Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis

Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis

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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.Subtracting this image without first performing the dilation produces a difference that fails to highlight (or even reverses the contrast of) some of the ... This is usually called a top hat filter, because (as shown in Figure 2.40a) the central neighborhood can be visualized as the crown of ... Comparing the brightest pixel in the inner region to the brightest pixel in the outer region, and comparing the difference toanbsp;...

Title:Introduction to Image Processing and Analysis
Author:John C. Russ, J. Christian Russ
Publisher:CRC Press - 2007-10-31


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