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NO YES. Image Processing: Dealing with Texture. Selected type: Hardcover. Added to Your Shopping Cart. View on Wiley Online Library. This is a dummy description. Self-contained text covering practical image processing methods and theory for image texture analysis. Table of contents Preface. What is texture? Why are we interested in texture?
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How do we cope with texture when texture is a nuisance? How does texture give us information about the material of the imaged object? Are there non-optical images? What is the meaning of texture in non-optical images? What is the albedo of a surface? Can a surface with variable albedo appear non-textured?
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Why are we interested in binary textures? What is this chapter about? Are there any generic tools appropriate for all types of texture? Can we at least distinguish classes of texture?
Which are the texture classes? Which tools are appropriate for each type of texture? What is a shape grammar? Shape grammars. What happens if the placement of the primitive pattern is not regular?
What happens if the primitive pattern itself is not always the same? What happens if the primitive patterns vary in a continuous way? What is a 2D Boolean model? How can we draw random numbers according to a given probability density function? What is a Poisson process?
How can we use the 2D Boolean model to describe a binary texture? How can we estimate some aggregate parameters of the 2D Boolean model? How can we estimate some individual parameters of the 2D Boolean model? What is the simplest possible primitive pattern we may have in a Boolean model? What is a 1D Boolean model? How may the 1D Boolean model be used to describe textures? How can we create 1D strings from a 2D image?