Visual information processing II; Proceedings of the Meeting, Orlando, FL, Apr. 14-16, 1993Various papers on visual information processing are presented. Individual topics addressed include: aliasing as noise, satellite image processing using a hammering neural network, edge-detetion method using visual perception, adaptive vector median filters, design of a reading test for low-vision image warping, spatial transformation architectures, automatic image-enhancement method, redundancy reduction in image coding, lossless gray-scale image compression by predictive GDF, information efficiency in visual communication, optimizing JPEG quantization matrices for different applications, use of forward error correction to maintain image fidelity, effect of peanoscanning on image compression. Also discussed are: computer vision for autonomous robotics in space, optical processor for zero-crossing edge detection, fractal-based image edge detection, simulation of the neon spreading effect by bandpass filtering, wavelet transform (WT) on parallel SIMD architectures, nonseparable 2D wavelet image representation, adaptive image halftoning based on WT, wavelet analysis of global warming, use of the WT for signal detection, perfect reconstruction two-channel rational filter banks, N-wavelet coding for pattern classification, simulation of image of natural objects, number-theoretic coding for iconic systems.
Huck, Friedrich O. (NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA, United States)
Juday, Richard D. (NASA Johnson Space Center Houston, TX, United States)
August 16, 2013
January 1, 1993
IDRelationTitle19930069026Analytic SubsidiaryAliasing as noise - A quantitative and qualitative assessment19930069028Analytic SubsidiaryDesign of a reading test for low vision image warping19930069029Analytic SubsidiaryRedundancy reduction in image coding19930069030Analytic SubsidiaryInformation efficiency in visual communication19930069035Analytic SubsidiaryAn optical processor for zero-crossing edge detection19930069037Analytic SubsidiaryFractal dimension analyses of lava surfaces and flow boundariesvisibility_off