Image Processing with Labview and Imaq Vision (National Instruments Virtual Instrumentation Series)

Image Processing with Labview and Imaq Vision (National Instruments Virtual Instrumentation Series)

by ThomasKlinger (Author)

Synopsis

This book deals with Image Processing and Image Analysis, which are rapidly evolving technologies in measurement of non-electrical data. The main reason for this is the relative cost-effectiveness of a system consisting of a camera and a PC equipped with Image Processing and Analysis Software. On the other hand, new technologies require new methods and algorithms. This book describes not only the basic methods of Image Processing and Analysis, but also key issues related to image generation and image distribution, which may effect the entire measuring process. National Instruments, the Measurement Company , provides with LabVIEW and IMAQ Vision, tools for constructing these algorithms, which are a breakthrough in computer programming.

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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 368
Edition: 1
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Published: 11 Jun 2003

ISBN 10: 0130474150
ISBN 13: 9780130474155
Book Overview:

This book deals with Image Processing and Image Analysis, which are rapidly evolving technologies in measurement of non-electrical data. The main reason for this is the relative cost-effectiveness of a system consisting of a camera and a PC equipped with Image Processing and Analysis Software. On the other hand, new technologies require new methods and algorithms. This book describes not only the basic methods of Image Processing and Analysis, but also key issues related to image generation and image distribution, which may effect the entire measuring process. National Instruments, the Measurement Company , provides with LabVIEW and IMAQ Vision, tools for constructing these algorithms, which are a breakthrough in computer programming.


Author Bio

THOMAS KLINGER is currently Head of the School for Medical Information Technology, Carinthia Tech Institute, University of Applied Sciences, Carinthia, Austria. Before joining the university, he served as Development Manager Electronics and Senior Electronics Developer for Philips Domestic Appliances and Personal Care Devices.