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Computational Visual Perception for Image and Video Processing

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Computational Visual Perception for Image and Video Processing provides a comprehensive introduction to Human Visual System (HVS)-based approaches for image and video analysis and processing. In a concise and practical way, the most relevant characteristics and properties of HVS are presented. The book teaches basic notions on the Human Visual System (HVS), helping readers gain an introduction to HVS-inspired image analysis and processing, image quality assessment methods, selected applications of HVS-inspired multimedia processing, and key trends and future research challenges in the area.

  • Bridges the gap between research on visual perception and multimedia processing
  • Provides a complete overview of the academic and industrial research on visual information processing and communication
  • Offers new ideas and practical approaches for solving real-world problems

1. Basic notions on the Human Visual System 2. Fundamentals of HVS-inspired image analysis and processing 3. Image quality Assessment 4. Selected HVS-inspired methods for image processing 5. New trends and challenges

Dr. Azeddine BEGHDADI is a Professor at the University of Paris 13 (Institut Galilée) and the director of L2TI laboratory. He received Maitrise in Physics and Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies in Optics and Signal Processing from University Orsay-Paris XI (Equivalent: Masters of Sciences) in 1982 and 1983 respectively and the PhD in Physics (Specialism: Optics and Signal Processing) from University Paris 6 1986. He has published over 220 international refereed scientific papers and is a founding member of the L2TI laboratory. His research interests include image quality enhancement and assessment, image and video compression, bio-inspired models for image analysis and processing, and physics-based image analysis.

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