Here is the listing of Best reference books on Computer Vision.
|1. “Robot Vision” by B.K. P. Horn
Book Review: This book demonstrates the interaction between computer vision and robot vision on mobile systems. Robot vision addresses autonomous behavior of a technical system supported by visual sensoric information. Visual robotics is directed towards control and automization. The data in this book is provided by the researchers from New Zealand and Germany and also by the participants of 2008 workshop who are from Europe, USA, Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.
|2. “Vision” by D. Marr
Book Review: This book provides a general framework for understanding visual perception and deals with the broader questions about the study of brain and its functions. The book deals with the author’s creativity, intellectual power and the ability to integrate insights and data from neuroscience, psychology and computation. This book is very useful for the newer generation of students and scientists. The book contains the framework at different levels which are computational level, algorithmic level and hardware implementation level. The book integrates knowledge from cognition and computation in order to understand vision and brain.
|3. “Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications” by Richard Szeliski
Book Review: This book describes various techniques that are used to analyze and interpret images. The book also illustrates real world applications like medical imaging, image editing, stitching. The book provides a scientific approach to basic vision problems and analyses the problems using statistical models and rigorous engineering techniques. Exercises are presented at the end of every chapter with many testing algorithms. This book is suitable for graduate and undergraduate courses in computer science engineering.
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