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Image Processing Education

U. Rajashekar, A.C. Bovik, D. Sage, M. Unser, L.J. Karam, R.L. Lagendijk

Handbook of Image & Video Processing (Second Edition), A. Bovik, Ed., Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam, Kingdom of the Netherlands, pp. 73-95, 2005.



This chapter describes tools and techniques that facilitate a gentle introduction to fascinating concepts in digital image processing from four leading universities. Equipped with informative visualizations and a user-friendly interfaces, these modules are currently being used effectively in a classroom environment for teaching DIP at many universities across the world.


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