theoretical concepts and their implementation using state-of-the-art software tools. The book is organized along the same lines asDigital Image Processing.In this way, the reader has easy access to a more detailed treatment of all the image processing concepts discussed here, as well as an up-to-date set of references for further reading. Following this approach made it possible to present theoretical material in a succinct manner and thus we were able to maintain a focus on the software implementation aspects of image processing problem solutions. Because it works in the MATLAB computing environment, the Image Processing Toolbox offers some significant advantages, not only f in the breadth of its computational tools, but also because it is supported under most operating systems in use today. A unique feature of this book is its emphasis on showing how to develop new code to enhance existing MATLAB and IPT functionality This is an important feature in an area such as image processing, which, as noted earlier, is characterized by the need for extensive algorithm development and experimental work. After an introduction to the fundamentals of MATLAB functions and programming, the book proceeds to address the mainstream areas of image processing. The major areas covered include intensity transformations, linear and nonlinear spatial filtering, filtering in the frequency domain, image restoration and registration, color image processing, wavelets, image data compression, morphological image processing, image segmentation, region and boundary representation and description, and object recognition. This material is complemented by numerous illustrations of how to solve image processing problems using MATLAB and IPT functions. In cases where a function did not exist, a new function was written and documented as part of the instructional focus of the book. Over 60 new functions are included in the following chapters. These functions increase the scope of IPT by approximately 35 percent and also serve the important purpose of further illustrating how to implement new image processing software solutions. The material is presented in textbook format, not as a software manual. Although the book is self-contained, we have established a companion Web site (see Section 1.5) designed to provide support in a number of areas. For students following a formal course of study or individuals embarked on a program of self study, the site contains tutorials and reviews on background material, as well as projects and image databases, including all images in the book. For instructors, the site contains classroom presentation materials that include PowerPoint slides of all the images and graphics used in the book. Individuals already familiar with image processing and IPT fundamentals will find the site a useful place for up-to-date references, new implementation techniques, and a host of other support material not easily found elsewhere. All purchasers of the book are eligible to download executable files of all the new functions developed in the text. As is true of most writing efforts of this nature, progress continues after work on the manuscript stops. For this reason, we devoted significant effort to the selection of material that we believe is fundamental, and whose value is likely to remain applicable in a rapidly evolving body of knowledge. We trust that readers of the book will benefit from this effort and thus find the material timely and useful in their work.

Binary Digital Image Processing

Author: Stéphane Marchand-Maillet
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080527826
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Binary Digital Image Processing is aimed at faculty, postgraduate students and industry specialists. It is both a text reference and a textbook that reviews and analyses the research output in this field of binary image processing. It is aimed at both advanced researchers as well as educating the novice to this area. The theoretical part of this book includes the basic principles required for binary digital image analysis. The practical part which will take an algorithmic approach addresses problems which find applications beyond binary digital line image processing. The book first outlines the theoretical framework underpinning the study of digital image processing with particular reference to those needed for line image processing. The theoretical tools in the first part of the book set the stage for the second and third parts, where low-level binary image processing is addressed and then intermediate level processing of binary line images is studied. The book concludes with some practical applications of this work by reviewing some industrial and software applications (engineering drawing storage and primitive extraction, fingerprint compression). Outlines the theoretical framework underpinning the study of digital image processing with particular reference to binary line image processing Addresses low-level binary image processing, reviewing a number of essential characteristics of binary digital images and providing solution procedures and algorithms Includes detailed reviews of topics in binary digital image processing with up-to-date research references in relation to each of the problems under study Includes some practical applications of this work by reviewing some common applications Covers a range of topics, organised by theoretical field rather than being driven by problem definitions

Digital Image Processing

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Principles Of Digital Image Synthesis

Author: Andrew S. Glassner
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080514758
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Image synthesis, or rendering, is a field of transformation: it changes geometry and physics into meaningful images. Because the most popular algorithms frequently change, it is increasingly important for researchers and implementors to have a basic understanding of the principles of image synthesis. Focusing on theory, Andrew Glassner provides a comprehensive explanation of the three core fields of study that come together to form digital image synthesis: the human visual system, digital signal processing, and the interaction of matter and light. Assuming no more than a basic background in calculus, Glassner transforms his passion and expertise into a thorough presentation of each of these disciplines, and their elegant orchestration into modern rendering techniques such as radiosity and ray tracing.

Image Processing

Author: Tinku Acharya
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471745782
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Image processing-from basics to advanced applications Learn how to master image processing and compression with thisoutstanding state-of-the-art reference. From fundamentals tosophisticated applications, Image Processing: Principles andApplications covers multiple topics and provides a freshperspective on future directions and innovations in the field,including: * Image transformation techniques, including wavelet transformationand developments * Image enhancement and restoration, including noise modeling andfiltering * Segmentation schemes, and classification and recognition ofobjects * Texture and shape analysis techniques * Fuzzy set theoretical approaches in image processing, neuralnetworks, etc. * Content-based image retrieval and image mining * Biomedical image analysis and interpretation, including biometricalgorithms such as face recognition and signatureverification * Remotely sensed images and their applications * Principles and applications of dynamic scene analysis and movingobject detection and tracking * Fundamentals of image compression, including the JPEG standardand the new JPEG2000 standard Additional features include problems and solutions with eachchapter to help you apply the theory and techniques, as well asbibliographies for researching specialized topics. With itsextensive use of examples and illustrative figures, this is asuperior title for students and practitioners in computer science,wireless and multimedia communications, and engineering.

