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Title The Image Processing Handbook
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2018-09-03
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 1035
ISBN 9781498740289
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Consistently rated as the best overall introduction to computer-based image processing, The Image Processing Handbook covers two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) imaging techniques, image printing and storage methods, image processing algorithms, image and feature measurement, quantitative image measurement analysis, and more. Incorporating image processing and analysis examples at all scales, from nano- to astro-, this Seventh Edition: Features a greater range of computationally intensive algorithms than previous versions Provides better organization, more quantitative results, and new material on recent developments Includes completely rewritten chapters on 3D imaging and a thoroughly revamped chapter on statistical analysis Contains more than 1700 references to theory, methods, and applications in a wide variety of disciplines Presents 500+ entirely new figures and images, with more than two-thirds appearing in color The Image Processing Handbook, Seventh Edition delivers an accessible and up-to-date treatment of image processing, offering broad coverage and comparison of algorithms, approaches, and outcomes.

Title The Image Processing Handbook Fifth Edition
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2006-12-19
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 832
ISBN 9780203881095
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Now in its fifth edition, John C. Russ’s monumental image processing reference is an even more complete, modern, and hands-on tool than ever before. The Image Processing Handbook, Fifth Edition is fully updated and expanded to reflect the latest developments in the field. Written by an expert with unequalled experience and authority, it offers clear guidance on how to create, select, and use the most appropriate algorithms for a specific application. What’s new in the Fifth Edition? · A new chapter on the human visual process that explains which visual cues elicit a response from the viewer · Description of the latest hardware and software for image acquisition and printing, reflecting the proliferation of the digital camera · New material on multichannel images, including a major section on principal components analysis · Expanded sections on deconvolution, extended dynamic range images, and image enlargement and interpolation · More than 600 new and revised figures and illustrations for a total of more than 2000 illustrations · 20% more references to the most up-to-date literature Written in a relaxed and reader-friendly style, The Image Processing Handbook, Fifth Edition guides you through the myriad tools available for image processing and helps you understand how to select and apply each one.

Title Image Processing Handbook The
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 1994-11-07
Category Computers
Total Pages 674
ISBN UOM:49015002275080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This updated second edition includes an expanded collection of tools for enhancing the visual appearance of images. There are new chapters on printing and storing images, including coverage of image compression, image measurement, topics on densitometry and colour information.

Title Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision
Author Arcangelo Distante
Publisher Springer Nature
Release Date 2020-05-30
Category Computers
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9783030423742
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Across three volumes, the Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision presents a comprehensive review of the full range of topics that comprise the field of computer vision, from the acquisition of signals and formation of images, to learning techniques for scene understanding. The authoritative insights presented within cover all aspects of the sensory subsystem required by an intelligent system to perceive the environment and act autonomously. Volume 2 (From Image to Pattern) examines image transforms, image restoration, and image segmentation. Topics and features: • Describes the fundamental processes in the field of artificial vision that enable the formation of digital images from light energy • Covers light propagation, color perception, optical systems, and the analog-to-digital conversion of the signal • Discusses the information recorded in a digital image, and the image processing algorithms that can improve the visual qualities of the image • Reviews boundary extraction algorithms, key linear and geometric transformations, and techniques for image restoration • Presents a selection of different image segmentation algorithms, and of widely-used algorithms for the automatic detection of points of interest • Examines important algorithms for object recognition, texture analysis, 3D reconstruction, motion analysis, and camera calibration • Provides an introduction to four significant types of neural network, namely RBF, SOM, Hopfield, and deep neural networks This all-encompassing survey offers a complete reference for all students, researchers, and practitioners involved in developing intelligent machine vision systems. The work is also an invaluable resource for professionals within the IT/software and electronics industries involved in machine vision, imaging, and artificial intelligence. Dr. Cosimo Distante is a Research Scientist in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in the Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems (ISAI) at the Italian National Research Council (CNR). Dr. Arcangelo Distante is a researcher and the former Director of the Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation (ISSIA) at the CNR. His research interests are in the fields of Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, and Neural Computation.

