Digital Color Imaging (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
366
Utgivningsdatum
2012-05-11
Upplaga
1
Förlag
ISTE Ltd and John Wiley & Sons Inc
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations, figures
Dimensioner
236 x 160 x 25 mm
Vikt
676 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781848213470
Digital Color Imaging (inbunden)

Digital Color Imaging

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This collective work identifies the latest developments in the field of the automatic processing and analysis of digital color images. For researchers and students, it represents a critical state of the art on the scientific issues raised by the various steps constituting the chain of color image processing. It covers a wide range of topics related to computational color imaging, including color filtering and segmentation, color texture characterization, color invariant for object recognition, color and motion analysis, as well as color image and video indexing and retrieval. Contents 1. Color Representation and Processing in Polar Color Spaces, Jesus Angulo, Sebastien Lefevre and Olivier Lezoray. 2. Adaptive Median Color Filtering, Frederique Robert-Inacio and Eric Dinet. 3. Anisotropic Diffusion PDEs for Regularization of Multichannel Images: Formalisms and Applications, David Tschumperle. 4. Linear Prediction in Spaces with Separate Achromatic and Chromatic Information,Olivier Alata, Imtnan Qazi, Jean-Christophe Burie and Christine Fernandez-Maloigne. 5. Region Segmentation, Alain Clement, Laurent Busin, Olivier Lezoray and Ludovic Macaire. 6. Color Texture Attributes, Nicolas Vandenbroucke, Olivier Alata, Christele Lecomte, Alice Porebski and Imtnan Qazi. 7. Photometric Color Invariants for Object Recognition, Damien Muselet. 8. Color Key Point Detectors and Local Color Descriptors, Damien Muselet and Xiaohu Song. 9. Motion Estimation in Color Image Sequences, Bertrand Augereau and Jenny Benois-Pineau.
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Christine FERNANDEZ-MALOIGNE is Professor at Poitiers University, Manager of Xlim-SIC Laboratory, Chasseneuil, France. Frederique ROBERT-INACIO is Researcher at IM2NP and lecturer at ISEN, Toulon, France. Ludovic MACAIRE is Full Professor at Lille 1 University,LAGIS Laboratory, Villeneuve d'Asq, France.

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Foreword xi Henri Maitre Chapter 1. Color Representation and Processing in Polar Color Spaces 1 Jesus Angulo, Sebastien Lefevre and Olivier Lezoray 1.1. Introduction 1 1.2. The HSI triplet 3 1.3. Processing of hue: a variable on the unit circle 8 1.4. Color morphological filtering in the HSI space 15 1.5. Morphological color segmentation in the HSI space 24 1.6. Conclusion 35 1.7. Bibliography 36 Chapter 2. Adaptive Median Color Filtering 41 Frederique Robert-Inacio and Eric Dinet 2.1. Introduction 41 2.2. Noise 42 2.3. Nonlinear filtering 47 2.4. Median filter: methods derived from vector methods 51 2.5. Adaptive filters 60 2.6. Performance comparison 66 2.7. Conclusion 71 2.8. Bibliography 72 Chapter 3. Anisotropic Diffusion PDEs for Regularization of Multichannel Images: Formalisms and Applications 75 David Tschumperle 3.1. Introduction 75 3.2. Preliminary concepts 80 3.3. Local geometry in multi-channel images 81 3.4. PDEs for multi-channel image smoothing: overview 87 3.5. Regularization and curvature preservation 102 3.6. Numerical implementation 109 3.7. Some applications 112 3.8. Conclusion 116 3.9. Bibliography 116 Chapter 4. Linear Prediction in Spaces with Separate Achromatic and Chromatic Information 123 Olivier Alata, Imtnan Qazi, Jean-Christophe Burie and Christine Fernandez-Maloigne 4.1. Introduction 123 4.2. Complex vector 2D linear prediction 124 4.3. Spectral analysis in the IHLS and L*a*b* color spaces 129 4.4. Application to segmentation of textured color images 136 4.5. Conclusion 145 4.6. Bibliography 146 Chapter 5. Region Segmentation 149 Alain Clement, Laurent Busin, Olivier Lezoray and Ludovic Macaire 5.1. Introduction 149 5.2. Compact histograms 150 5.3. Spatio-colorimetric classification 158 5.4. Segmentation by graph analysis 167 5.5. Evaluation of segmentation methods against a ground truth 181 5.6. Conclusion 186 5.7. Bibliography 187 Chapter 6. Color Texture Attributes 193 Nicolas Vandenbroucke, Olivier Alata, Christele Lecomte, Alice Porebski and Imtnan Qazi 6.1. Introduction 193 6.2. Statistical features 201 6.3. Spatio-frequential features 213 6.4. Stochastic modeling 217 6.5. Color texture classification 223 6.6. Conclusion 232 6.7. Bibliography 233 Chapter 7. Photometric Color Invariants for Object Recognition 241 Damien Muselet 7.1. Introduction 241 7.2. Basic assumptions 246 7.3. Color invariant characteristics 255 7.4. Conclusion 280 7.5. Bibliography 280 Chapter 8. Color Key Point Detectors and Local Color Descriptors 285 Damien Muselet and Xiaohu Song 8.1. Introduction 285 8.2. Color key point and region detectors 286 8.3. Local color descriptors 299 8.4. Conclusion 308 8.5. Bibliography 309 Chapter 9. Motion Estimation in Color Image Sequences 317 Bertrand Augereau and Jenny Benois-Pineau 9.1. Introduction 317 9.2. Extension of classical motion estimation techniques to color image spaces 318 9.3. Apparent motion and vector images 324 9.4. Conclusion 334 9.5. Bibliography 336 Appendix A. Appendix to Chapter 7: Summary of Hypotheses and Color Characteristic Invariances 339 A.1.Bibliography 344 List of Authors 345 Index 349