The Image Processing Handbook, Fourth Edition

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CRC Press, Jul 26, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 744 pages
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First published in 1992, The Image Processing Handbook not only set the standard for professional references in this field, but also provided the first text truly accessible to undergraduate students and non-specialists. Each subsequent edition has reflected the continuing rapid advances in image processing, and the fourth edition is no exception. In fact, its broader scope, increased depth, and logical presentation make it, more than ever, a powerful teaching tool, essential reference, and handy companion for both new and experienced image processors and analysts.
 

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Contents

1 Acquiring Images
1
2 Printing and Storage
79
3 Correcting Imaging Defects
131
4 Image Enhancement Processing in the Spatial Domain
207
5 Processing Images in Frequency Space
277
6 Segmentation and Thresholding
333
7 Processing Binary Images
383
8 Global Image Measurements
445
9 FeatureSpecific Measurements
475
10 Feature Recognition and Classification
527
11 3D Image Acquisition
555
12 3D Image Visualization
591
13 Imaging Surfaces
651
References
699
Index
717
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