Computer Vision (Dana H. Ballard, et al)

 
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Computer Vision (Dana H. Ballard, et al)

This book offers a practical introduction to Python-based computer vision.

The creation of explicit, meaningful descriptions of physical objects from photographs is known as computer vision. Image processing, which examines image-to-image transformations rather than explicit description creation, is fundamentally different from image understanding.

For an object to be recognized, manipulated, and thought about, a description must first exist. The book assumes some knowledge of mathematics and computing in several sections (calculus, linear algebra, data structures, and numerical methods).

However, the book prioritizes notions over mathematical accuracy. Our goal is to reach as many people as possible with a certain set of concepts regarding a brand-new topic.

Ebook Details

Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
First edition (May 1982)
Hardcover
544 pages
eBook Format
PDF (539 pages, 140 MB)
Language
English
ISBN-10
0131653164
ISBN-13
978-0131653160

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