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Image Processing in Java
     

Image Processing in Java

by Douglas A. Lyon
 

The first image processing "cookbook" for Java!

Image Processing in Java combines the most complete set of real-world Java-based image processing examples ever assembled in one book with a sound theoretical foundation for image processing. An image processing practicum that delivers thoroughly-tested, platform-independent algorithms you can use to build

Overview

The first image processing "cookbook" for Java!

Image Processing in Java combines the most complete set of real-world Java-based image processing examples ever assembled in one book with a sound theoretical foundation for image processing. An image processing practicum that delivers thoroughly-tested, platform-independent algorithms you can use to build Java-based software for virtually any product or research development project.

Coverage includes:

  • Restoration, compression, segmentation, transformation, representation and warping
  • Displaying and filtering images in Java
  • Homogeneous point processing functions and classes
  • Image streams, file readers and writers
  • Direct convolution, edge detection, morphological filtering, boundary processing, and more
  • Designing CODECs and custom image formats
  • Wavelets in Java
  • Multi-resolution image processing

Practical from start to finish, Image Processing in Java is the only book of its kind. And if you want to master image processing using the fastest-growing computer language in history -Java-it's the only book you need.

CD-ROM INCLUDED

The accompanying CD-ROM is PACKED with data and has been tested on Windows, MacOS and UNIX. It contains:

  • original source code not seen elsewhere (over 117 classes)
  • a complete image processing application
  • two graduate-level Java courses taught by the author
  • a large image and image sequence database.

Source code also available on the Internet!

Owners of this book may obtain free access to the author, as well as to the source code for all theexamples by going to ...

Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
Lyon is the director of the Image Sequence Processing Lab in Computer Science at the University of Bridgeport, CT. Drawing on the graduate-level classes in Java he teaches there, Lyon assumes the reader has a background in both mathematics and Java. He explains event processing, displaying and filtering images, image processing, file reading, edge detection, lighting, warping, transformations, and more. Excellent for college and university libraries. Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
Booknews
Explains techniques that enable the rapid deployment and development of algorithms that can help to speed delivery and processing of image data on the Web. The topics include restoration, compression, segmentation, representation, warping, filtering, multi-resolution compression, and custom image formats. Some previous knowledge of Java programming is needed. The CD-ROM contains source code for the Kahindu image processing application. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780139745775
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date:
03/12/1999
Edition description:
BK&CD-ROM
Pages:
574
Product dimensions:
7.04(w) x 9.19(h) x 1.06(d)

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