Digital Imaging: Theory and Applications
From one of this burgeoning field's true pioneers, here is a much-needed guide to digital image processing that is both authoritative and accessible. Howard Burdick's book/CD-ROM package delivers the basic knowledge and the sample programs you need to utilize digital imaging techniques in a wide variety of real-world situations. More than just another technical cookbook weighed down by mathematical abstractions, Digital Imaging paints a complete picture of the subject in terms anyone can understand. The accompanying CD-ROM provides many complete programming examples, plus sample images that serve to illustrate an array of practical algorithms and processing techniques ... and provide a springboard from which to create your own applications.
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An Introduction to Digital Imaging
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