Digital Image Processing: An Algorithmic Introduction using Java

ISBN: 1846283795

Category: Technical

Tag: Programming


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Digital Image Processing: An Algorithmic Introduction using Java
Wilhelm Burger, Mark J. Burge,
2012 | pages: 574 | ISBN: 1846283795 | DJVU | 7,8 mb
 
Written as an introduction for undergraduate students, this textbook covers the most important methods in digital image processing. Formal and mathematical aspects are discussed at a fundamental level and various practical examples and exercises supplement the text. The book uses the image processing environment ImageJ, freely distributed by the National Institute of Health. A comprehensive website supports the book, and contains full source code for all examples in the book, a question and answer forum, slides for instructors, etc. Digital Image Processing in Java is the definitive textbook for computer science students studying image processing and digital processing.

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