Advances in Digital Image Processing: Theory, Application, by E. Klein, H. J. Metz (auth.), Peter Stucki (eds.)

By E. Klein, H. J. Metz (auth.), Peter Stucki (eds.)

Digital picture processing, initially proven to investigate and increase lunar photos, is quickly turning out to be right into a wealth of latest appli­ cations, a result of huge, immense technical development made in laptop engineering. at the moment, crucial fields of progress seem to emerge within the parts of clinical picture processing (i. e. tomography, thermography), earth source stock (i. e. land utilization, minerals), place of work automation (i. e. rfile garage, retrieval and copy) and business creation (i. e. machine imaginative and prescient for mechanical ro­ bots). presently, emphasis is being shifted from signal-processing re­ seek and design-innovation actions in the direction of competitively priced process implementations for interactive electronic picture processing. For the years forward, tendencies in desktop engineering point out nonetheless extra advances in huge Scale Integration (LSI) and Input/Output (I/O) applied sciences permitting the implementation of robust parallel and/or dispensed processor architectures for real-time processing of excessive­ answer achromatic and colour photographs. In view of the various new advancements within the box of electronic photograph processing and spotting the significance of discussing those advancements among key scientists that would utilize them, ffiM Germany subsidized a world symposium on 'Advances in electronic snapshot Processing', held at undesirable Neuenahr, Federal Republic of Germany, September 26 - 28, 1978. The curiosity proven during this symposium inspired the publi­ cation of the papers offered during this quantity of the ffiM study Symposium Series.

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The size of the data memory is equal to the order of the system in the 1D case; it depends on the signal in the 2D case. 5. 9) the size of the sequences at the output is we assume {u(k)} in general, this property effects always larger than that at the input, if and {u(t 1 ,t 2 )} to be of finite length. Since, assumption does not hold in the 1D case, this the 2D case only. H. W. SCHUESSLER 44 2D 1D Input sequences: function of size a time variable k not nec. limited k E finite Z System: variant or invariant in time in space causality necessary not necessary Description by impulse response state equations difference equation transfer function Types of Systems Recursive (IIR) Nonrecursive (FIR) Size of the memory (Order of the System) Size of output sequences Table 1 does not depend on th;-;ignal depends on the signal in general unlimited Comparison of 1D- and 2D systems In spite of the fact, that these main differences are usually ignored due to their possibly minor influence, another approach is of interest, which takes into account the special properties of the 2D input sequences.

W. J0 0 0 0 Fig. 15) Figure 5 illustrates the processing for n 1=2 and n 2=3. A system with linear phase is of special interest for image processing. We get it for example with the symmetrical impulse response but there are other possibilities. A1) A1=5 A1=5 Fig. 5 Processing by a Nonrecursive System with n 1=2, n 2 =3. In summary we can compare 1D and 2D systems and their treatment as shown in Table 1. The main differences are: 1. In 1D systems we handle usually sequences of infinite length, while in 2D systems, at least if we process images, the sequences are of limited length in practical cases.

Figure 1 shows the signal flow graph of the direct structure in its first form. The state variables are indicated. 1 1 u(z) 1 1 bo b, z-, 1 Xn(z) -co z-' -c, b2 bn _ 2 - -c n- 2 z -, 1 Xn-,(Z) 1 Xz(z) bn Z·1 1 X,(z) -en _, 1 y( zl 1 1 Fig. =1 b 2A z 2 + bnz + bOA HA(z) = z 2 + cnz + cOl. 19) ( 1. 20) A 10 APPROACH TO 20-SIGNAL PROCESSING 1 u(Z) 1 1 bo, bZ1 1 b02 b" 1 Z-1 Z-1 X2(z) -C 01 37 1 Z-1 b12 1 Z-1 -C 12 -C O2 -C" 1 X 3(z) X4(z) X,(z) 2 - bOl bH z-, 1 z-, Xn(z) -COL 1 Fig. 2 b2L 1 Xn_,(z) 1 V( z) -C1l 1 The cascade form of a recursive system the transfer function of a subsystem of second order.

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