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Computer Imaging: Digital Image Analysis and Processing Hardcover – 27 Jan 2005


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Great book to learn about computer vision and image processing! 16 July 2005
By Elec/Computer Engr Professor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is the perfect mix of theory and practical techniques to learn how to develop applications in the imaging field. I have used it in my classes and it is an excellent textbook. The CVIPtools software environment that comes with the book is great for exploring imaging concepts and really gives the students some valuable experience in the field. The programming experience they gain is directly applicable - I have had graduate students who have completed their research using CVIPtools. The book is well organized and the exercises are very useful to both the teacher and the students. The exercises include analytical problems, tutorials using the software and programming exercises. The tutorials are wonderfully instructive. I find the students respond to being able to apply the algorithms and see the results immediately, as they vary parameters and explore various possibilities. This also makes the lectures much more interesting and allows the instructor to create an active learning environment. If you have Dr. Umbaugh's previous book, you will find the new material on feature extraction and pattern classification to be very useful for the computer vision courses, and the new material on visual perception very useful for the digital image processing courses. Many new algorithms and an update of the previous material make this book a necessary addition to your imaging library. The new CVIPtools for Windows is a great improvement over the previous UNIX versions. The Solutions Manual and the PowerPoint slides are a great help for those of us who teach in the imaging field. I use the book for two courses - Computer Vision and Digital Image Processing. I highly recommend this book to any teacher who needs a great book to teach with, or to any student, engineer or scientist who wants to learn about imaging on their own. This book is an invaluable resource.
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Very informative on basic concepts 19 May 2007
By Steve R. Surbrook - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book provides a very good overview of basic concepts of computer imaging. It approaches the subject without using example code, and this is actually its strength. The author shows the common techniques and math associated with the most popular computer imaging algorithms. After reading this book, the terms and concepts will no longer be a mystery, and if you know how to program, this book provides a good functional basis to apply the knowledge.
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