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Programmers and software engineers are always in need of newer techniques and algorithms to manipulate and interpret images, whether they are working with MRI data, computer animation or satellite images. During the last several years, advances in the computer hardware and software have lead to algorithms and programming languages that allow for relatively sophisticated im Programmers and software engineers are always in need of newer techniques and algorithms to manipulate and interpret images, whether they are working with MRI data, computer animation or satellite images. During the last several years, advances in the computer hardware and software have lead to algorithms and programming languages that allow for relatively sophisticated image processing among non-mathematicians. This book is an accessible cookbook of algorithms for some of today's most wanted image processing applications including morphing, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), and Symbol Recognition, that will save graphics programmers from many hours of lengthy mathematical solutions. Includes CD-ROM with... * Complete code for examples in the book * A gallery of images illustrating the results of advanced techniques * Free GNU C compiler-- allows readers to run source code regardless of platform.


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Programmers and software engineers are always in need of newer techniques and algorithms to manipulate and interpret images, whether they are working with MRI data, computer animation or satellite images. During the last several years, advances in the computer hardware and software have lead to algorithms and programming languages that allow for relatively sophisticated im Programmers and software engineers are always in need of newer techniques and algorithms to manipulate and interpret images, whether they are working with MRI data, computer animation or satellite images. During the last several years, advances in the computer hardware and software have lead to algorithms and programming languages that allow for relatively sophisticated image processing among non-mathematicians. This book is an accessible cookbook of algorithms for some of today's most wanted image processing applications including morphing, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), and Symbol Recognition, that will save graphics programmers from many hours of lengthy mathematical solutions. Includes CD-ROM with... * Complete code for examples in the book * A gallery of images illustrating the results of advanced techniques * Free GNU C compiler-- allows readers to run source code regardless of platform.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Franck Chauvel

    As the title says, this is about image processing. I liked Parker's approach: he starts with basic image processing techniques to spot edges, boundaries, etc. and gradually introduces more challenging task: object detection and object recognition and classification. The book ends with a glimpse at high performance and parallel computing. Overall, I think this reads very well. I especially appreciated how Parker tries to convey intuitions beyond formulas (there are a few here). I think this is a v As the title says, this is about image processing. I liked Parker's approach: he starts with basic image processing techniques to spot edges, boundaries, etc. and gradually introduces more challenging task: object detection and object recognition and classification. The book ends with a glimpse at high performance and parallel computing. Overall, I think this reads very well. I especially appreciated how Parker tries to convey intuitions beyond formulas (there are a few here). I think this is a very good introduction for those new to image processing and computer vision.

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