Electronic Imaging Technology
SPIE Press, 1999 - 432 pages
This text provides an overview of electronic imaging systems, technology, and practical applications. Written by industry experts, its chapters explore a variety of systems and applications ranging from video compression and handwritten word recognition to colour science and hardware architecture.
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Vision and Visualization
Digital Halftoning for Printing and Display
Color Image Processing
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