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Handbook of Computer Vision and Applications. Vol. 1. Sensors and Imaging (AP,1999)(T)(657s).pdf

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HANDBOOKOFCOMPUTERVISIONANDAPPLICATIONSVolumeSensorsandImagingACADEMICPRESSBerndJähneHorstHaußeckerPeterGeißlerHandbookofComputerVisionandApplicationsVolumeSensorsandImagingHandbookofComputerVisionandApplicationsVolumeSensorsandImagingEditorsBerndJähneInterdisciplinaryCenterforScientificComputingUniversityofHeidelberg,Heidelberg,GermanyandScrippsInstitutionofOceanographyUniversityofCalifornia,SanDiegoHorstHau�eckerPeterGei�lerInterdisciplinaryCenterforScientificComputingUniversityofHeidelberg,Heidelberg,GermanyACADEMICPRESSSanDiegoLondonBostonNewYorkSydneyTokyoTorontoThisbookisprintedonacidfreepaperCopyright'byAcademicPressAllrightsreservedNopartofthispublicationmaybereproducedortransmittedinanyformorbyanymeans,electronicormechanical,includingphotocopy,recording,oranyinformationstorageandretrievalsystem,withoutpermissioninwritingfromthepublisherTheappearanceofcodeatthebottomofthe�rstpageofachapterinthisbookindicatesthePublisher’sconsentthatcopiesofthechaptermaybemadeforpersonalorinternaluseofspeci�cclientsThisconsentisgivenonthecondition,however,thatthecopierpaythestatedpercopyfeethroughtheCopyrightClearanceCenter,Inc(RosewoodDrive,Danvers,Massachusetts),forcopyingbeyondthatpermittedbySectionsoroftheUSCopyrightLawThisconsentdoesnotextendtootherkindsofcopying,suchascopyingforgeneraldistribution,foradvertisingorpromotionalpurposes,forcreatingnewcollectiveworks,orforresaleCopyfeesforprechaptersareasshownonthetitlepagesifnofeecodeappearsonthetitlepage,thecopyfeeisthesameasforcurrentchaptersISBN$ACADEMICPRESSADivisionofHarcourtBraceCompanyBStreet,Suite,SanDiego,CAhttp:wwwapnetcomACADEMICPRESSOvalRoad,LondonNWDX,UKhttp:wwwhbukcoukapLibraryofCongressCatalogingInPublicationDataHandbookofcomputervisionandapplicationseditedbyBerndJähne,HorstHaussecker,PeterGeisslerpcmIncludesbibliographicalreferencesandindexesContents:vSensorsandimaging—vSignalprocessingandpatternrecognition—vSystemsandapplicationsISBN–––(set)—ISBN––(v)ISBN–––(v)—ISBN––X(v)Computervision—Handbooks,manualsetcIJähne,Bernd–IIHaussecker,Horst,–IIIGeissler,Peter,–TAH:—dc–CIPPrintedintheUnitedStatesofAmericaDSContentsPrefacexiContributorsxiiiIntroductionBJähneComponentsofavisionsystemImagingsystemsIIlluminationandImageFormationRadiationHHau�eckerIntroductionFundamentalsofelectromagneticradiationRadiometricquantitiesFundamentalconceptsofphotometryThermalemissionofradiationAcousticwavesReferencesInteractionofRadiationwithMatterHHau�eckerIntroductionBasicde�nitionsandterminologyPropertiesrelatedtointerfacesandsurfacesBulkrelatedpropertiesofobjectsReferencesImagingOpticsPGei�lerIntroductionBasicconceptsofgeometricopticsLensesOpticalpropertiesofglassesandothermaterialsAberrationsOpticalimageformationWaveandFourieropticsReferencesvviContentsRadiometryofImagingHHau�eckerIntroductionObservingsurfacesPropagatingradianceRadianceofimagingDetectingradianceConcludingsummaryReferencesIlluminationSourcesandTechniquesHHau�eckerIntroductionNaturalilluminationArti�cialilluminationsourcesIlluminationsetupsReferencesIIImagingSensorsSolidStateImageSensingPSeitzIntroductionFundamentalsofsolidstatephotosensingPhotocurrentprocessingTransportationofphotosignalsElectronicsignaldetectionArchitecturesofimagesensorsCameraandvideostandardsSemiconductortechnologyforimagesensingPracticallimitationsofsemiconductorphotosensorsThefutureofimagesensingConclusionsReferencesHDRCImagersforNaturalVisualPerceptionUSeger,UApel,andBHö�ingerIntroductionLogcompressionatthepixelsiteRandompixelaccessOptimizedSNRbybandwidthcontrolperpixelDatadensityinthelogspaceColorconstancyinthelogspaceDevelopmentoffunctionalityandspatialresolutionReferencesImageSensorsinTFA(ThinFilmonASIC)TechnologyBSchneider,PRieve,andMBöhmIntroductionThin�lmdetectorsContentsviiTFApropertiesanddesignconsiderationsTFAarrayprototypesTFAarrayconceptsConclusionsReferencesPolySiGeBolometersSSedkyandPFioriniOverviewPrincipleofoperationofbolometersMicrobolometerfocalplanearraysBolometermaterialsPolySiGebolometersCharacterizationofpolySiGebolometersConclusionsReferencesHyperspectralandColorImagingBJähneSpectralsignaturesSpectralsamplingmethodsHumancolorvisionReferencesIIITwoDimensionalImagingDynamicFluorescenceImagingDUttenweilerandRHAFinkIntroductionFluorescenceFluorescentindicatorsMicroscopictechniquesAnalysisof�uorescenceimagesSummaryReferencesElectronMicroscopicImageAcquisitionHStegmann,RWepf,andRRSchröderIntroductionElectronspecimeninteractionsTransmissionelectronmicroscopy(TEM)Scanningtransmissionelectronmicroscopy(STEM)AnalyticaltransmissionelectronmicroscopyScanningelectronmicroscopy(SEM)PreparationtechniquesDigitalimageprocessingofelectronmicrographsImagingexamplesReferencesviiiContentsProcessingofUltrasoundImagesinMedicalDiagnosisWAlbertandMPanditIntroductionUltrasoundimagingsystemsProcessingtheBmodeimageExamplesofimageprocessingofBmodeimagesConclusionsandperspectivesReferencesAcousticDaylightImagingintheOceanMJBuckinghamIntroductionThepilotexperimentADONISAcousticdaylightimagesConcludingremarksReferencesTheMultisensorialCameraforIndustrialVisionApplicationsRMassenImagesegmentationwithlittlerobustnessSensorfusionandmultisensorialcameraAfeaturevectorwitheverypixelArealtimethreedimensionallinescancameraArealtimelinescanscattercameraThemultisensorialcolorheightscattercameraCompressingthemultisensorialcamerasignalsTheonechipmultisensorialcameraConclusionReferencesIVThreeDimensionalImagingGeometricCalibrationofDigitalImagingSystemsRGoddingDe�nitionsParametersin�uencinggeometricalperformanceModelofimageformationwiththeaidofopticalsystemsCameramodelsCalibrationandorientationtechniquesPhotogrammetricapplicationsReferencesPrinciplesofThreeDimensionalImagingTechniquesRSchwarte,HHeinol,BBuxbaum,TRingbeck,ZXu,andKHartmannIntroductionBasicprinciplesSomecriteriaandspeci�cationsTriangulationTimeof�ight(TOF)ofmodulatedlightContentsixOpticalInterferometry(OF)OutlookReferencesThreeDimensionalSensors—PotentialsandLimitationsGHäuslerIntroductionWhythreedimensionalsensorsSomeimportantquestionsaboutthreedimensionalsensingTriangulationonopticallyroughsurfacesWhitelightinterferometryonroughsurfacesSummaryConclusionReferencesHighPerformanceSurfaceMeasurementRWMalzIntroductionCloserangephotogrammetrySequentiallightprocessingandinformationtheoryAdvancedselfcalibrationofthreedimensionalsensorsHybridnavigationofthreedimensionalsensorsMobilemeasuringsystem“Ganymed”ConclusionsReferencesThreeDimensionalLightMicroscopyEHKStelzerThreedimensionalmicroscopyTelecentricityTheoryofthreedimensionalimagingConfocalmicroscopyIndexmismatchinge�ectsDevelopmentsinconfocalmicroscopyResolutionversusdistancePerspectivesofthreedimensionallightmicroscopeReferencesMagneticResonanceImaginginMedicineWGSchreiberandGBrixIntroductionBasicmagneticresonancephysicsImageacquisitionandreconstructionImagecontrastFastimagingmethodsOverviewofquantitativeapplicationsReferencesxContentsNuclearMagneticResonanceMicroscopyAHaase,JRu�,andMRokittaIntroductionMethodologyApplicationstoplantstudiesApplicationstoanimalstudiesDiscussionReferencesIndexPrefaceWhatthishandbookisaboutThishandbooko�ersafreshapproachtocomputervisionThewholevisionprocessfromimageformationtomeasuring,recognition,orreactingisregardedasanintegralprocessComputervisionisunderstoodasthehostoftechniquestoacquire,process,analyze,andunderstandcomplexhigherdimensionaldatafromourenvironmentforscienti�candtechnicalexplorationInthissensethehandbooktakesintoaccounttheinterdisciplinarynatureofcomputervisionwithitslinkstovirtuallyallnaturalsciencesandattemptstobridgetwoimportantgapsThe�rstisbetweenmodernphysicalsciencesandthemanynoveltechniquestoacquireimagesThesecondisbetweenbasicresearchandapplicationsWhenareaderwithabackgroundinoneofthe�eldsrelatedtocomputervisionfeelshehaslearnedsomethingfromoneofthemanyotherfacetsofcomputervision,thehandbookwillhaveful�lleditspurposeThehandbookcomprisesthreevolumesThe�rstvolume,SensorsandImaging,coversimageformationandacquisitionThesecondvolume,SignalProcessingandPatternRecognition,focusesonprocessingofthespatialandspatiotemporalsignalacquiredbyimagingsensorsThethirdvolume,SystemsandApplications,describeshowcomputervisionisintegratedintosystemsandapplicationsPrerequisitesItisassumedthatthereaderisfamiliarwithelementarymathematicalconceptscommonlyusedincomputervisionandinmanyotherareasofnaturalsciencesandtechnicaldisciplinesThisincludesthebasicsofsettheory,matrixalgebra,di�erentialandintegralequations,complexnumbers,Fouriertransform,probability,randomvariables,andgraphingWhereverpossible,mathematicaltopicsaredescribedintuitivelyInthisrespectitisveryhelpfulthatcomplexmathematicalrelationscanoftenbevisualizedintuitivelybyimagesForamoreforxixiiPrefacemaltreatmentofthecorrespondingsubjectincludingproofs,suitablereferencesaregivenHowtousethishandbookThehandbookhasbeendesignedtocove

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