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Digital Picture Processing

411 pages9 hours


Digital Picture Processing is a technique-oriented book aiming to teach the more extensive treatments of digital pictures. The book discusses picture processing; the computer representation of pictures; and the mathematical preliminaries involved. The visual perception, the digitization and the different techniques on sampling, and different techniques on compression are also covered. The book also explains the enhancement techniques, such as sharpening and moothing; filtering techniques used in restoration; and the geometry and description of a picture.
The text is recommended to students of electrical engineering and computer science, who intend to learn better techniques in picture processing through digital means. The book is also suitable as an advanced undergraduate or a graduate course in picture processing.

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