This book presents a wide spectrum of applications where image analysis has been successfully employed, providing the reader with an insight into the merits or demerits of a particular technique. It deals with the domain of graphics recognition, document analysis, and map data interpretation.
Table of Contents
1. Document-Analysis Systems and Techniques 2. A Graphics-Recognition System for Interpretation of Line Drawings 3. Automation Recognition of Engineering Drawings and Maps 4. Image-Analysis Techniques for Geographic Information Systems 5. Digital Image Processing and Three-Dimensional Reconstruction in the Basic Neurosciences 6. Applying Digital Processing Methods in the Analysis of Retinal Structure 7. Visual Perception Using a Blackboard Architecture 8. Analysis of High-Resolution Aerial Images 9. Image Formation and Characterization for Three-Dimensional Vision 10. Enhancement of Fingerprints Using Digital and Optical Techniques 11. The Digital Morphological Sampling Theorem