Image Processing III: Mathematical Methods, Algorithms and Applications

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Horwood Pub. for the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, Jan 1, 2001 - Computers - 298 pages
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International specialists report recent research and development, focusing on new applications: The book records proceedings of the IMA (Institution of Mathematics and Applications) conference co-sponsored with the Institute of Physics and the Institution of Electrical Engineers. Contents: Noise analysis: binary random images superposition: probabilistic image smoothing; Segmentation and pattern recognition; image segmentation; colour pattern recognition: Finger print identification; algorithms of 3-D Iso surfaces; mathematical model of image segmentation 3-D on parametric segmentation method: Artificial intelligence; Automatic satellite target detection; Analysis in light, confocal and electron microscopes; Compression Issues; Artificial neural networks; Coefficient video modelling; Progressive transmission: smoothing facsimile images; Human face identification; Fractals and wavelets; lacunarity; Wavelet processing of coloured images; Optical flow analysis; Computing optical fl

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J. M. Blackledge is a technical consultant to a number of industries in the European Union. A. K. Evans works at the Institution of Simulations Sciences at DeMontfort University in Leicester, United Kingdom. M. J. Turner is a senior lecturer at De Montfort University, laboratory manager for the multi-disciplinary Institute of Simulation Science, and laboratory manager for the Digital Arts laboratory at Cambridge University.

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