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TitleFundamental Concepts of Digital Image Processing
Author(s)Twogood, R. E.
Publication DateMarch 1983
Report NumberUCRL-88952
Unique IdentifierACC0268
Other NumbersCONF-830334-1; Legacy ID: DE83009808; OSTI ID: 6317564
Research OrgLawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), CA (USA)
Contract NoW-7405-ENG-48
Sponsoring OrgUS Department of Energy (DOE)
Other InformationInternational Symposium on Electrical Imaging in Medicine; 1 Mar 1983; San Antonio, TX, USA
Subject990200 -- Mathematics & Computers; Image Processing -- Uses; Computer Calculations; Computer Graphics; Time Dependence; Two-Dimensional Calculations
KeywordsProcessing
Related Web PagesAllan Cormack, Computerized Axial Tomography [CAT] and Magnetic Resonance Imaging [MRI]
AbstractThe field of a digital-image processing has experienced dramatic growth and increasingly widespread applicability in recent years. Fortunately, advances in computer technology have kept pace with the rapid growth in volume of image data in these and other applications. Digital image processing has become economical in many fields of research and in industrial and military applications. While each application has requirements unique from the others, all are concerned with faster, cheaper, more accurate, and more extensive computation. The trend is toward real-time and interactive operations, where the user of the system obtains preliminary results within a short enough time that the next decision can be made by the human processor without loss of concentration on the task at hand. An example of this is the obtaining of two-dimensional (2-D) computer-aided tomography (CAT) images. A medical decision might be made while the patient is still under observation rather than days later.
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