The volume Mathematics of Digital Images: Creation, Compression, Restoration, Recognition explains the mathematics needed to carry out various aspects of digital imaging through examples, exercises with solutions, pseudocode and sample calculations on images. Suitable for a course or tutorial, the 866-page book is targeted to those working in machine vision, remote sensing, image processing, computer vision, and biomedical imaging or diagnosis. It covers plane geometry, pattern-generating symmetries, 3-D rotation and reflection matrices, and discrete and continuous Fourier transform. References are provided. S.G. Hoggar; Cambridge University Press, UK, 2006; $80.
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