By Bernd Jahne, Horst Hausseker

ISBN-10: 0123797772

ISBN-13: 9780123797773

Content material:

Preface

, *Pages xi-xiii*, Bernd Jähne, Horst Haußecker

Contributors

, *Pages xv-xxi*

1 - Introduction

, *Pages 1-8*, Bernd Jähne

2 - Radiation and Illumination

, *Pages 11-52*, Horst Haußecker

3 - Imaging Optics

, *Pages 53-84*, Peter Geißler

4 - Radiometry of Imaging

, *Pages 85-109*, Horst Haußecker

5 - Solid-State photo Sensing

, *Pages 111-151*, Peter Seitz

6 - Geometric Calibration of electronic Imaging Systems

, *Pages 153-175*, Robert Godding

7 - third-dimensional Imaging Techniques

, *Pages 177-208*, Rudolf Schwarte, Gerd Häusler, Reinhard W. Malz

8 - illustration of Multidimensional Signals

, *Pages 211-272*, Bernd Jähne

9 - local Operators

, *Pages 273-345*, Bernd Jähne

10 - Motion

, *Pages 347-395*, Horst Haußecker, Hagen Spies

11 - 3-dimensional Imaging Algorithms

, *Pages 397-438*, Peter Geißler, Tobias Dierig, Hanspeter A. Mallot

12 - layout of Nonlinear Diffusion Filters

, *Pages 439-458*, Joachim Weickert

13 - Variational equipment for Adaptive Smoothing and Segmentation

, *Pages 459-482*, Christoph Schnörr

14 - Morphological Operators

, *Pages 483-515*, Pierre Soille

15 - Probabilistic Modeling in desktop Vision

, *Pages 517-540*, Joachim Hornegger, Dietrich Paulus, Heinrich Niemann

16 - Fuzzy photograph Processing

, *Pages 541-576*, Horst Haußecker, Hamid R. Tizhoosh

17 - Neural web Computing for photograph Processing

, *Pages 577-606*, Anke Meyer-Bäse

A - software Gallery

, *Pages 609-665*

Index

, *Pages 667-679*

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A blackbody is defined as an ideal body absorbing all radiation incident on it regardless of wavelength or angle of incidence. No radiation is reflected from the surface or passing through the blackbody. Such a body is a perfect absorber. Kirchhoff demonstrated in 1860 that a good absorber is a good emitter and, consequently, a perfect absorber is a perfect emitter. A blackbody, therefore, would emit the maximum possible radiative flux that any body can radiate at a given kinetic temperature, unless it contains fluorescent or radioactive materials.

Solving Eq. i ds2, with the generalized coordinates s = [s\, 52 ]T. The flux emitted into a detector occupying only a fraction of the surrounding hemisphere can be derived from Eq. 20) by integrating over the solid angle QD subtended by the detector area instead of the whole hemispheric enclosure J-C. Inverse square law. A common rule of thumb for the decrease of irradiance of a surface with distance of the emitting source is the inverse square law. Solving Eq. 8: Illustration of angular distribution of radiant intensity emitted from a Lambertian surface.

22) E = dSr2 for the irradiance E at a distance r from a point source with radiant intensity J. This relation is an accurate and simple means of verifying the linearity of a detector. It is, however, only true for point sources. 5). Lambert's cosine law. Radiant intensity emitted from extended surfaces is usually not evenly distributed in angle. A very important relation for perfect emitters, or perfect receivers, is Lambert's cosine law. A surface is called Lambertian if its radiance is independent of view angle, that is, L{x,d,4>) = L(x).

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