Digital Holography and Digital Image Processing: Principles, by Leonid Yaroslavsky

By Leonid Yaroslavsky

Electronic holography and electronic photograph processing are twins born by way of laptop period. They percentage foundation, theoretical base, equipment and algorithms. the current publication describes those universal basics rules, tools and algorithms together with photo and hologram digitization, facts compression, electronic transforms and effective computational algorithms, statistical and Monte-Carlo equipment, snapshot recovery and enhancement, photo reconstruction in tomography and electronic holography, discrete sign resampling and snapshot geometrical alterations, exact measurements and trustworthy aim localization in photographs, recording and reconstruction of computing device generated holograms, adaptive and nonlinear filters for sensor sign perfecting and snapshot recovery and enhancement. The publication combines idea, seriously illustrated useful equipment and effective computational algorithms and is written for senior-level undergraduate and graduate scholars, researchers and engineers in optics, photonics, opto-electronics and digital engineering.

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2-7). ------------~ .... Figure 2-7. Rayleigh's criterion ofthe resolving power 30 Chapter 2 Imaging systems described by the convolution integral (Eq. 3) are, in general, not invertible: one can not perfectly restore system input image a(x, y) from the output image a(x, y) . The problem of the restoration belongs to so called inverse problems. Methods for image restoration will be discussed in Ch. 8. In conclusion note that the assumption of imaging system space invariance is most frequently one used in the description and analysis of imaging systems and image restoration.

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