Digital Image Processing: Mathematical and Computational by J M Blackledge

By J M Blackledge

This authoritative textual content (the moment a part of a whole MSc path) offers mathematical equipment required to explain photos, snapshot formation and varied imaging structures, coupled with the main strategies used for processing electronic photographs. it's according to a direction for postgraduates analyzing physics, digital engineering, telecommunications engineering, info know-how and computing device technology. This booklet relates the tools of processing and reading electronic pictures to the ‘physics’ of imaging structures. Case reports toughen the tools mentioned, with examples of present examine themes.

  • Provides mathematical equipment required to explain photos, snapshot formation and various imaging systems
  • Outlines the main concepts used for processing electronic images
  • Relates the equipment of processing and studying electronic photos to the ‘physics’ of imaging systems

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Problems (i) and (ii) above are the basis for a variety of applications. Examples include the analysis and interpretation of speech signals, imaging the surface of the Earth with Radar, active and passive sonar, investigating the internal structure and composition of the earth using seismic waves and using ultrasound to determine the pathological state of human tissues. In each case, the act of recording the relevant data involves setting up an experiment with a given instrument function and certain noise statistics.

This function is known generally as the object function and our fundamental imaging equation can be written in the form data = (point spread function) convolved (object function) + noise This equation is known as the imaging equation. It is based on a mathematical description for a the wavefield that is the result of single or weak scattering 8 INTRODUCTION alone in which multiple scattering is (assumed to be) negligible. This basis for the imaging equation is explored in Part II. The exact form of the point spread function depends upon the type and properties of the imaging system whereas the form of the object function depends upon the type of physical interaction that takes place.

Problems (i) and (ii) above are the basis for a variety of applications. Examples include the analysis and interpretation of speech signals, imaging the surface of the Earth with Radar, active and passive sonar, investigating the internal structure and composition of the earth using seismic waves and using ultrasound to determine the pathological state of human tissues. In each case, the act of recording the relevant data involves setting up an experiment with a given instrument function and certain noise statistics.

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