Revised and expanded second edition, enabling the R&D engineer to grasp the theory and develop algorithms for tomorrow's cutting edge applications.
1. Two-Dimensional Signals and Systems 2. Sampling in Two Dimensions 3. Two-Dimensional Systems and Z-Transforms 4. 2-D Discrete-Space Transforms 5. Two-Dimensional Filter Design 6. Image Perception and Sensing 7. Image Enhancement and Analysis 8. Image Estimation and Restoration 9. Digital Image Compression 10. Three-Dimensional and Spatiotemporal Processing 11. Digital Video Processing 12. Digital Video Compression 13. Video Transmission over Networks
"For electrical and computer engineering students in their first or second year of graduate school, Woods (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York) presents a textbook for a course in digital image and video processing and coding. Students should have completed an undergraduate digital signal processing course and a course in probability. Some sections require knowledge of random processes and information theory, though this second edition introduces them. Among the topics are sampling in two dimensions, image perception and sensing, image estimation and restoration, three dimensional and spatiotemporal processing, and video transmission over networks." --SciTech Book News