Title Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision
Author Arcangelo Distante
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2020-10-16
Category Computers
Total Pages 1617
ISBN 303042507X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Across three volumes, the Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision presents a comprehensive review of the full range of topics that comprise the field of computer vision, from the acquisition of signals and formation of images, to learning techniques for scene understanding. The authoritative insights presented within cover all aspects of the sensory subsystem required by an intelligent system to perceive the environment and act autonomously. Topics and features: describes the fundamental processes in the field of artificial vision that enable the formation of digital images from light energy; covers light propagation, color perception, optical systems, and the analog-to-digital conversion of the signal; discusses the information recorded in a digital image, and the image processing algorithms that can improve the visual qualities of the image; reviews boundary extraction algorithms, key linear and geometric transformations, and techniques for image restoration; presents a selection of different image segmentation algorithms, and of widely-used algorithms for the automatic detection of points of interest; examines important algorithms for object recognition, texture analysis, 3D reconstruction, motion analysis, and camera calibration; provides an introduction to four significant types of neural network, namely RBF, SOM, Hopfield, and deep neural networks. This all-encompassing survey offers a complete reference for all students, researchers, and practitioners involved in developing intelligent machine vision systems. The work is also an invaluable resource for professionals within the IT/software and electronics industries involved in machine vision, imaging, and artificial intelligence.

Title The Colour Image Processing Handbook
Author Stephen J. Sangwine
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2012-12-06
Category Computers
Total Pages 440
ISBN 9781461557791
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is aimed at those using colour image processing or researching new applications or techniques of colour image processing. It has been clear for some time that there is a need for a text dedicated to colour. We foresee a great increase in the use of colour over the coming years, both in research and in industrial and commercial applications. We are sure this book will prove a useful reference text on the subject for practicing engineers and scientists, for researchers, and for students at doctoral and, perhaps masters, level. It is not intended as an introductory text on image processing, rather it assumes that the reader is already familiar with basic image processing concepts such as image representation in digital form, linear and non-linear filtering, trans forms, edge detection and segmentation, and so on, and has some experience with using, at the least, monochrome equipment. There are many books cov ering these topics and some of them are referenced in the text, where appro priate. The book covers a restricted, but nevertheless, a very important, subset of image processing concerned with natural colour (that is colour as per ceived by the human visual system). This is an important field because it shares much technology and basic theory with colour television and video equipment, the market for which is worldwide and very large; and with the growing field of multimedia, including the use of colour images on the Inter net.

Title The Image Processing Handbook Sixth Edition
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2011-04-07
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 885
ISBN 1439840458
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whether obtained by microscopes, space probes, or the human eye, the same basic tools can be applied to acquire, process, and analyze the data contained in images. Ideal for self study, The Image Processing Handbook, Sixth Edition, first published in 1992, raises the bar once again as the gold-standard reference on this subject. Using extensive new illustrations and diagrams, it offers a logically organized exploration of the important relationship between 2D images and the 3D structures they reveal. Provides Hundreds of Visual Examples in FULL COLOR! The author focuses on helping readers visualize and compare processing and measurement operations and how they are typically combined in fields ranging from microscopy and astronomy to real-world scientific, industrial, and forensic applications. Presenting methods in the order in which they would be applied in a typical workflow—from acquisition to interpretation—this book compares a wide range of algorithms used to: Improve the appearance, printing, and transmission of an image Prepare images for measurement of the features and structures they reveal Isolate objects and structures, and measure their size, shape, color, and position Correct defects and deal with limitations in images Enhance visual content and interpretation of details This handbook avoids dense mathematics, instead using new practical examples that better convey essential principles of image processing. This approach is more useful to develop readers’ grasp of how and why to apply processing techniques and ultimately process the mathematical foundations behind them. Much more than just an arbitrary collection of algorithms, this is the rare book that goes beyond mere image improvement, presenting a wide range of powerful example images that illustrate techniques involved in color processing and enhancement. Applying his 50-year experience as a scientist, educator, and industrial consultant, John Russ offers the benefit of his image processing expertise for fields ranging from astronomy and biomedical research to food science and forensics. His valuable insights and guidance continue to make this handbook a must-have reference.

