The book focuses attention on the development of optically implementable frequency domain algorithms that may be exploited to enhance the performance of optical information processing systems. The objective of filtering is to overcome limitations in performance that are generated by problems relating to input image distortion, noise, clutter, discrimination, object localisation, accuracy, multi-class recognition and optical efficiency. The methods and architectures reported will be of great interest to researchers and industrial companies building systems for industrial inspection, security and surveillance, military acquisition and tracking.
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Book Description NY: Wiley & Sons, 1996. Book Condition: Good. *Price HAS BEEN reduced this weekend for our November ABEBOOKS SALE* 268 pp., hardcover, ex library, else text and binding still clean tight and bright. Bookseller Inventory # ZB281675