Anil K. Jain’s Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing, published by Prentice Hall, is a comprehensive book for Computer Science Engineering students who have opted the subject as an elective. It comprises of chapters that discuss concepts like Two-dimensional Systems and Mathematical Preliminaries, Image Perception, Image Sampling and Quantization, Image Transforms, Image Representation by Stochastic Models, Image Enhancement, Image Filtering and Restoration, Image Analysis and Computer Vision, Image Reconstruction from Projections and Image Data Compression. It consists of the fundamentals in representation, processing, techniques and communication in Digital Image Processing. Algorithmic Development for image transforms, reconstruction, enhancement and image coding are also detailed. Apart from explaining the necessary mathematical tools, the book also explains various features of image representation such as colour, luminance, special and temporal properties, vision and digitization.
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Prentice Hall is an educational books publishing house which is owned by Pearson PLC. It was founded in the year 1913. It exclusively develops and published both books and online resources for grade 6 to 12 and also for higher education students. Their e-service is through the name Safari Books Online. Some of the books published by Prentice Hall are Magruder's American Government, Biology, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, ANSI Common Lisp andThe C Programming Language.