The image processing handbook

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CRC Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Computers - 674 pages
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Image Processing Handbook examines the rapid, powerful developments in graphic information, covering the array of concepts and techniques in high-end imaging software. With balanced, complete descriptions, the text outlines frequency space methods with extensive mathematical presentation and spatial domain processing; compares different algorithms; and requires only a modest technical background in mathematics or computers.

Key Features:
-- A new chapter on surface imaging and completely updated references
-- A text-enhancing CD
-- Methods for correcting image defects, such as geometric distortion and nonuniform illumination
-- Assessment of binary images using morphological and Boolean operations
-- Three-dimensional imaging with tomographic reconstruction, serial sections, and volumetric and surface-rendering methods

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Constantly refer to the processes and terms when doing scientific image analysis and processing. Read full review

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Why explain concepts and then advertise his commercial software that implements them? Read full review

Contents

Atquiring Images I
1
High resolution imaging
24
Color displays
46
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Russ, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.

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