Title Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision
Author Arcangelo Distante
Publisher Springer Nature
Release Date 2020-05-28
Category Computers
Total Pages 491
ISBN 9783030381486
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Across three volumes, the Handbook of Image Processing and Computer Vision presents a comprehensive review of the full range of topics that comprise the field of computer vision, from the acquisition of signals and formation of images, to learning techniques for scene understanding. The authoritative insights presented within cover all aspects of the sensory subsystem required by an intelligent system to perceive the environment and act autonomously. Volume 1 (From Energy to Image) examines the formation, properties, and enhancement of a digital image. Topics and features: • Describes the fundamental processes in the field of artificial vision that enable the formation of digital images from light energy • Covers light propagation, color perception, optical systems, and the analog-to-digital conversion of the signal • Discusses the information recorded in a digital image, and the image processing algorithms that can improve the visual qualities of the image • Reviews boundary extraction algorithms, key linear and geometric transformations, and techniques for image restoration • Presents a selection of different image segmentation algorithms, and of widely-used algorithms for the automatic detection of points of interest • Examines important algorithms for object recognition, texture analysis, 3D reconstruction, motion analysis, and camera calibration • Provides an introduction to four significant types of neural network, namely RBF, SOM, Hopfield, and deep neural networks This all-encompassing survey offers a complete reference for all students, researchers, and practitioners involved in developing intelligent machine vision systems. The work is also an invaluable resource for professionals within the IT/software and electronics industries involved in machine vision, imaging, and artificial intelligence. Dr. Cosimo Distante is a Research Scientist in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in the Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems (ISAI) at the Italian National Research Council (CNR). Dr. Arcangelo Distante is a researcher and the former Director of the Institute of Intelligent Systems for Automation (ISSIA) at the CNR. His research interests are in the fields of Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Machine Learning, and Neural Computation.

Title Handbook of Medical Imaging
Author Anonim
Publisher Academic Press
Release Date 2000-10-09
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 901
ISBN 0080533108
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In recent years, the remarkable advances in medical imaging instruments have increased their use considerably for diagnostics as well as planning and follow-up of treatment. Emerging from the fields of radiology, medical physics and engineering, medical imaging no longer simply deals with the technology and interpretation of radiographic images. The limitless possibilities presented by computer science and technology, coupled with engineering advances in signal processing, optics and nuclear medicine have created the vastly expanded field of medical imaging. The Handbook of Medical Imaging is the first comprehensive compilation of the concepts and techniques used to analyze and manipulate medical images after they have been generated or digitized. The Handbook is organized in six sections that relate to the main functions needed for processing: enhancement, segmentation, quantification, registration, visualization as well as compression storage and telemedicine. * Internationally renowned authors(Johns Hopkins, Harvard, UCLA, Yale, Columbia, UCSF) * Includes imaging and visualization * Contains over 60 pages of stunning, four-color images

Title The Image Processing Handbook Fifth Edition
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2006-12-19
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 832
ISBN 1135483396
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Now in its fifth edition, John C. Russ’s monumental image processing reference is an even more complete, modern, and hands-on tool than ever before. The Image Processing Handbook, Fifth Edition is fully updated and expanded to reflect the latest developments in the field. Written by an expert with unequalled experience and authority, it offers clear guidance on how to create, select, and use the most appropriate algorithms for a specific application. What’s new in the Fifth Edition? · A new chapter on the human visual process that explains which visual cues elicit a response from the viewer · Description of the latest hardware and software for image acquisition and printing, reflecting the proliferation of the digital camera · New material on multichannel images, including a major section on principal components analysis · Expanded sections on deconvolution, extended dynamic range images, and image enlargement and interpolation · More than 600 new and revised figures and illustrations for a total of more than 2000 illustrations · 20% more references to the most up-to-date literature Written in a relaxed and reader-friendly style, The Image Processing Handbook, Fifth Edition guides you through the myriad tools available for image processing and helps you understand how to select and apply each one.

