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Principles of Digital Image Processing

Advanced Methods

Burger, Wilhelm, Burge, Mark J.

2013, XIII, 369 p. 131 illus., 112 illus. in color.

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“The book is well written. The English is clear. The background for the algorithms are clearly explained. … This book does a good job of describing the advanced topics. The narrative discusses the implementation of the algorithms. The topics are deliberately described with the goal of explaining the material to an advanced level reader … . it has many good elements and is worth considering for reference or for a course.” (Elisa H. Barney Smith, IAPR Newsletter, Vol. 36 (2), April, 2014)



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