Handbook of Pattern Recognition and Image Processing incorporates the significant advances achieved since the publication of Dr. Youngs highly successful first volume in 1986. Volume 2 emphasizes computervision and three-dimensional shapes-their representation, recovery, recognition, and extraction. Additional topics covered include stereo and robotic vision and motion analysis. All of the fifteen chapters are authored by leading researchers in pattern recognition. Key Features * Covers the methods for 3D shape recovery, including shape from shading, shape from edge and contours, range image analysis, and stereo vision * Presents analysis of 3D motion from an image sequence, including nonrigid motion and human movement * Provides coverage of representation, matching, and recognition of 3D objectsAs a result, humans invented a graphical means drawn on 2D planes for representing 3D shapes by specifying only the edge lines of an object. This convention is used in our daily life and is referred to as line drawings. A major advantage ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of pattern recognition and image processing|
|Author||:||Tzay Y. Young|
|Publisher||:||Academic Pr - 1994|