Introduction to Video and Image Processing: Building Real Systems and Applications

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2012-01-25
238 pages

Book Description

Introduction to Video and Image Processing: Building Real and Applications (Undergraduate Topics in Science)

This textbook presents the fundamental concepts and methods for understanding and working with images and video in an unique, easy-to-read style which ensures the material is accessible to a wide audience. Exploring more than just the basics of image processing, the text provides a specific focus on the practical design and implementation of real systems for processing video data. Features: includes more than 100 exercises, as well as C- snippets of the key ; covers topics on image acquisition, color images, point processing, neighborhood processing, morphology, BLOB , segmentation in video, tracking, geometric transformation, and visual effects; requires only a minimal understanding of mathematics; presents two chapters dedicated to applications; provides a guide to defining suitable for parameters in video and image processing systems, and to conversion between the RGB color representation and the HIS, HSV and YUV/YCbCr color representations.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Image Acquisition
Chapter 3: Color Images
Chapter 4: Point Processing
Chapter 5: Neighborhood Processing
Chapter 6: Morphology
Chapter 7: BLOB Analysis
Chapter 8: Segmentation in Video Data
Chapter 9: Tracking
Chapter 10: Geometric Transformations
Chapter 11: Visual Effects
Chapter 12: Application Example: Edutainment Game
Chapter 13: Application Example: Coin Sorting Using a Robot

Book Details

  • Title: Introduction to Video and Image Processing: Building Real Systems and Applications
  • Author:
  • Length: 238 pages
  • Edition: 2012
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2012-01-25
  • ISBN-10: 1447125029
  • ISBN-13: 9781447125020