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In the areas of image processing and computer vision, there is a particular need for software that can, given an unfocused or motion-blurred image, infer the three-dimensional shape of a scene. This book describes the analytical processes that go into designing such software, delineates the options open to programmers, and presents original algorithms. Written for readers with interests in image processing and computer vision and with backgrounds in engineering, science or mathematics, this highly practical text/reference is accessible to advanced students or those with a degree that includes basic linear algebra and calculus courses.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In the areas of image processing and computer vision, there is a particular need for software that can, given an unfocused or motion-blurred image, infer the three-dimensional shape of a scene. This book describes the analytical processes that go into designing such software, delineates the options open to programmers, and presents original algorithms. Written for readers with interests in image processing and computer vision and with backgrounds in engineering, science or mathematics, this highly practical text/reference is accessible to advanced students or those with a degree that includes basic linear algebra and calculus courses.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 249
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. März 2007
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781846286889
  • Artikelnr.: 37349645
Autorenporträt
Images contain information about the spatial properties of the scene they depict. When coupled with suitable assumptions, images can be used to infer three-dimensional information. This useful volume concentrates on motion blur and defocus, which can be exploited to infer the 3-D structure of a scene as well as its radiance properties and which in turn can be used to generate novel images with better quality. The book presents a coherent analytical framework for the analysis and design of algorithms to estimate 3-D shape from defocused and motion blurred images, and to eliminate defocus and motion blur to yield "restored" images. It further provides a collection of algorithms that are optimal with respect to the chosen model and estimation criterion.
Inhaltsangabe
Basic models of image formation.- Some analysis: When can 3-D shape be reconstructed from blurred images?.- Least-squares shape from defocus.- Enforcing positivity: Shape from defocus and image restoration by minimizing I-divergence.- Defocus via diffusion: Modeling and reconstruction.- Dealing with motion: Unifying defocus and motion blur.- Dealing with multiple moving objects.- Dealing with occlusions.- Final remarks.
Rezensionen
"This book presents a framework for estimating three-dimensional (3D) shapes from defocused and motion-blurred images. The book systematically describes various problems involved in estimating 3D shapes, and provides solutions to these problems... The book is well-written, and is equipped with Matlab code that implements the estimators presented in the chapters... I recommend this book to engineers in image processing and computer vision. Readers will learn state-of-the-art methods for shape restoration." (Hsun-Hsien Chang, ACM Computing Reviews, Vol. 49 (9), September 2008)