Title Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis
Author John C. Russ
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2007-10-31
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 376
ISBN 9781420006490
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Image processing comprises a broad variety of methods that operate on images to produce another image. A unique textbook, Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis establishes the programming involved in image processing and analysis by utilizing skills in C compiler and both Windows and MacOS programming environments. The provided mathematical background illustrates the workings of algorithms and emphasizes the practical reasons for using certain methods, their effects on images, and their appropriate applications. The text concentrates on image processing and measurement and details the implementation of many of the most widely used and most important image processing and analysis algorithms. Homework problems are included in every chapter with solutions available for download from the CRC Press website The chapters work together to combine image processing with image analysis. The book begins with an explanation of familiar pixel array and goes on to describe the use of frequency space. Chapters 1 and 2 deal with the algorithms used in processing steps that are usually accomplished by a combination of measurement and processing operations, as described in chapters 3 and 4. The authors present each concept using a mixture of three mutually supportive tools: a description of the procedure with example images, the relevant mathematical equations behind each concept, and the simple source code (in C), which illustrates basic operations. In particularly, the source code provides a starting point to develop further modifications. Written by John Russ, author of esteemed Image Processing Handbook now in its fifth edition, this book demonstrates functions to improve an image's of features and detail visibility, improve images for printing or transmission, and facilitate subsequent analysis.

Title Practical Handbook on Image Processing for Scientific and Technical Applications
Author Bernd Jahne
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2004-03-15
Category Computers
Total Pages 600
ISBN 0849390303
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Image processing is fast becoming a valuable tool for analyzing multidimensional data in all areas of natural science. Since the publication of the best-selling first edition of this handbook, the field of image processing has matured in many of its aspects from ad hoc, empirical approaches to a sound science based on established mathematical and p

Title The Pocket Handbook of Image Processing Algorithms in C
Author Harley R. Myler
Publisher Prentice Hall
Release Date 1993
Category Computers
Total Pages 303
ISBN STANFORD:36105016221975
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This handy desktop reference gathers together into one easy-to-use volume the most popular image processing algorithms. Designed to be used at the computer terminal, it features an illustrated, annotated dictionary format -- with clear, concise definitions, examples, and C program code. Covers algorithms for adaptive filters, coding and compression, color image processing, histogram operations, image fundamentals, mensuration, morphological filters, nonlinear filters, segmentation, spatial filters, spatial frequency filters, storage formats, and transforms. Includes graphic oriented techniques such as warping, morphing, zooming, and dithering. Provides algorithms for image noise generation. MARKETS: For users and developers of image processing systems and programs.

Title Digital Color Imaging Handbook
Author Gaurav Sharma
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2017-12-19
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 816
ISBN 1420041487
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Digital technology now enables unparalleled functionality and flexibility in the capture, processing, exchange, and output of color images. But harnessing its potential requires knowledge of color science, systems, processing algorithms, and device characteristics-topics drawn from a broad range of disciplines. One can acquire the requisite background with an armload of physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science, and mathematics books and journals- or one can find it here, in the Digital Color Imaging Handbook. Unprecedented in scope, this handbook presents, in a single concise and authoritative publication, the elements of these diverse areas relevant to digital color imaging. The first three chapters cover the basics of color vision, perception, and physics that underpin digital color imaging. The remainder of the text presents the technology of color imaging with chapters on color management, device color characterization, digital halftoning, image compression, color quantization, gamut mapping, computationally efficient transform algorithms, and color image processing for digital cameras. Each chapter is written by world-class experts and largely self-contained, but cross references between chapters reflect the topics' important interrelations. Supplemental materials are available for download from the CRC Web site, including electronic versions of some of the images presented in the book.

