Image Processing in Java (Prentice Hall (engl. Titel))

Image Processing in Java Prentice Hall engl Titel Explains techniques that enable the rapid deployment and development of algorithms that can help to speed delivery and processing of image data on the Web The topics include restoration compression

  • Title: Image Processing in Java (Prentice Hall (engl. Titel))
  • Author: Douglas A. Lyon
  • ISBN: 0139745777
  • Page: 102
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  • Explains techniques that enable the rapid deployment and development of algorithms that can help to speed delivery and processing of image data on the Web The topics include restoration, compression, segmentation, representation, warping, filtering, multi resolution compression, and custom image formats Some previous knowledge of Java programming is needed The CD ROM contains source code for the Kahindu image processing application Annotation c by Book News, Inc Portland, Or.

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    1. If you were to design an IP system, you d use classes with names like Image, Color, Filter, LUTFilter, Histogram or something remotely resembling that, right Not here If anything this book is an exercise in completely ignoring the problem domain wrt OO Design The functionality of the system is hidden, like intentionally encrypted, in a GUI hierarchy of Frames.Ever been behind someone trying to go past who not only wouldn t move, but seemed to know you were behind him and just stood still out of [...]

    2. I am among those amteurs who fancy image processing a lot I readily recommend this book to the reader community and so also for the java programmers This book is unique in its own sense I do not want to reinvent the wheel, this nook is ideal for me It clears the basic fundamental about the image processing and how to use java for the same The journey throught the book will give u the idea of how exhaustive this book is in term of image processing algorithms and easier ways of implementing it I p [...]

    3. It is good that this book does not use Swing.Swing is slow Also, it is good that this book does not use Java2D Java2D is not available on all platforms If the book used Java2d, it would not work under Mac or Linux.The large class library is easy to use in other programs.Many of the algorithms are difficult to implement on your own This book can save lots of time.Kahindu itself is a large program The nested inheritance structure makes adding features easier.

    4. This sentance from the book s forward sumarizes this book well This may not be the very best book that will ever be written on image processing in Java, but it is the FIRST book Don t look to this as a how to book It is of an academic treatise on image processing fundementals As such, it is a valuable reference manual.

    5. Any professional would agree that this book was poorlywritten Further, the source code which is what I bought the bookfor is poorly written and poorly commented I would recommend Digital Image Processing Using Java by Nick Efford I haven t read it yet, but it s new and can t be any worse than Douglas Lyon s book.

    6. I was so excited to see this title as I am struggling with some interesting image processing problems in Java but I m afraid it will be the first book I return It says Java 2.0 compatible in red on the cover, and stricly speaking it is as is all Java 1 code , but it doesn t use any of Swing or Graphics2d Code developed with this as a base will have to be ported as the book itself admits around page 377.The OO design is also poor most everything extends Frames the final class developed is at the [...]

    7. This book must have taken a lot of work The algorithms described have all be implemented by the author Unlike classic image processing textbooks that I have seen, every algorithm actually works This is NOT a theory book, yet it contains the foundations needed for graduate level work.

    8. The work on Martelli algorithms was a real discovery Gosh, that is old stuff, but a fresh treatment I also enjoyed the color morphological image processing This is really new stuff All in all, a unique presentation, never before seen algorithms, and all in Java Well done.

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