Computer Transformation of Digital Images and Patterns

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World Scientific, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 258 pages
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This book is concerned with linear and nonlinear transformations of digitized images and patterns. Transformation models include linear, quadratic, cubic, bilinear, biquadratic, bicubic, Coons model and other nonlinear forms such as harmonic, projective, and perspective transformations. Discrete techniques have been developed to realize both forward and inverse transformations. The latter can be applied to normalize distorted images and to enhance the pattern recognition process. Efficient algorithms such as the splitting-shooting methods and splitting-integrating methods have been developed and analysed in this book for the first time. Graphical examples are given and compared with existing algorithms. This book is of interest to researchers in the areas of pattern recognition, character recognition, image processing, computer vision, computer graphics and other related fields.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Linear Models
7
Nonlinear Models
33
Discrete Techniques in Digitized
95
SplittingIntegrating Methods
136
Combined Algorithms for a Cycle Conversion
151
Combined Models Harmonic Models
172
Applications to Pattern Recognition
207
Recognition of Roman Letters and Chinese
216
A Practical Example of Chinese Character
228
Concluding Remarks
235
Glossary of Symbols
252
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