This is an application-oriented book includes debugged a efficient C implementations of real-world algorithms, in a variety of languages/environments, offering unique coverage of embedded image processing. covers TI technologies and applies them to an important market (important: features the C6416 DSK) Also covers the EVM should not be lost, especially the C6416 DSK, a much more recent DSP. Algorithms treated here are frequently missing from other image processing texts, in particular Chapter 6 (Wavelets), moreover, efficient fixed-point implementations of wavelet-based algorithms also treated. Provide numerous Visual Studio .NET 2003 C/C++ code, that show how to use MFC, GDI+, and the Intel IPP library to prototype image processing applicationsExamples in Code Composer StudioTM and MATLAB Shehrzad Qureshi ... The left-hand side of Figure 6-1 depicted a single stage of a wavelet decomposition, yielding the wavelet coefficients c, and d, at a single scale. ... to the heart of the primary advantage of the wavelet transform - it solves the localization problem of the Fourier and other classical transforms. ... of the analysis cascade is arranged as shown in Figure 6-3, using the example of a three-level wavelet decomposition.
|Title||:||Embedded Image Processing on the TMS320C6000TM DSP|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-07-20|