Digital Image Processing with C++ (CRC Press)
Monday, 27 March 2023

This book presents the theory of digital image processing, and implementations of algorithms using a dedicated library. David Tschumperle, Christophe Tilmant and Vincent Barra present the mathematical theories underlying digital image processing, as well as their practical implementation through examples of algorithms implemented in the C++ language, using the free and easy-to-use CImg library.


Chapters cover in a broad way the field of digital image processing and proposes practical and functional implementations of each method theoretically described. The main topics covered include filtering in spatial and frequency domains, mathematical morphology, feature extraction and applications to segmentation, motion estimation, multispectral image processing and 3D visualization.

Authors: David Tschumperle, Christophe Tilmant and Vincent Barra
Publisher: CRC Press
Date: March 2023
Pages: 398
ISBN: 978-1032347530
Kindle: B0BWH2X6R6
Audience: Developers interested in image processing
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques 


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