The book first outlines the theoretical framework underpinning the study of digital image processing with particular reference to those needed for line image processing. The theoretical tools in the first part of the book set the stage for the second and third parts, where low-level binary image processing is addressed and then intermediate level processing of binary line images is studied. The book concludes with some practical applications of this work by reviewing some industrial and software applications (engineering drawing storage and primitive extraction, fingerprint compression).
- Outlines the theoretical framework underpinning the study of digital image processing with particular reference to binary line image processing- Addresses low-level binary image processing, reviewing a number of essential characteristics of binary digital images and providing solution procedures and algorithms- Includes detailed reviews of topics in binary digital image processing with up-to-date research references in relation to each of the problems under study- Includes some practical applications of this work by reviewing some common applications- Covers a range of topics, organised by theoretical field rather than being driven by problem definitions
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Stéphane Marchand-Maillet is affiliated with the Department of Multimedia Communications at Institut Eurecom, Sophia-Antipolis, France - a consortium between academic and industrial partners.
Sharaiha, Yazid M.
Yazid M. Sharaiha received his B.Sc. (Eng) and PhD (1991)from Imperial College, London. He also holds Master degrees in Engineering (1987) and Management Science (1988) from University of California, Berkeley and Imperial College respectively. He was a University Lecturer in Information Management at Imperial College from 1991 to 1997. He is currently a visiting fellow at Imperial College and working in Quantitative Strategies at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. His research publications and interests include combinatorial optimisation, graph theory, computational geometry, and their applications in image analysis, scheduling and financial modeling.