Principles Of Digital Image Synthesis

Author: Andrew S. Glassner
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780122862519
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Digital Image Processing

Author: D. Sundararajan
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811061130
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This book offers readers an essential introduction to the fundamentals of digital image processing. Pursuing a signal processing and algorithmic approach, it makes the fundamentals of digital image processing accessible and easy to learn. It is written in a clear and concise manner with a large number of 4 x 4 and 8 x 8 examples, figures and detailed explanations. Each concept is developed from the basic principles and described in detail with equal emphasis on theory and practice. The book is accompanied by a companion website that provides several MATLAB programs for the implementation of image processing algorithms. The book also offers comprehensive coverage of the following topics: Enhancement, Transform processing, Restoration, Registration, Reconstruction from projections, Morphological image processing, Edge detection, Object representation and classification, Compression, and Color processing.

Course On Digital Image Processing Mat

Author: THIRUVIKRAMAN
Editor: Iop Expanding Physics
ISBN: 9780750326025
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A Course on Digital Image Processing with MATLAB(R) describes the principles and techniques of image processing using MATLAB(R). Every chapter is accompanied by a collection of exercises and programming assignments, the book is augmented with supplementary MATLAB code, and hints and solutions to problems are also provided.

Digital Image Processing

Author: Bernd Jähne
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9783540805878
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This long-established and well-received monograph offers an integral view of image processing - from image acquisition to the extraction of the data of interest – written by a physical scientists for other scientists. Supplements discussion of the general concepts is supplemented with examples from applications on PC-based image processing systems and ready-to-use implementations of important algorithms. Completely revised and extended, the most notable extensions being a detailed discussion on random variables and fields, 3-D imaging techniques and a unified approach to regularized parameter estimation.

Digital Holography And Digital Image Processing

Author: Leonid Yaroslavsky
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402076343
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Digital holography and digital image processing are twins born by computer era. They share origin, theoretical base, methods and algorithms. The present book describes these common fundamentals principles, methods and algorithms including image and hologram digitization, data compression, digital transforms and efficient computational algorithms, statistical and Monte-Carlo methods, image restoration and enhancement, image reconstruction in tomography and digital holography, discrete signal resampling and image geometrical transformations, accurate measurements and reliable target localization in images, recording and reconstruction of computer generated holograms, adaptive and nonlinear filters for sensor signal perfecting and image restoration and enhancement. The book combines theory, heavily illustrated practical methods and efficient computational algorithms and is written for senior-level undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and engineers in optics, photonics, opto-electronics and electronic engineering.

Introduction To Digital Image Processing

Author: William K. Pratt
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482216701
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The subject of digital image processing has migrated from a graduate to a junior or senior level course as students become more proficient in mathematical background earlier in their college education. With that in mind, Introduction to Digital Image Processing is simpler in terms of mathematical derivations and eliminates derivations of advanced s

Digital Image Processing And Analysis

Author: Scott E Umbaugh
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498766072
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Digital image processing and analysis is a field that continues to experience rapid growth, with applications in many facets of our lives. Areas such as medicine, agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, communication systems, and space exploration are just a few of the application areas. This book takes an engineering approach to image processing and analysis, including more examples and images throughout the text than the previous edition. It provides more material for illustrating the concepts, along with new PowerPoint slides. The application development has been expanded and updated, and the related chapter provides step-by-step tutorial examples for this type of development. The new edition also includes supplementary exercises, as well as MATLAB-based exercises, to aid both the reader and student in development of their skills.

Digital Radiography

Author: Euclid Seeram
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811332444
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This is the second edition of a well-received book that enriches the understanding of radiographers and radiologic technologists across the globe, and is designed to meet the needs of courses (units) on radiographic imaging equipment, procedures, production, and exposure. The book also serves as a supplement for courses that address digital imaging techniques, such as radiologic physics, radiographic equipment and quality control. In a broader sense, the purpose of the book is to meet readers’ needs in connection with the change from film-based imaging to film-less or digital imaging; today, all radiographic imaging worldwide is based on digital imaging technologies. The book covers a wide range of topics to address the needs of members of various professional radiologic technology associations, such as the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists, the College of Radiographers in the UK, and the Australian and New Zealand Societies for Radiographers.

Digital Image Processing Using Matlab 2e

Author: GONZALEZ
Editor: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 1259084078
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Overview: Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB is the first book to offer a balanced treatment of image processing fundamentals and the software principles used in their implementation. The book integrates all fundamental concepts of DIP and the Image Processing Toolbox from The MathWorks, Inc., a leader in scientific computing. The Image Processing Toolbox provides a stable, well-supported software environment for addressing a broad range of applications in digital image processing. A unique feature of the book is its emphasis on showing how to enhance those tools by developing new code. Features:  Over 100 new MATLAB image processing functions are developed—a 40 % increase over existing functions in the Image Processing Toolbox.  Algorithms and MATLAB functions in the mainstream of digital image processing are discussed and implemented.  Includes new topical coverage on: The Radon transform; image processing functions based on function-generating functions (function factories); geometric transformations; image registration; color profiles and device-independent color conversions; functions for video compression; adaptive thresholding algorithms; new image features, including minimum-perimeter polygons and local (corner) features.  Using C code with MATLAB is covered in detail.