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Fisher R.B., Perkins S., Walker A., Wolfart E. Hypermedia Image Processing 2

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Fisher R.B., Perkins S., Walker A., Wolfart E. Hypermedia Image Processing 2
2004, -1762 pp.
Расширение HIPR c поддержкой Java
HIPR2 is made available to the world for free over the WWW. Most of it was developed with a variety of public funding and so the public should get it for free.
Some users may desire a personal copy on CD or by a full site download. Maybe in the future we can do something about this.
Meanwhile .
The original HYPERMEDIA IMAGE PROCESSING REFERENCE (aka HIPR) is largely identical to HIPR2 except that it does not have any of the JAVA. HIPR was published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd, and is still for sale. Please contact them if you wish to purchase the version without JAVA.
The Hypermedia Image Processing Reference (HIPR) was developed at the Department of Artificial Intelligence in the University of Edinburgh in order to provide a set of computer-based tutorial materials for use in taught courses on image processing and machine vision. The package provides on-line reference and tutorial information on a wide range of image processing operations, extensively illustrated with actual digitized images, and bound together in a hypermedia format for easy browsing, searching and cross-referencing. Amongst the features offered by HIPR are:
Reference information on around 50 of the most common classes of image processing operations in use today.
Detailed descriptions of how each operation works.
Guidelines for the use of each operation, including their particular advantages and disadvantages, and suggestions as to when they are appropriate.
Example input and output images for each operation illustrating typical results. The images are viewable on screen and are also available to the student as an image library for further exploration using an image processing package. A large number of student exercises.
Encyclopedic glossary of common image processing concepts and terms, cross-referenced with the image processing operation reference.
Bibliographic information.
Tables of equivalent operators for several common image processing packages: VISILOG, Khoros, the Matlab image processing toolbox and HIPS.
Software and detailed instructions for editing and extending the structure of HIPR.
The motivation behind HIPR is to bridge the gap between image processing textbooks which provide good technical detail, but do not generally provide very high quality or indeed very many example images; and image processing software packages which readily provide plenty of interactivity with real images and real computers, but often lack much in the way of a tutorial component.
By providing example input and output images for all the image processing operations covered, and making these easily available to the student through the use of hypermedia, HIPR presents image processing in a much more 'hands on' fashion than is traditional. It is the authors' belief that this approach is essential for gaining real understanding of what can be done with image processing. In addition, the use of hypertext structure allows the reference to be eficiently searched, and crossreferences can be followed at the click of a mouse button. Since the package can easily be provided over a local area network, the information is readily available at any suitably equipped computer connected to that network.
Another important goal of the package was that it should be usable by people using almost any sort of computer platform, so much consideration has been given to portability issues. The package should be suitable for many machine architectures and operating systems, including UNIX workstations, PC/Windows and Apple Macintosh.
User Guide
Introduction to HIPR
How to Use HIPR
Advanced Topics
Local Information
Image Processing Operator Worksheets
Image Arithmetic
Point Operations
Geometric Operations
Image Analysis
Morphology
Digital Filters
Feature Detectors
Image Transforms
Image Synthesis
Other User Information and Resources
A A to Z of Image Processing Concepts
B Common Software Implementations
C HIPRscript Reference Manual
D Bibliography
E Acknowledgements
F The HIPR Copyright
G User License
H About the Authors
I The Image Library
J Order form
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