Single-Sensor Imaging: Methods and Applications for Digital Cameras (Image Processing Series)
600 pages | CRC; 1 edition (September 9, 2008) | ISBN: 142005452X | PDF | 15 Mb
Single-sensor camera image processing methods are becoming increasingly important due to the emergence of digital camera based applications and commercial devices. Presenting the state of the art, Single-Sensor Imaging provides comprehensive coverage of system design, implementation, and application aspects of single-sensor imaging and digital camera processing. This book focuses on three key areas: embedded software camera platforms, camera storage formats, and decoding raw photos. The text covers a wide range of applications including color and multispectral filter array design, spectral modeling, demosaicking, spatial interpolation, white balancing, and camera image compression.