Computer Vision and Applications: A Guide for Students and Practitioners

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Academic Press, 2000 - Computers - 679 pages
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Based on the highly successful 3-volume reference Handbook of Computer Vision and Applications, this concise edition covers in a single volume the entire spectrum of computer vision ranging form the imaging process to high-end algorithms and applications. This book consists of three parts, including an application gallery, and is accompanied by an interactive CD-ROM.

* Bridges the gap between theory and practical applications
* Covers modern concepts in computer vision as well as modern developments in imaging sensor technology
* Presents a unique interdisciplinary approach covering different areas of modern science
* An accompanying CD-ROM provides full text with hyperlinks for quick searching and browsing along with reference material, interactive software components, code examples, image material, full-color figures, and references to Internet sources
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Radiation and Illumination
11
Imaging Optics
53
Radiometry of Imaging
85
SolidState Image Sensing
111
Geometric Calibration of Digital Imaging Systems
153
ThreeDimensional Imaging Techniques
177
Representation of Multidimensional Signals
211
ThreeDimensional Imaging Algorithms
397
Design of Nonlinear Diffusion Filters
439
Variational Adaptive Smoothing and Segmentation
459
Morphological Operators
483
Probabilistic Modeling in Computer Vision
517
Fuzzy Image Processing
541
Neural Net Computing for Image Processing
577
A Application Gallery
609

Neighborhood Operators
273
Motion
347

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