# Fb2 Image Processing--Continuous to Discrete: Geometric, Transform, and Statistical Methods ePub

## by Edward R. Dougherty

Category: | Engineering |

Subcategory: | Engineering and Transport |

Author: | Edward R. Dougherty |

ISBN: | 013453283X |

ISBN13: | 978-0134532837 |

Language: | English |

Publisher: | Prentice Hall (January 1, 1987) |

Pages: | 480 |

Fb2 eBook: | 1502 kb |

ePub eBook: | 1603 kb |

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Morphological Methods in Image and Signal Processing. Aniruddha Datta, Edward R. Dougherty. Mathematical Methods for Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems.

Morphological Methods in Image and Signal Processing. Edward R. Dougherty, Charles R. Giardina.

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Image processing - continuous to discrete. Volume I: Geometric, transform, and statistical methods.

A standardized, mathematically rigorous, efficient algebraic system designed specifically for image manipulation does not exist. This report, Image Algebra, Phase 1, develops a standardized mathematically structure for the basis of image processing algorithms and techniques. Image processing - continuous to discrete.

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Instead an orthonormal projection method is used to represent the transformed image by an. .Image processing - continous to discrete - Vo. : Geometric, transform and statistical methods.

Instead an orthonormal projection method is used to represent the transformed image by an arbitrary number of Fourier coefficients. The Fourier coefficients provide a feature space from which a number of features can be selected for the purpose of texture discrimination.

R. Dougherty and C. R. Giardina,Image s to Discrete, Volume 1: Geometric Transform and Statistical Methods, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1987. Z. Zhou, Morphological skeleton representation and shape recognition, Thesis of Master of Applied Science, University of Toronto, Jan. 1988. S. Sternberg, Parallel architecture for image processing, inReal Time/Parallel Computering (M. Onoe, K. Preston, and A. Rosenfeld, ed., Plenum, New York, 1981, pp. 347–359.

Continuous-Discrete Conversion Methods. The ZOH block generates the continuous-time input signal u(t) by holding each sample value u(k) constant over one sample period

Relationship between the (continuous) Fourier transform and the discrete . In image processing, the samples can be the values of pixels along a row or column of a raster image.

Relationship between the (continuous) Fourier transform and the discrete Fourier transform. Left column: A continuous function (top) and its Fourier transform (bottom). Center-left column: Periodic summation of the original function (top). In mathematics, the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) converts a finite sequence of equally-spaced samples of a function into a same-length sequence of equally-spaced samples of the discrete-time Fourier transform (DTFT), which is a complex-valued function of frequency.