The Colour Image Processing Handbook

The Colour Image Processing Handbook

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1. The present state and the future of colour image processing; 2. Colour vison; 2.1 What is colous?; 2.2 The visual pathway; 2.3 Light absorption and trichromacy; 2.4 Colour appearance and opponet processes; 2.5 Other phenomena; 2.6 The uses of colour; 3. Colour science; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 The CIE system; 3.3 Colour measurement instruments; 3.4 Uniform colour spaces and colour difference formulas; 3.5 Colour appearance modelling; 4. Colour spaces; 4.1 Basic RGB colour space; 4.2 XYZ colour spae; 4.3 Television colour spaces; 4.4 Opponent colour space; 4.5 Ohta I1I2I3 colour space; 4.6 IHS and related percentual colour spaces; 4.7 Perceptually unifor colour spaces; 4.8 Munsell colour system; 4.9 Kodak Photo YCC colour space; 4.10 Summary of colour space properties. 5. Colour video systems and signals; 5.1 Video communication; 5.2 Colour reproduction; 5.3 Encoded-colour systems; 6. Image sources; 6.1 Overview of sources for image processing; 6.2 Cameras; 7. Practical system considerations; 7.1 Image acquisition technique; 7.2 Image storage; 7.3 Colorimetric calibration of acquisition hardware; 8. Noise removal and contrast enhancement; 8.1 Noise removal; 8.2 Contrast enhancement; 9. Segmentation and edge detection; 9.1 Pixel-based segmentation; 9.2 Region-based segmentation; 9.3 Edge detection and boundary tracking; 9.4 Segmentation adn edge detection quality metrics; 10 Vector filtering; 10.1 the vector median filter; 10.2 Vector direcitonal filters; 10.3 Adaptive vector processing filters; 10.4 Application to colour images; 11. Morphological operations; 11.1 Mathematical morphology; Colour morphology; 11.3 Multiscale image analysis; 11.4 Image enhancement; 12. Frequenci domain methods; 12.1 Review of the 2D discrete Fourier transform; 12.2 Complex chromaticity; 12.3 The quaternion Fourier transform; 12.4 Disicussion; 13. Compression; 13.1 Image and video compression; 13.2 Component-wise still image compression; 13.3 Exploitation of mutual colour component dependencies; 13.4 Colour video comression; 14. Colour management for the textile industry; 14.1 Overviwe of colour flow in the textile industry; 14.2 Colour management systems; 14.3 CRT characterization; 14.4 WYSIWYG colour management; 14.5 Colour notation; 14.6 Colour quality control; 14.7 The colour talk system; 15. Colour management for the graphic arts; 15.1 Overview of the graphic arts environment; 15.2 Colour management systems overview; 15.3 Characterization and calibration of system components; 15.4 Gamut mapping; 15.5 Current colour management systems; 16 Medical imaging case study; 16.1 Wound metrics: the background and motiviation; 16.2 Principle of structured ligh; 16.3 Implementatin of the status of healing; 16.4 Assessment of the status of healing; 16.5 Automatic segmentation of the wound; 16.6 Visualization and storage of data; 17. Industrial colour inspection case studies; 17.1 Inspection of printed card; 17.2 Inspection of fast-moving beverage cans; References; Index.The Colour Image Processing Handbook is the first text to provide a comprehensive survey of the techniques and methods associated with the evolving field of colour image processing.

Title:The Colour Image Processing Handbook
Author:Stephen J. Sangwine, Robin E.N. Horne
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1998-04-30


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