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.
Current Video Compression Standards
Vision and Visualization
Word Level Processing
Digital Halftoning for Printing and Display
algorithm applications array binary bit map block blue C-Y color space cell character coding color components color image color model contour defined devices digital document digital image display dither dynamic programming enhancement error diffusion example Figure filter frame frequency function gray levels graylevels grayscale image green halftone halftone image handwritten word recognition horizontal HSI color space human visual system IEEE image processing image sensor input image luminance match method modulation motion motion compensation multimedia neighbors NTSC operation optical ordered dither original pattern performed pixel Plate prediction primary colors printer printing processor produce pulse density modulation quantization region represent resampling resolution conversion result RGB color RGB color model RGB color space saturation scanned scanners screen segmentation sequence signal spatial resolution standard string techniques template threshold transformation typically vector vertical video compression visual system wavelength