Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing

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Prentice Hall, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 569 pages

Presents a thorough overview of the major topics of digital image processing, beginning with the basic mathematical tools needed for the subject. Includes a comprehensive chapter on stochastic models for digital image processing.Covers aspects of image representation including luminance, color, spatial and temporal properties of vision, and digitization. Explores various image processing techniques. Discusses algorithm development (software/firmware) for image transforms, enhancement, reconstruction, and image coding.

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This is a fantastic book. I have read several famous image processing books, and this one is much better than others. It combines information theory with image processing techniques, and provides a lot of valuable insights. I have benefited a lot from reading this book. I love this book. This is a treasure the author left to the research society.  



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Jain, University of Delhi.

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