Real-Time Image and Video Processing presents an overview of the guidelines and strategies for transitioning an image or video processing algorithm from a research environment into a real-time constrained environment. Such guidelines and strategies are scattered in the literature of various disciplines including image processing, computer engineering, and software engineering, and thus have not previously appeared in one place. By bringing these strategies into one place, the book is intended to serve the greater community of researchers, practicing engineers, industrial professionals, who are interested in taking an image or video processing algorithm from a research environment to an actual real-time implementation on a resource constrained hardware platform. These strategies consist of algorithm simplifications, hardware architectures, and software methods. Throughout the book, carefully selected, representative examples from the literature are presented to illustrate the discussed concepts. After reading the book, readers will have a strong understanding of the wide variety of techniques and tools involved in designing a real-time image or video processing system.... but despite these features, the path from MATLAB aquot;.maquot; source files to standard general-purpose languages such as C/CH a h is still quite involved considering that efficient MATLAB vectorized code usually has to be unvectorized or C- callable signal/image processing libraries have to ... Combined with toolkits such as the IMAQ Vision and Advanced Signal Processing, Lab VIEW can be used for rapidanbsp;...
|Title||:||Real-time Image and Video Processing|
|Author||:||Nasser Kehtarnavaz, Mark Noel Gamadia|
|Publisher||:||Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2006-01-01|