1st Edition

A Selection of Image Processing Techniques From Fundamentals to Research Front

By Yu-Jin Zhang Copyright 2022
    348 Pages 168 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    348 Pages 168 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    A Selection of Image Processing Techniques: From Fundamentals to Research Front focuses on seven commonly used image-processing techniques. These are de-noising, de-blurring, repairing, de-fogging, reconstruction from projection, watermarking, and super-resolution. This book is suitable for readers who do not have a complete foundation in the principles of image technology but need to use image techniques to solve specific tasks in particular applications. Hence, elementary knowledge for further study is provided, allowing the reader to discover suitable techniques for solving practical problems and to learn the latest developments in a specific domain.

    This book offers readers a three-step strategy toward problem solving: first, essential principles, then, a detailed explanation, and finally, a discussion of practical and working techniques for specific tasks. Throughout, the author highlights materials pertaining to the newest developments and trends of the technologies.

    1. Introduction 2. Image De-Noising 3. Image De-Blurring 4. Image Repairing 5. Image De-Fogging 6. Image Reconstruction from Projection 7. Image Watermarking 8. Image Super-Resolution


    Yu-Jin Zhang is a tenured professor of image engineering at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. He earned his PhD in Applied Science from the State University of Liège, Liège, Belgium. He was a post-doc fellow of Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands. He is also a CSIG and SPIE fellow. Dr. Zhang has published 50 books and more than 500 research papers.

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