Computer Imaging: Digital Image Analysis and Processing

Scott E Umbaugh, Scott E Umbaugh

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January 27, 2005 by CRC Press
Textbook - 688 Pages - 819 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780849329197 - CAT# 2919

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Features

  • Combines image analysis and image processing into the unified framework that is necessary for understanding computer vision and image processing applications
  • Integrates theoretical material with an engineering approach
  • Introduces an image analysis model that serves as a foundation for the imaging tools discussed
  • Includes a CD-ROM containing a complete CVIPtools environment, book figures in linked html format, and Word documents of all original figures
  • Provides tutorial and programming exercises in each chapter using CVIPtools, enabling hands-on experience and insight into algorithms and parameters
  • Offers imaging examples and links to other imaging sites via an accompanying Web site
  • Summary

    Computer Imaging: Digital Image Analysis and Processing brings together analysis and processing in a unified framework, providing a valuable foundation for understanding both computer vision and image processing applications. Taking an engineering approach, the text integrates theory with a conceptual and application-oriented style, allowing you to immediately understand how each topic fits into the overall structure of practical application development.

    Divided into five major parts, the book begins by introducing the concepts and definitions necessary to understand computer imaging. The second part describes image analysis and provides the tools, concepts, and models required to analyze digital images and develop computer vision applications. Part III discusses application areas for the processing of images, emphasizing human visual perception. Part IV delivers the information required to apply a CVIPtools environment to algorithm development. The text concludes with appendices that provide supplemental imaging information and assist with the programming exercises found in each chapter.

    The author presents topics as needed for understanding each practical imaging model being studied. This motivates the reader to master the topics and also makes the book useful as a reference. The CVIPtools software integrated throughout the book, now in a new Windows version, provides practical examples and encourages you to conduct additional exploration via tutorials and programming exercises provided with each chapter.