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Machine vision comprises three integrated processes: acquisition, preprocessing, and image analysis. While many resources discuss application-specific image analysis, there has been no unified account of image acquisition hardware and preprocessing, until now. This book is a comprehensive, exhaustive reference text detailing every aspect of acquisition and preprocessing, from the illumination of a scene to the optics of image forming, from CCD and CMOS image capture to the transformation of the captured image. This book bridges the gaps between hardware and software on one hand and theory and applications on the other. With its detailed coverage of imaging hardware and derivations of preprocessing kernels, it is an invaluable design reference for students, researchers, application and product engineers, and systems integrators.
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