Computer and Robot Vision, Volume 2
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1992 - Computer vision - 630 pages
This two-volume set is an authoritative, comprehensive, modern work on computer vision that covers all of the different areas of vision with a balance and unified approach. Volume II covers the higher level techniques of illumination, perspective projection, analytical photogrammetry, motion, image matching, consistent labeling, model matching, and knowledge based vision systems.Both volumes of Computer and Robot Vision address the growing and rapidly evolving area of computer vision with depth and breadth and explore details and specific algorithms not available in most competing texts.
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