Vision in Man and Machine.

McGraw Hill, NY 1985, later printing; 574 pages, Index, References, illustrations and photographs.

Condition: Very Good hardcover in Very Good pictorial dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector. Some shelfwear to jacket; binding is sound and secure, pages are clean, unmarked.

Price: $10.00

Item Description

Contents includes Sections with multiple chapters in each -- introduction, psychophysics and neurophysiology, computer vision, an example of computer image processing;

Computer Vision Systems - creating the pictorial information system, sensors and digitizers, the image processor;

Biological Vision Systems - the optical system, electrooptical receptors, the visual pathway, signal coding and processing;

Biological signal processing

Edge Detection - feature detection in animals, characteristics of edges, parallel scanning methods, sequential scanning methods;

Spatial- and Frequency-Domain Processing - image coding etc; Color; Organization and Aggregation; texture; Shape - space-domain techniques, scalar transform techniques, etc

Bibliography and references at ends of Sections.