Image statistics in visual computing /
Pouli, Tania.
Reinhard, Erik.
Cunningham, Douglas W.
text
Boca Raton : CRC Press,
c2014.
eng
"The statistics of natural images have attracted the attention of researchers in a variety of fields as a means to better understand the human visual system and its processes. A number of algorithms in computer graphics and vision and image processing take advantage of such statistical findings to create visually more plausible results. This book explores the state of the art in image statistics and discusses existing and potential applications within computer graphics and related areas"--
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-339) and index.
I BACKGROUND
1. Introduction
2. The Human Visual System
3. Image Collection and Calibration
II. IMAGE STATISTICS
4. First Order Statistics
5. Gradients, Edges, and Contrast
6. Fourier Analysis
7. Dimensionality Reduction
8. Wavelet Analysis
9. Markov Random Fields
III. BEYOND TWO DIMENSIONS
10. Color T
11. Depth Statistics
12. Time and Motion
A: Basic Definitions
Bibliography
Index.
"The statistics of natural images have attracted the attention of researchers in a variety of fields as a means to better understand the human visual system and its processes. A number of algorithms in computer graphics and vision and image processing take advantage of such statistical findings to create visually more plausible results. This book explores the state of the art in image statistics and discusses existing and potential applications within computer graphics and related areas"--
Computer vision
Computer graphics.
Visual perception.
COMPUTERS / Computer Graphics.
MATHEMATICS / Probability & Statistics / General.