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Human vision, visual processing, and digital display IV

1-4 February 1993, San Jose, California
  • 640 Pages
  • 1.51 MB
  • English

SPIE , Bellingham, Wash., USA
Image processing -- Digital techniques -- Congresses., Video display terminals -- Congresses., Visual perception -- Congre
StatementJan P. Allebach, Bernice E. Rogowitz chairs/editors ; sponsored by IS&T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology, SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
SeriesSPIE proceedings series -- v. 1913, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 1913.
ContributionsAllebach, Jan P., Rogowitz, Bernice Ellen, 1951-, IS & T--the Society for Imaging Science and Technology., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 640 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15318904M
ISBN 100819411469
LC Control Number93083554

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Rogowitz ; Jan P. Allebach *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library. The book is organized into five sections. The first section, comprising chapters one and two, is titled “Introduction to Digital Image Processing and Analysis.” Chapter one is a concise description of the digital image-processing field that the author divides into computer-vision applications and human-vision by: 2.

This book provides an in-depth coverage of the technologies, applications, and trends in the rapidly emerging field of interactive displays enabled by natural human-interfaces. Key features: Provides a definitive reference reading on all the touch technologies used in interactive displays, including their advantages, limitations, and future Human vision.

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See [9–11] for a more detailed discussion of biological vision systems and the visual processing tasks performed by these systems. Glasses and corrective lenses won’t correct a visual processing issue. A child can have perfect vision and still struggle.

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One third of the cortical area of the human brain is dedicated to visual information processing. Digital image processing, as a computer-based technology, carries out automatic processing. The aim is to build computational models similar to human vision in order to solve tough problems for many potential applications including object recognition, unmanned vehicle navigation, and image and video coding and processing.

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Experimental studies of the human visual system (HVS) have shown that the eye's sensitivity to a visual stimulus strongly depends upon the spatial frequency contents of this stimulus. Similar observations have been made about other mammals.

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Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Department of Psychology Technology Square, Cambridge MA For human vision to be explained by a computational theory, the first question is plain: What are the problems the brain solves when we see.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Sampling, quantization, and visual quality --Using human visual models to develop and evaluate halftoning algorithms --Algorithms for image coding and processing based on visual models --Color image perception, coding, and display --Higher-level vision:.

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume DCT quantization matrices optimized for individual images. In: Proceedings of Human Vision Processing and Digital Display IV, vol.pp. – Rushmeier, H.: A new representation of the contrast sensitivity function for human vision.

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In: Proceedings of the. display technologies, namely, spatial vision, fl icker fusion, and color vision. W e do not discuss many aspects of visual perception such as binocular visual perception, shape and form. Hence, vision is the most important sensor (compared to the other sensors for hearing, smell, touch or taste) of a normal human being.

Since, the output of a multimedia system is generally viewed through our visual system, it is important to know the characteristics of the human visual system (HVS).

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The rapid spread of digital imaging systems poses an important new challenge: optimizing their performance with respect to the capture, display, storage and transmission of visual information. 3D-Display Technologies 79 Stereoscopic Video 82 Multi-View Video 83 Digital-Video Applications 85 Digital TV 85 Digital Cinema 89 Video Streaming over the Internet 92 Computer Vision and Scene/Activity Understanding 95 Image and Video Quality 96 Visual Artifacts help a human observer perceive the visual information in an image.

Therefore, it is important to understand the human visual system. • The human visual system consists mainly of the eye (image sensor or camera), optic nerve (transmission path), and brain (image information processing unit or .Data visualization is an interdisciplinary field that deals with the graphic representation of is a particularly efficient way of communicating when the data is numerous as for example a Time an academic point of view, this representation can be considered as a mapping between the original data (usually numerical) and graphic elements (for example, lines or points in a chart).