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Introduction to document image processing techniques

by Ronald G. Matteson

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Published by Artech House in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Document imaging systems.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRonald G. Matteson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK8315 .M38 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 259 p. :
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL783181M
    ISBN 10089006492X
    LC Control Number95015177

    Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis - Explaining the reasoning behind each technique, this book demonstrates the typical practical use of each procedure. The authors describe each procedure with example images, present mathematical equations, and illustrate basic operations using clear and simple source code. If the contrast of an image is highly concentrated on a specific range, e.g. an image is very dark; the information may be lost in those areas which are excessively and uniformly concentrated. The problem is to optimize the contrast of an image in order to represent all the information in the input image.

      Digital Image Processing means processing digital image by means of a digital computer. We can also say that it is a use of computer algorithms, in order to get enhanced image either to extract some useful information. Image processing mainly include the following steps: ing the image via image acquisition tools;/5. Image Processing Toolbox is one of these toolboxes. However, we try to use the basic functionality and just minimally use the Image Processing Toolbox. This is because our aim is to be able to write our own image processing programs in Matlab. Octave is a free tool .

    Basic principles of image processing and programming explained without college-level mathematics. This book explores image processing from several perspectives: the creative, the theoretical (mainly mathematical), and the programmatical. It explains the basic principles of image processing, drawing on key concepts and techniques from mathematics, psychology of perception, computer science, and. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information.


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Components in Digital Image Processing Output are images Color image processing Wavelets and Multiresolution processing Compression Morphological processing Outpu t Image restoration Segmentation are imag Knowledge base Image enhancement Representation & description e attribut e Image acquisition Object recognition Input Image s Yao Wang, NYU.

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( views) Image Processing and Data Analysis: The Multiscale Approach by J. Starck, F.D. Murtagh, A. Bijaoui - Cambridge University Press, An introduction to a range of image-processing techniques with practical examples of applications in electrical engineering, astronomy, physics. Part 1: Image Processing Techniques Basics of image formation Since only the images obtained by a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and a transmission electron microscope (TEM) were used in this work and since both techniques are well-established, only a brief introduction is given on the principles and instrumentation of SEM.

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1 The image as an analogue signal.- 2 Scanning of an image by an aperture.- 3 Extension of the aperture notion.- 4 Photographic images.- 5 Digitizing and reconstructing images.- 6 Basic techniques of digital image processing.- 7 Algebraic operations between images.- 8 Coloured images.- 9 Linear processing of signals and images.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.Biomedical Imaging Techniques Defense surveillance Content-Based Image Retrieval Moving-Object Tracking Image and Video Compression Human Visual Perception Human Eyes Components of an Image Processing System Digital Camera Organization of the book How is this book different?

Summary Neural Aspects.