Title Handbook of Medical Imaging
Author Jacob Beutel
Publisher SPIE Press
Release Date 2000
Category Medical
Total Pages 949
ISBN 0819436216
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This volume describes concurrent engineering developments that affect or are expected to influence future development of digital diagnostic imaging. It also covers current developments in Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) technology, with particular emphasis on integration of emerging imaging technologies into the hospital environment.

Title The Handbook of Astronomical Image Processing
Author Richard Berry
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2005-01-01
Category Computers
Total Pages 684
ISBN 0943396824
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Handbook of Image Quality
Author Brian Keelan
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2002-03-21
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 544
ISBN 9780824744403
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With 300 figures, tables, and equations, this book presents a unified approach to image quality research and modeling. The author discusses the results of different, calibrated psychometric experiments can be rigorously integrated to construct predictive software using Monte Carlo simulations and provides numerous examples of viable field applications for product design and verification of modeling predictions. He covers perceptual measurements for the assessment of individual quality attributes and overall quality, explores variation in scene susceptibility, observer sensitivity, and preference, and includes methods of analysis for testing and refining metrics based on psychometric data.

Title Handbook of Document Image Processing and Recognition
Author David Doermann
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2014-05-21
Category Computers
Total Pages 1055
ISBN 0857298585
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Handbook of Document Image Processing and Recognition is a comprehensive resource on the latest methods and techniques in document image processing and recognition. Each chapter provides a clear overview of the topic followed by the state of the art of techniques used – including elements of comparison between them – along with supporting references to archival publications, for those interested in delving deeper into topics addressed. Rather than favor a particular approach, the text enables the reader to make an informed decision for their specific problems.

Title Software Engineering for Image Processing Systems
Author Philip A. Laplante
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2003-07-28
Category Computers
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0203496108
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Software Engineering for Image Processing Systems creates a modern engineering framework for the specification, design, coding, testing, and maintenance of image processing software and systems. The text is designed to benefit not only software engineers, but also workers with backgrounds in mathematics, the physical sciences, and other engineering

Measuring Shape by F. Brent Neal

Title Measuring Shape
Author F. Brent Neal
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2017-12-19
Category Computers
Total Pages 440
ISBN 9781439855997
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"John Russ is the master of explaining how image processing gets applied to real-world situations. With Brent Neal, he’s done it again in Measuring Shape, this time explaining an expanded toolbox of techniques that includes useful, state-of-the-art methods that can be applied to the broad problem of understanding, characterizing, and measuring shape. He has a gift for finding the kernel of a particular algorithm, explaining it in simple terms, then giving concrete examples that are easily understood. His perspective comes from solving real-world problems and separating out what works in practice from what is just an abstract curiosity." —Tom Malzbender, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, California, USA Useful for those working in fields including industrial quality control, research, and security applications, Measuring Shape is a handbook for the practical application of shape measurement. Covering a wide range of shape measurements likely to be encountered in the literature and in software packages, this book presents an intentionally diverse set of examples that illustrate and enable readers to compare methods used for measurement and quantitative description of 2D and 3D shapes. It stands apart through its focus on examples and applications, which help readers quickly grasp the usefulness of presented techniques without having to approach them through the underlying mathematics. An elusive concept, shape is a principal governing factor in determining the behavior of objects and structures. Essential to recognizing and classifying objects, it is the central link in manmade and natural processes. Shape dictates everything from the stiffness of a construction beam, to the ability of a leaf to catch water, to the marketing and packaging of consumer products. This book emphasizes techniques that are quantitative and produce a meaningful yet compact set of numerical values that can be used for statistical analysis, comparison, correlation, classification, and identification. Written by two renowned authors from both industry and academia, this resource explains why users should select a particular method, rather than simply discussing how to use it. Showcasing each process in a clear, accessible, and well-organized way, they explore why a particular one might be appropriate in a given situation, yet a poor choice in another. Providing extensive examples, plus full mathematical descriptions of the various measurements involved, they detail the advantages and limitations of each method and explain the ways they can be implemented to discover important correlations between shape and object history or behavior. This uncommon assembly of information also includes sets of data on real-world objects that are used to compare the performance and utility of the various presented approaches.