Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing by Craig Robertson, Robert B. Fisher, Kenneth Dawson-Howe,

By Craig Robertson, Robert B. Fisher, Kenneth Dawson-Howe, Andrew Fitzgibbon, Emanuele Trucco

The definitive advisor for pros operating with laptop imaginative and prescient, snapshot processing and multimedia applications
Developments in laptop imaginative and prescient, photograph research and photograph processing are progressing at a outstanding price. The breadth of purposes is huge, masking a variety of topic components from physics and arithmetic to multimedia communications and biometrics. The Dictionary of desktop imaginative and prescient and snapshot Processing is a sincerely written software for navigating the most recent terminology, techniques and applied sciences in those verified parts of growth.
Capturing a image of the topic via its vocabulary, this dictionary:• offers a finished and authoritative reference for all computer-vision practitioners;• comprises greater than 2,500 key phrases and four hundred illustrations on machine imaginative and prescient, photograph research and snapshot processing;• presents broad cross-referencing to steer the reader via new or much less more often than not encountered terms.
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This figure shows the circle and center of curvature, C , of a curve at point P: C P center of mass: The point within an object at which the force of gravity appears to act. , binary or gray scale) at point xi . center of projection: The origin of the camera reference frame in the pinhole camera model. In such a camera, the projection of a point in space is determined by the line passing through the point itself and the center of projection. See: CENTER OF PROJECTION LENS IMAGE PLANE OPTICAL AXIS SCENE OBJECT center-surround operator: An operator that is particularly sensitive to spot-like image features that have higher (or lower) pixel values in the center than the surrounding areas.

See also non-accidentalness. collimate: To align the optics of a vision system, especially those in a telescopic system. , directional backlighting) is a special form of structured light. A collimator produces light in which all the rays are parallel. Camera Object Optical system Lamp 47 It is used to produce well defined shadows that can be cast directly onto either a sensor or an object. collinearity: The property of lying along the same straight line. collineation: See transformation. projective color: Color is both a physical and psychological phenomenon.

Then the probability that a point x drawn from a d-dimensional Gaussian distribution will have squared norm x 2 less than a value is given by 2 d . 02 0 0 5 10 15 20 |X|2, X ∈ R5 25 30 chi-squared test: A statistical test of the hypothesis that a set of sampled values has been drawn from a given distribution. See also chi-squared distribution. chip sensor: A CCD or other semiconductor based light sensitive imaging device. chord distribution: A 2D shape description technique based on all chords in the shape (that is all pairwise segments between points on the boundary).

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