"Finally, there is an introductory level image processing book that is written in a truly multi-disciplinary way! By approaching the material in a horizontal rather than vertical fashion, Steven Tanimoto has created an accessible resource that should have broad impact and appeal. I hope others will follow his lead and approach their subject areas in a similar way."--Tony DeRose, Senior Scientist, Pixar Animation Studios
"Due to heavy prerequisite requirements, image processing is typically an option only for students who have already taken enough programming and math courses. This book presents an effective approach to address this issue by carefully balancing programming and math requirements, making image processing accessible to junior (or even sophomore) students, as well as to non-majors."--George Bebis, Director of Computer Vision Laboratory, University of Nevada
"This new book is suitable for audiences in interdisciplinary areas with applications of image processing. Steven Tanimoto uses an intuitive and efficient structure to describe image processing topics, and offers many illustrations using PixelMath, a unique image processing program."--Lijun Yin, Department of Computer Science, Binghamton University
About the Author
Steven L. Tanimoto is Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington.