Books UALG Vision Laboratory

Library of the Vision Laboratory

Keywords: signal and image processing, pattern recognition, computer graphics, perception, parallel processing

The following new books have been received but are not yet included:
Vision models and applications to image and video processing, vd Branden Lambrecht (ed.)
Parallel Image Analysis: Theory and applications, Davis et al. (ed)
Digital image processing, Castleman
Also last year's conf. proceedings:
ECVP, BMVC, RECPAD and ICPR

Note that computational geometry is under graphics...
Important: check the PhD theses and conference proceedings; access to state-of-the-art...

To all folks that have sent their thesis: THANKS!
Especially:
Pattern Recognition Group (Ted Young) in Delft.
Information and Communication Theory Group (Jan Biemond) in Delft.

CONTENTS:

This page contains all books with keywords for searching online, but we don't include abstracts nor a search engine. No time...
PhD students etc: ask HdB about interesting theses etc.
The order of each list is based on the year, the youngest books coming first.
Some books labeled HdB have a preference to sit (some nasty people say to sleep...) on HdB's shelves in his office, but all can be borrowed for some time.

NOTE: FOR THE MOMENT ALL BOOKS STAY IN THE LAB IN ROOM 2.71


1. SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING:

  • INVARIANTS FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION AND CLASSIFICATION
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 42.
    Editor Marcos A. Rodrigues, World Scientific, 2000.
    Keywords: geometric algebra, projective geometry and split, 2D, 3D, convolution, rotation, quartic curves, geometric invariants, affine invariants, boundary patterns, motion analysis, total least squares , median filter, derivative continuity in shape, Fourier-Mellin based invariants, multi-oriented, multi-scaled shapes, engineering drawings, high-order statistical pattern spectrum, noise robustness, moment invariants, elastic graph dynamic link, colour normalization, image retrieval, satellite interpretation.

  • TEXTURE ANALYSIS IN MACHINE VISION
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 40.
    Editor M.K. Pietikainen, World Scientific, 2000.
    Keywords: nonparametric, complementary spatial operators, scales, segmentation, uniformity, multi-resolution clustering, statistical, soft-computing, affine-invariant, regularity, robustness, local binary pattern, tilt-compensation, colour texture similarity, multispectral, virtual coloring, retrieval, orientation-invariance, scale-invariance, document layout, Gabor wawelet, tongue texture, X-Ray images, bone, magnetic resonance imaging, industrial inspection, grayscale features, polynomial classifiers, unsupervised segmentation, angular texture, statistic operator, animation industry.

  • THE IMAGE PROCESSING HANDBOOK
    John C. Russ, CRC Press & IEEE Press, 1999, Third Edition.
    Keywords: acquiring images, printing, storage, correcting defects, image enhancement, frequency space, segmentation, thresholding, binary images, image measurements, 3D image acquisition, 3D visualization, imaging surfaces.

  • VISION INTERFACE: real world applications of computer vision
    M. Cheriet, Y. Yang (eds), World Scientific, Series in Machine Perception and
    Artificial Intelligence, Vol 35, 1999
    Keywords: Gabor phase-based disparity, discrete Hough, segmentation, handwritten data, mosaicing Zernike moments, 3D understanding, pose estimation, motion, radiographic imaging, image flow, motion trajectory, internet applications.

  • IMAGE PROCESSING, ANALYSIS AND MACHINE VISION
    Milan Sonka, Vaclav Hlavac, Roger Boyle, PWS Publishing, 1999, Second Edition.
    Keywords: digital image, digitalization, data structures, pre-processing, brightness, geometric, local, restoration, segmentation, thresholding, edge, region, matching, shape, contour, shape invariants, moments, convexe hull, classes, recognition, statistical pattern recognition, neural nets, syntactic, graph matching, optimization, fuzzy systems, understanding, active contours, scene labeling, 3D vision, radiometry, full 3D objects, motion, texture, 2D representations, mathematical morphology, dialtion, erosion, skeletons, granulometry, watersheds, linear discrete transforms, Fourier, Hadamard, wavelets, DCT, compression, JPEG, MPEG, texture, edge frequency, optical flow, interest points, Kalman filters, optical music recognition system, cardiology, airway trees, passive surveillance.

  • MACHINE VISION AND ADVANCED IMAGE PROCESSING IN REMOTE SENSING
    I. Kanellopoulos, G.G. Wilkinson, T. Moons (eds.), Springer, 1999.
    Proceedings of Concerted Action MAVIRIC (Machine Vision in Remotely Sensed Image Comprehension).
    Keywords: posing structural matching, detail-preserving processing, multi-channel remote sensing, orthogonal transformations, multi-scale analysis, structural inference, deformable models, geomorphometric techniques, high resolution remote sensing data, automated change detection, 3-D multi-view, visualizing depth maps, 3D surface registration, stereo images, MR images, virtual realty system, information mining, fusion of spatial and temporal information, rule-based identification, subpixel segmentation, radiometric calibration, unsupervised classification, morphological based segmentation, non-linear line detection filters, fuzzy clustering, pyramidal Hough transform, detecting nets of linear structures, rotational invariant feature eigenvector projection, region merging.

  • PARALLEL IMAGE ANALYSIS: TOOLS AND MODELS
    S. Miguet, A. Montavert, P.S.P. Wang (eds), World Scientific, 1998.
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 31
    Keywords: nonclosure, one-maker automata, invariant feature, self-similar patterns, colored image, asynchronous relaxation, morphological operators, illumination, Simid Z-buffer, visualization, marching-cubes algorithm.

  • THE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING HANDBOOK
    Edited by Vijay K. Madisetti and Douglas B. Williams, CRC & IEEE Press, 1998 (CD included).
    Keywords: signals, systems, representation, quantization, algorithms, structures, convolution, filtering, statistical signal processing, adaptive filtering, inverse problems, signal reconstruction, time frequency, multirate signal, digital audio, speech processing, image and video processing, sensor array, nonlinear signals, fractals, DSP software and hardware.

  • VECTOR SPACE PROJECTIONS
    A Numerical Approach to Signal and Image Processing, Neural Nets, and Optics.
    Henry Stark, Yongyi Yang, John Wiley & Sons, 1998.
    Keywords: norm, inner product, Hilbert spaces, convex sets, projection, POCS, constraints, linear equations, convergence, generalized projections, communications, digital filters, image compression, optics, sharpening, phase retrieval, beam, color matching, blind deconvolution, neural nets, brain, Hopfield net, multi-layer, back-propagation, image processing, noise smoothing, synthesis, blurred, restoration, quantum-limited images.

  • ACTIVE CONTOURS
    The Application of Techniques from Graphics, Vision, Control Theory and Statistics to Visual tracking of Shapes in Motion
    Andrew Blake and Michael Isard, Springer, 1998.
    Keywords: snakes, deformable templates, dynamic contours, spline curves, shape-space models, feature location, fitting spline templates, pose recovery, probabilistic models of shape, dynamical models, dynamic contour tracking, learning motion, non-Gaussian models, random sampling algorithms, mathematics, stochastic dynamical systems.

  • GRAPH BASED REPRESENTATIONS IN PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Computing Supplement 12.
    Jean-Michel Jolion, Walter G. Kropatsch (eds.), Springer, 1998.
    Oxford lecture series in mathematics and its applications #9.
    Keywords: hypergraphs, recognition, detection, matching, segmentation, implementation problems, representation.

  • IMAGE PROCESSING AND DATA ANALYSIS
    The Multiscale Approach.
    J.-L. Starck, F. Murtagh and A. Bijaoui, Cambridge University Press, 1998.
    Keywords: wavelet transform, multiresolution support, filtering, deconvolution, 1D, Euclidean data analysis, geometric registration, disparity, remote sensing, image compression, object detection, point clustering, multiscale vision models, variance stabilization, software.

  • IMAGE PROCESSING AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Volume 5 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes, Academic Press, 1998.
    Keywords: feature extraction, classification, application, OCR, speech, data acquisition, statistical classifiers, neural, medical imaging, segmentation, arteriograms, back propagation, self-adaptative, paper currency recognition, genetic algorithm, digital signal processor, reliability, evaluation, reject rule, retinal circuit, regularization, vision chips, alghoritmic techniques, learning algorithms, pruning.
    Note: the other volumes are classified under Computer Science and Mathematics.

  • NEURO-COMPUTATION IN REMOTE SENSING DATA ANALYSIS
    I. Kanellopoulos, G.G. Wilkinson, F. Roli, J. Austin (eds.), Springer, 1997.
    Proceedings of Concerted Action COMPARES (Connectionist Methods for Pre-Processing and Analysis of Remote Sensing Data).
    Keywords: earth observation, singular value decomposition, accomodating fuzziness, geological mapping, multi-sensor data, order statistics filters, speckle noise, multichannel image processing, spectral mixture analysis, image interpretation, feature extraction, training set size, Alisa classifier, cadastral-map interpretation, SPOT images, thematic mapping, satellite imagery classification, dynamic segmentation, pulsed coupled NN, non-linear diffusion, low-level vision, constructive Mikado-algorithm, contextual classifier, optimisation of NN, high speed image segmentation, number of cluster selection, topological feature maps, self organised maps, parallel processing.

  • MACHINE VISION
    Theory - Algorithms - Practicalities.
    E.R. Davies, 2nd edition, Academic Press, 1997.
    Keywords: low level processing, gray, color, filtering, thresholding, edge, object, shape analysis, boundary, pattern, line detection, circle, Hough transform, ellipse, hole, polygon, corner, matching, 3D world, n-point problem, motion, invariants, inspection, automated, statistical, biologically inspired recognition, texture, image acquisition, real-time hardware, art, Pascal, mathematical morphology, transformation, calibration, robust statistics.

  • FRACTAL IMAGING
    Ning Lu, foreword by Michael Barnsley, Academic Press, 1997, with CD-ROM.
    Keywords: fern, leaf, metric spaces, image models, afine transformations, iterated function systems, recurrent iterated, fractal imaging model, square masking, image distorsion rate, masking, covering, quadtree partition, compression, local searching, reference spatial forms, seed reference, brightness, contrast, general intensity transformations, clustering, vectors, algorithms, Heckbert clustering, seed image clustering, pixel chaining, pyramid algorithm, blowup, decompression, multiresolution, wavelet compression, temporal compression, video compression, standards, color, display, entropy, Huffman coding, arithmetic, fractal biliards, normal distributions, human vision, visual metric model, digital images, future image format, subband lossy-to-lossless continuum, fractal capturer, digital camera, fractal displayer, Fractal Imager Software on CD.

  • DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
    Concepts, algorithms, and scientific applications, with CD-ROM.
    Bernd Jahne, 4th edition, Springer, 1997.
    Keywords: applications, tools, image representation, statistics, models, neighborhood operations, multiscale representation, quantitative visualization, image formation, pixel processing, restoration, reconstruction, feature extraction, simple neighborhoods, texture, motion, image analysis, shape analysis, classification, heurisko - image processing software on CD.

  • NEURAL NETWORKS FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Christopher M. Bishop, Oxford University Press, reprinted 1997.
    Keywords: statistics, probability density, single layer, multi layer, Perceptron, radial basis functions, error, parameter optimization algorithms, pre-processing, feature extraction, learning, generalization, Bayesuan techniques, symmetric matrices, Gaussian integrals, Lagrange multipliers, calculus of variations.

  • PARALLEL IMAGE ANALYSIS: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
    L.S. Davies, K. Inoue, N. Nivat, A. Rosenfeld, P.S.P. Wang (eds), World Scientific, 1996.
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 19
    Keywords: data allocation, reduced hypercube, digital geometry, mesh, multiple-query, nearest-neighbour, segmentation, digital curves, grammars, languages, puzzle, automata, inkdots, thinning, 2D, 3D, distributed memory machines, surface tracking.

  • FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL OPTICS
    Leonid Yaroslavsky, Murray Eden, Birkhauser, 1996.
    Keywords: optical signals, integral representation, signal transform, models, discretization, quantizing, rastering, sampling, element-wise optimization, filters, Fourier, Fresnel, Hartley, DFT, space domain, orthogonal transforms, matrix representation, statistical simulation, measurements, linear adaptive filters, rank algorithms, picture processing, object localization, holograms.

  • DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING
    Kenneth R. Castelman, Prentice Hall, 1996.
    Keywords: digitalization, display, software, gray-level histogram, point operations, algebraic operations, geometric operations, linear systems, Fourier transform, filter design, sampled data, discrete image transforms, wavelet transforms, optics, system analysis, restoration, compression, segmentation, pattern recognition, measurement, classification, estimation, color, multispectral, 3-D, mathematical backgrounds.

  • HANDBOOK OF IMAGE PROCESSING OPERATORS
    Reinhard Klette and Piero Zamperoni, John Wiley & Sons, 1996.
    Keywords: methodical fundamentals, algorithmic, coordinate transformations, geometrical operators, gray scale, point operators, window functions, local operators, global operators.

  • THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER VISION
    Editors: W. Kropatsch, R. Klette, F. Solina, in cooperation with R. Albrecht, Springer, 1996.
    Keywords: visual motion processing, Log-Polar plane, invariant thinning, distance transform, linear motion blur, symetric binocular stereo, trinocular, heuristics, surface, calibration, pyramidal representations, parametric models, mathematical morphology, variational approach, early vision algorithms, Banach constructor, image compression, planar Jordan curves and arcs, segmentation, volumetric part models, anisotropic diffusion, stability, likelihood, 3D.

  • THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF IMAGE ANALYSYS II
    Editor Gunilla Borgefors, World Scientific, 1995.
    Keywords: edge segments, Hough transform, parametric curves, segmentation, minimum description length, complementary junction cues, polyhedra, texture analysis, fractal dimension, texture gradients, texture boundary tracking, reconstruction, prediction, depth, circular shape, binocular stereopsis, vision sensor, generalized cylinders, monocular vision, silhouettes, pose estimation, parametric eigenspace representation, perceptual grouping, first order optic flow, MRF, masks of moving objects, mobile camera, orientation tensor concept, principal component images, tissue segmentation, blood cells shape and motion, human retina, echocardiographic sequences, automated melanoma recognition, industrial applications.

  • SHAPE, STRUCTURE AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Edited by Dov Dori and Alfred Bruckstein, World Scientific, 1995.
    Keywords: morphology, digital geometry, 3D shortest path, skeleton-space, length estimation, skew-symmetry detection, affine invariants, shape recognition, moments, boundaries, visual invariants, polyhedral object, range data, 3D Bsnakes, fingerprint verification, multiscale, active grammatical inference, probabilistic relaxation, non-reducible descriptors, subgraph isomorphism detection, neural automata, inexact graph matching criteria, taxonomical analysis, genetic algorithms, unbiased finite state automata, subsampling, cluster analysis, bounded-error preclassification trees, logical tagging, white space pattern matching, segmentation, handwritting, directional mathematical morphology, character shape codes, zone hierarchy, variational geometry, maps labelling.

  • VLSI & PARALLEL COMPUTING FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 18.
    Editor N. Ranganathan, World Scientific, 1995.
    Keywords: massively parallel array, spatially mapped applications, computer vision, image processing, very large array processors, inverse discrete cosine transform, systolic merging, ranking of votes, Hough transform, decorrelation, polygon matching, quadtree, template matching, mesh connected computer, fuzzy expert systems, real-time rotation, ASIC architecture.

  • SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR COMPUTER VISION
    Gosta H. Granlund and Hans Knutsson, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.
    Keywords: volumes and tme sequences, biological vision, low level operations, Fouriere transforms, kernel optimization, orientation, velocity, local phase estimation, local frequency, representation, averaging, adaptive filtering, vector filtering, tensor field filtering, classification, response generation, texture analysis.

  • PARALLEL IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 15.
    Edited by K. Inoue et al., World Scientific, 1994.
    Keywords: parallel architectures, octrees, quadtrees, multiprocessors, multi-dimensional template matching, mesh algorithms, repetitions, partial symmetries, graph grammars, syntactic pattern recognition, recognizable picture languages, leaf-size hierarchy, Turing machine, context sensitivity, puzzle grammars, array languages, reversible cellular automata, polyhedral objects, shape recovery, energy minimization, associative neural memory, equal matrix grammars, control sets.

  • GEOMETRY-DRIVEN DIFFUSION IN COMPUTER VISION
    Bart M. ter Haar Romeny, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994.
    Computational Imaging and Vision, Volume 1.
    Keywords: linear scale-space, quad tree, pyramids, Gaussian kernel, derivatives, discrete scale-space, foveal vision, multi-scale feature detection, sampling, wavelets, statistical analysis, surface shape, distorsions, anisotropic diffusion, edge enhancement, vector-valued diffusion, gray-scale images, diffused Hessian, invariance, texture, patchwise Fourier decomposition, dissimilarity, probabilistic models, Ising, Vartoon, Theater Wing, Spectrogram, functional, density, rectifiability, energy functional, Mumford, Shah, segmentation, variational formulation, coupled equations, low-level vision, smoothing, multispectral images, optical flow, stereo, morphological approach, shape analysis, multiscale segmentation, signatures, symmetry, optimal control, nonlinear scale-space, differential geometric approach, numerical analysis.

  • AN INTRODUCTION TO NONLINEAR IMAGE PROCESSING
    Edward R. Dougherty, Jaakko Astola, SPIE Optical Engineering Press, 1994.
    Tutorial Texts in Optical Engineering Series, Volume TT16.
    Keywords: binary operations, erosion, dilation, opening, closing, filtering, invariance, reconstruction, granulometries, window logic, increasing operators, hit-or-miss, gray-scale, umbra transform, flat structuring elements, median, algorithms, noise attenuation, maximum likelihood, optimal filters, pseudoconvolutions, soft filters, weighted majority, minimum range, L-filters, linear-median, hybrid, homomorphic, polynomial.

  • IMAGE ANALYSIS AND MATHEMATICAL MORPHOLOGY
    Jean Serra, Volume 1, 4th printing, Academic Press, 1993.
    Keywords: tools, hit or miss transformation, erosion, opening, digitalization, random sampling, covariance, connectivity, gray-tone.

  • DIGITAL IMAGES AND HUMAN VISION
    Edited by Andrew B. Watson, The MIT Press, 1993.
    Keywords: coding, compression, local frequency, wavelet, visual factors, vector quantizers, fractal, visual perception, image quality, eye movements, television, natural color images, 2D, biological vision, prediction, psychophysical models, image fidelity, mean-squared error.

  • MATHEMATICAL MORPHOLOGY IN IMAGE PROCESSING
    Edited by Edward R. Dougherty, Marcel Dekker Inc., 1993.
    Optical Engineering Series #34.
    Keywords: morphological networks, training, optimal binary digital morphological filter, statistical properties, discrete filters, pavement surface condition, inverse problems, graph morphology, noncommutative symmetry groups, algorithms, restricted domains, gray-level, distance function, invariant characterizations, segmentation, watershed transformation, anamorphoses, function lattices, multivalued morphology.

  • VISUAL SEARCH II (HdB)
    Brogan, Gale and Carr (eds), Taylor and Francis, 1993.
    Keywords: modeling, feature discrimination, medical images, eye movements, visual processing, applied aspects.

  • TRAITEMENT NUMERIQUE DES IMAGES (HdB)
    Kunt, Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, 1993.
    Keywords: very good overview of all aspects if you can understand French.

  • PARALLEL IMAGE PROCESSING
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 4.
    Editors A. Saoudi, M. Nivat & P.S.P. Wang, World Scientific, 1992.
    Keywords: two-dimensional automata, 3D representation, array grammars, recognizable picture languages, stochastic puzzle grammars, lerning, high dimensional images, 2D array patterns, connected components, binary images, replicated images, SIMD machines, depth, motion, massively parallel computers, multi-vehicle path planning, z-buffer algorithm, reconfigurable network of processors, colour texture generation, random neural network, face recognition system.

  • ACTIVE VISION
    Edited by Andrew Blake and Alan Yuille, The MIT Press, 1992.
    Keywords: tracking, Kalman snakes, deformable templates, dynamic contours, active splines, rigid models, nonrigid 3-D objects, data association methods, color region, vehicle guidance, vision heads, smooth pursuit, visual servoing, stereo heads, visual exploration, free-space, motion planning, divergence, deformation, adaptive local navigation, multiple Bayes nets, parallel 3-D vision system, geometry, medical image, dynamic scene understanding.

  • OPTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING, COMPUTING, AND NEURAL NETWORKS (HdB)
    Yu and Jutamulia, Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering, 1992.
    Keywords: partial coherence, optical transforms, Fourier, filtering, applications, radar, modulators, detectors, hybrid-optical systems, optical computing, neural networks.

  • DIGITAL SIGNAL ANALYSIS (HdB)
    Stearns and Hush, Prentice-Hall Int Ed, 1990.
    Keywords: least-squares, orthogonality, Fourier series, convolution, transforms, sampling, discrete FT, fast FT, z transform, recursive and nonrecursive systems, analog and digital filter design, random signals, power spectra.

  • FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (HdB)
    Anil K. Jain, Prentice-Hall, 1989.
    Keywords: 2D systems and mathematics, perception, sampling, quantization, transforms, representations, stochastic models, enhancement, filtering, restoration, analysis, computer vision,reconstruction from projections, compression. Note: good stuff but mathematically strange for most students.

  • IMAGE SEGMENTATION AND UNCERTAINTY (HdB)
    Wilson and Spann, Research Studies Press (Wiley and Sons), 1988.
    Keywords: gray level segmentation, feature selection, texture segmentation, quadtree.

  • VISUAL RECONSTRUCTION (HdB)
    Blake and Zisserman, MIT Press, 1987.
    Keywords: piecewise continuity, weak continuity, strings, membranes, energy.

  • DIGITAL SPECTRAL ANALYSIS WITH APPLICATIONS (HdB)
    Marple, Prentice-Hall Signal Proc Series, 1987.
    Keywords: classical spectral analysis, parametric models, autoregressive, Prony, maximum variance, eigenanalysis, multichannel Sp Est, 2D Sp Est.

  • DIGITAL PICTURE PROCESSING (HdB)
    Rosenfeld and Kak, 2 volumes, 2nd edition, Academic Press, 1982.
    Keywords: digitization, compression, enhancement, restoration, reconstruction, matching, segmentation, representation, description. Note: good introduction to all areas.

  • DIGITAL METHODS FOR SIGNAL ANALYSIS (HdB)
    Beauchamp and Yuen; George Allan and Unwin Ltd, 1979.
    Keywords: signals, random processes, series and transforms, spectral analysis, correlation, digital filtering, 2D processing: sampling and quantization, coding, restoration and enhancement, transforms (Fourier, Walsh, cosine), FIR and IIR filtering.

  • COMPUTER IMAGE PROCESSING AND RECOGNITION (HdB)
    Hall, Academic Press, 1979.
    Keywords: image formation, perception, representations, enhancement and restoration, reconstruction from projections, coding, compression, scene understanding, matching.
    Note: old but still a good introduction.

  • THE FOURIER TRANSFORM AND ITS APPLICATIONS (HdB)
    Bracewell, McGraw-Hill Int Student Editions, 1978.
    Keywords: all about transforms and signals and filtering and correlations and ...
    Note: the best book in this area according to a certain HdB.

  • DIGITAL FILTERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS (HdB)
    Cappellini, Constantinides and Emiliani, Academic Press, 1978.
    Keywords: digital filters, design, IIR, FIR, quantization effects, programming, FFT.
    Note: very readable (HdB), better readable than Oppenheim and Schafer.

  • SIGNAL ANALYSIS (HdB)
    Athanasios Papoulis, international student edition, McGraw-Hill, 1977.
    Keywords: discrete signals, analog signals, z transforms, Fourier analysis, line spectra, FFT, filters, sampling, interpolation, nonrecursive filters, bandlimited functions, Prolate spheroidal functions, factorization, windows, Hilbert transforms, Laplace transforms, frequency modulation, uncertainty, Hankel transforms, ambiguity function, correlations, stochastic processes, spectral analysis, data smoothing, ergodicity, correlation estimates, random signals, spectral estimation.
    Note: as brilliant as Bracewell.

  • DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (HdB)
    Oppenheim and Schafer, Prentice-Hall, 1975.
    Keywords: filtering and filter design, FIR, IIR, sampling, stochastic signals.
    Note: THE BIBLE according to a certain HdB, but also take a look at Bracewell!

  • RANDOM SIGNAL ANALYSIS (HdB)
    Mix, Addison-Wesley, 1969.
    Keywords: Fourier series, F transform, systems, probability, random variables, random signals, power spectrum, autocorrelation, mean-square estimation.

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    2. COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND VISUALISATION:

  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND GEOMETRIC MODELING
    David Salomon, Springer, 1999.
    Keywords: bitmap, rotation, drawing, scan-converting methods, transformations, projections, curves, surfaces, rendering, color, animation, image compression, halftoning, dithering, fractals, mathematics.

  • OpenGL GEOMETRY
    OpenGL + Advanced Geometry + CD-ROM.
    Georg Glaeser, Hellmuth Stachel, Springer, 1999.
    Keywords: graphics programming, 2D, 3D, animations, basic objects, curved lines, polygons, primitive elements, complex surfaces, solids, Boolean operations, kinematics, surfaces, data exchange, examples.

  • TEXTURE & MODELING
    A procedural approach.
    David S, Ebert et al., 2nd edition, AP Professional, 1998, with CD-ROM.
    Keywords: procedural techniques, advanced geometric modeling, procedural pattern generation, aliasing, noise, irregular patterns, supersampling, index aliasing, emergency alternatives, geometry of gases, smoke, animating solid spaces, volumetric cloud modeling, hypertexture, gestures, fractals, procedural fractal terrains, QAEB rendering, atmospheric models, genetic textures.

  • ADVANCES IN DIGITAL AND COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY
    Reinhard Klette, Azriel Rosenfeld and Fridrich Sloboda (Eds), Springer, 1998.
    Keywords: digital geometry, topological projection of planar discrete patterns, discrete integral geometry and stochastic images, approx of planar 1D continua, 3D objects, digitization models, constraints, performance of Voronoi algorithms, digital convex polygons, deformations, symmetry, bibliography (important!).

  • THE COMPUTER IMAGE
    Alan Watt, Fabio Policarpo, ACM SIGGRAPH series, Addison-Wesley, 1998, with CD-ROM.
    Keywords: 3D, polygonal representation, bicubic parametric nets, constructive solid geometry, space subdivision techniques, rendering, lighting polygon objects, hidden surface removal, shading, interpolative shading techniques, texture, mapping, 2D, local reflection models, global illumination, ray tracing, classical radiosity, bicubics and image synthesis, Bezier curves, patches, CAGD, surface fitting, objects, defects, sampling, pixel processing, image warping, edge detection, image transforms, Fourier, DCT, pyramids, wavelet, basis matrices, segmentation, gray scale thresholding, texture based, region growing, mathematical morphology, pattern recognition, image matching, image measurements, recognition, understanding, description of 3D images, shape, shading, stereo, moving image, vision, communications, virtual reality, immersive elements, image synthesis, medicine imaging, art, fundamentals, color, compression, Windows PC software (with sources) and "Learning rendering" study on CD.

  • COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY
    Algorithms and applications.
    M. de Berg, M. van Kreveld, M. Overmars and O. Schwarzkopf, Springer, 1997.
    keywords: line segment intersection, polygon triangulation, linear programming, orthogonal range searching, point location, Voronoi diagrams, arrangements and duality, Delaunay triangulation, data structures, convex hulls, binary space partitions, robot motion planning, quadtrees, visibility graphs, simplex range searching.

  • IMAGE PROCESSING FOR COMPUTER GRAPHICS
    Jonas Gomes, Luiz Velho, translated by Silvio Levy, Springer, 1997.
    Keywords: signal theory, color, digital images, operations, sampling, reconstruction, halftoning, combining, warping, morphing, radiometry, photometry.

  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS
    Principles and Practice.
    Foley, van Dam, Feiner, Hughes, 2nd edition in C, The systems programming series, reprinted with corrections, Addison-Wesley, July, 1997.
    Keywords: simple raster graphics package, 2D, primitives, algorithms, hardware, geometrical transformations, viewing in 3D, object hierarchy, simple PHIGS, input devices, interaction, dialogue design, user interface, software, curve, surface, representation, solid modeling, achromatic, color, light, realism, visibility, illumination, shading, image manipulation, storage, advanced raster, geometric, animation, mathematics.

  • OpenGL PROGRAMMING GUIDE
    The Official Guide to Learning OpenGL, Version 1.1.
    OpenGL Architecture Review Board.
    Mason Woo, Jackie Neider, Tom Davis, second edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: introduction, window, color, drawing, points, lines, polygons, vertices, primitives, details, arrays, dereferencing, rendering, attributes, viewing, transformations, projection, viewport, matrix stack, clipping planes, RGBA, color-index mode, display modes, shading, lighting, hidden-surface removal, light sources, material properties, mathematics of lighting, blending, antialiasing, fog, polygon offset, display lists, bitmaps, fonts, images, texture mapping, filtering, automatic texture-coordinate generation, framebuffer, scissor, alpha, depth, accumulation buffer, motion blur, jittering, polygon tessellators, quadrics, evaluators, NURBS, selection, feedback, error handling, geometric operations, fragment operations, pixel operations, state variables, rasterization, window sistems, X, Apple Macintosh, OS/2, Windows NT, GLUT, calculating normal vectors, homogenous coordinates, transformation matrices, tips, invariance.

  • THE VRML 2.0 HANDBOOK
    Building Moving Worlds on the Web.
    Jed Hartman, Josie Wernecke, Silicon Graphics, Inc., Addison-Wesley, 1996.
    Keywords: 3D Models, lighting, complex shape, animation, color, texture, publishing, performance, node, field, Java.

  • OpenGL SUPERBIBLE
    The Complete Guide to OpenGL programming for Windows NT and Windows 95 + CD-ROM.
    Richard S. Wright Jr., Michael Sweet, White Group Press, 1996.
    Keywords: 3D, AUX library, line, point, polygon, color, shading, lighting, raster, texture, quadrics, state machine, buffers, blending, fog, curve, surface, tessellation, VRML, MFC, OWL, DLL, Visual Basic, 4GL.

  • PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL IMAGE SYNTHESIS
    Andrew S. Glassner, Volume 1, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 1995.
    Keywords: human visual system, color, display, signals, convolution, Fourier transform, wavelet, Monte Carlo, sampling, reconstruction, technique, refinement.

  • PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL IMAGE SYNTHESIS
    Andrew S. Glassner, Volume 2, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 1995.
    Keywords: matter, energy, transport, radiometry, materials, shading, texture, integral equations, projection, Monte Carlo, singulatieis, radiance, rendering, radiosity, ray tracing, images, future, linear algebra, probability, history, analytic form, units, constants, luminaire standards, reference data.

  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS (HdB)
    Hearn and Baker, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 1994.
    Keywords: primitives, attributes, 2D transforms, 2D viewing, 3D transforms, objects, representations, quaternions, 3D viewing, surface visibility, illumination models, surface rendering, shading, ray tracing, radiosity, color models, animation.
    Note: HdB's preferred book for teaching CG.

  • 3D COMPUTER GRAPHICS (HdB)
    Alan Watt, 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley, 1993.
    Keywords: 3D geometry, objects, viewing, reflection, illumination, rendering, parametric representations, shadow, texture, ray tracing, volume rendering, radiosity, anti-aliasing, modeling, animation, colour spaces.

  • COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY IN C (HdB)
    Joseph O'Rourke, Cambridge University Press, 1993.
    Keywords: polygon triangulation, polygon partitioning, convex hulls in 2D and 3D, Voronoi diagrams, arrangements, search and intersection, motion planning.

  • SYMMETRY IN CHAOS (HdB)
    A search for pattern in mathematics, art and nature.
    Field and Golubitsky, Oxford Univ Press, 1992.
    Keywords: symmetry, chaos, planar symmetries, icons, quilts, symmetric fractals.

  • THE SCIENCE OF FRACTAL IMAGES (HdB)
    Barnsley et al, Springer-Verlag, 1988.
    Keywords: fractals, characterization, simulation, random, chaos, deterministic, landscapes, Julia sets, Mandelbrot set.

  • DIGITAL VISIONS - COMPUTERS AND ART (HdB)
    Goodman; Times Mirror Books, 1987.
    Keywords: examples of the (mis)usage :-) of computers in art

  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS - COMPUTER ART (HdB)
    Franke, 2nd edition, Springer, 1971.
    Keywords: illustrations for those interested in the artistic aspects.

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    3. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS:

  • THE TRANSFORMS AND APPLICATIONS HANDBOOK
    Alexander D. Poularikas (editor-in-chief), CRC & IEEE Press, 2000.
    Keywords: signals, systems, Fourier, Sine, Cosine, Laplace, Z, Hilbert, Radon, Abel, Hankel, Wavelet, Mellin, mixed time-frequency signal transforms, fractional Fourier transforms, lapped transforms, discret time, DFT.

  • THE C PUZZLE BOOK
    Alan R. Feuer, Addison-Wesley, 1999.
    Keywords: basic arithmetic operations, assignment operators, logic and increment operators, bitwise operators, relational and conditional operators, precedence, evaluation, character, string, integer, floating point, casts, control flow, nesting, programming style, blocks, functions, files, pointer, array, multidimensional array, pointer stew, structures, preprocessor.

  • HOW TO BUILD A BEOWULF
    A Guide to the Implementation and Application of PC Clusters.
    Thomas L. Sterling, John Salmon, Donald J. Becker, Daniel F. Savarese, The MIT Press, 1999.
    Keywords: parallel computing, system node, network, Linux, hardware, processors, motherboard, memory, BIOS, PCI Bus, Linux Kernels, Linux installation, Fast Ethernet, ATM, FDDI, TCP/IP, sockets, NFS, AFS, managing ensembles, parallel applications, MPI, programming.

  • NUMERICAL RECIPES IN C
    The Art of Scientific Computing.
    W.H. Press, S.A. Teukolsky, W.T. Vetterling, B.P. Flannery, 2nd edition, Canmbridge University Press, reprinted 1999 (software version 2.08).
    Keywords: linear algebraic equations, interpolation, extrapolation, integration, evaluation, special functions, random numbers, sorting, root finding, nonlinear sets of equations, minimization, maximization, eigensystems, Fast Fourier transform, spectral applications, statistical description, modeling, ordinary differential equations, point boundary value problems, integral equations, inverse theory, partial differential equations, less-numerical algorithms.

  • ESSENTIAL JAVA 2 FAST
    How to Develop Applications and Applets with Java 2.
    John Cowell, Springer, 1999.
    Keywords: object-oriented application, Java language, branching, looping, classes, objects, applets, graphics, color, font classes, inheritance, polymorphism, mouse events, keyboard events, awt components, layout managers, windows, dialogs, menus, swing components, Java exceptions, threaded applications, files, streams.

  • ADVANCED MODERN ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
    Glyn James, second edition, Addison-Wesley, 1999.
    Keywords: complex functions, mappings, complex differentiation, complex series, singulaties, zeros, residues, contour integration, Laplace transforms, solution of differential equations, step function, impulse function, transfer functions, z transform, Fourier series, Fourier transform, matrix algebra, vector spaces, the eigenvalue problem, numerical methods, reduction to canonical form, state-space representation, solution of the state equation, discrete-time systems, vector calculus, first-order differential equations, second-order, higher-order, partial differential equations, solution of the wave equation, heat-conduction, diffusion equation, Laplace equation, finite elements, optimization, linear programming, Lagrange multipliers, hill climbing, probability theory, estimating parameters, joint distributions, joint correlations, regression, goodness-of-fit tests, moment generating functions, Poisson processes, theory of queues, Bayes' theorem.

  • TWO-DIMENSIONAL PHASE UNWRAPPING
    Theory, Algorithms, and Software.
    Dennis C. Ghiglia, Mark D. Pritt, John Wiley & Sons, 1998.
    Keywords: line integrals, residues, 2-D, phase data, quality maps, masks, filters, path- following methods, minimum-norm, comparisons, least squares, Goldstein, Flynn, PCG.

  • STATISTICAL SHAPE ANALYSIS
    Ian L. Dryden and Kanti V. Mardia, Wiley, 1998.
    Keywords: landmarks, biology, medicine, image analysis, archaeology, geography, geology, agriculture, genetics, size measures, shape coordinates, Bookstein coordinates, Kendall coordinates, planar procrustes analysis, distances, shape space, shape models, 2D data, tangent space inference, distributions of higher dimensions, deformations, shape change, images.

  • NEURAL NETWORKS AND MACHINE LEARNING
    Christopher M. Bishop (ed.), Springer, 1998.
    Series F: Computer and Systems Sciences, Vol. 168.
    Keywords: statistical theories, model fitting, variance, regularization, instability, stabilization, risk approximation, dimension, relevance determination, Gaussian processes, Gaussian regresion, optimal finite dimensional linear models, variational methods, ensemble learning, Bayesian NN, support vector method, function estimation, hierarchical community of experts, evolutionary economics of intelligence.

  • FAST PARALLELL ALGORITHMS FOR GRAPH MATCHING PROBLEMS
    Marek Karpinski and Wojciech Rytter, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998.
    Oxford lecture series in mathematics and its applications #9.
    Keywords: PRAM, NC, RNC, combinatorial tools, sequential algorithms, probabilistic tools, algebraic tools, maximum cardinality matchings, inclusion maximal matchings, maximal independent sets, subclasses, families of intervals, parallel algoritms for f-matchings, parralelization, Pfaffians, planar graphs, applications.

  • HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE
    John W. Harris, Horst Stocker, Springer, 1998.
    Keywords: arithmetics, numerics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, solid geometry, functions, vector analysis, coordinate systems, analytic geometry, matrix, determinant, linear equations, Boolean algebra, switching, graph, algorithm, differential calculus, differential geometry, infinite series, integral calculus, complex variables and functions, differential equations, Fourier transformation, Laplace, z, probability theory, mathematical statistics, fuzzy logic, neural networks, computers, MS-DOS, UNIX, OOP, Pascal, C, C++, Fortran, computer algebra, tables of integrals.

  • ALGORITHMS AND ARCHITECTURES
    Volume 1 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes, Academic Press, 1998.
    Keywords: radial basis function, learning, evaluation, performance, adaptive training, exact analysis, three layer threshold network, weight, initialization, feedforward, multilayer Perceptron, speech recognition, Hamming, Hopfield, multilevel neuron, associative memory, neural system synthesis, probabilistic design, competition, statistical techniques, short time memory, hysteresis model, spatiotemporal pattern recognition, Hebbian type, network analysis, reliability, synaptic interconnection, finite constraint satisfaction, linear programming, genetic algorithms, parallel, self-organizing, hierarchical, PNS modules, applications, dynamics, biological neurons, modeling, Delaunay diagrams.

  • OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES
    Volume 2 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes, Academic Press, 1998.
    Keywords: artificial neural networks, optimal learning, local minima, orthogonal transformation, modeling, sequential constructive, back propagation, fast training, learning rate, momentum, nonstationary processes, constraint satisfaction problems, dominant neuron, winner take all nets, CMAC, adaptive learning control, information dynamics, data analysis, radial basis function, learning, task dependent feedforward.

  • IMPLEMENTATION TECHNIQUES
    Volume 3 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes, Academic Press, 1998.
    Keywords: recurrent neural networks, Boltzmann machines, statistical associations, algorithms, training, hidden unit, constructive learning, regression, complexity, modular, hierarchical, adaptive, associative memory, logical basis, data analysis, single neuron arithmetics, multimode.

  • IMAGE PROCESSING AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Volume 5 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    See the Image Processing shelf...

  • FUZZY LOGIC AND EXPERT SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS
    Volume 6 of Neural Network Systems Techniques and Applications.
    Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes, Academic Press, 1998.
    Keywords: classification, modeling, interval arithmetic, fuzzified neural network, fuzzy system, structure, design, additional OR layer, hierarchical space partitioning, rule based systems, forward chaining, chunking, uncertain reasoning, diagnostic system, neuron, soft computing, connectionist, hybrid, genetic algorithm, mean value, functional reasoning, control, Gaussian, mobile robot, wavelets, identification, nonlinear, prior knowledge.

  • FUZZY CLUSTERING MODELS AND APPLICATIONS
    Mika Sato, Yoshiharu Sato, Lakhmi C. Jain, Physica-Verlag, 1997.
    Keywords: multicriteria optimization, 3-way data, additive clustering models, aggregation operators, asymmetric similarity, validity measure, artificial neural networks.

  • AN INFORMATION-THEORETIC APPROACH TO NEURAL COMPUTING
    Gustavo Deco, Dragan Obradovic, corrected second printing, Springer, 1997.
    Perspectives in Neural Computing Series.
    Keywords: information theory, neural networks, unsupervised learning, linear feature extraction, independent component analysis, nonlinear feature extraction, Boolean stochastic networks, deterministic neural networks, supervised learning, statistical estimation, generalization, physics theory, composite networks, regularizing methods.

  • THE ART OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Volume 1. Fundamental Algorithms.
    Knuth, Donald E., third edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: mathematical preliminaries, MIX, subroutines, coroutines, input, output, linear lists, stacks, queues, deques, allocation, circular lists, doubly linked lists, arrays, orthogonal lists, binary trees, garbage collection, multilinked structures, dynamic storage allocation, fundamental constants, harmonic numbers, Bernoulli numbers, Fibonacci numbers.

  • THE ART OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Volume 2. Seminumerical Algorithms.
    Knuth, Donald E., third edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: random numbers, uniform, linear congruential method, statistical tests, empirical, theoretical, Spectral test, numerical distributions, sampling, shuffling, random sequence, arithmetic, positional number systems, floating point, single-precision, accuracy, double-precision, multiple precision, radix conversion, rational arithmetic, polynomial arithmetic, power series, fundamental constants, harmonic numbers, Bernoulli numbers, Fibonacci numbers.

  • THE ART OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
    Volume 3. Sorting and Searching.
    Knuth, Donald E., third edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: permutations, involutions, internal sorting, insertion, exchanging, selection, merging, distribution, optimum sorting, minimum-comparison, networks, external sorting, multiway merging, Polyphase merge, cascade merge, reading tape backwards, oscillating sort, radix sorting, disks, drums, sequential searching, comparison of keys, ordered table, binary tree searching, balanced trees, multiway trees, digital searching, hashing, retrieval on secondary keys, fundamental constants, harmonic numbers, Bernoulli numbers, Fibonacci numbers.

  • MATHEMATICS OF FRACTALS
    M. Yamaguti, M. Hata and J. Kigami, University of Bangalore Press, 1997.
    Keywords: fundamentals, dimension, Hausdorff, self-similarity, chaos, differentiation, Schauder, Rham, Lebesgue, wavelets, Sierpinski.

  • THE GEOMETRY OF FRACTAL SETS
    K.J. Falconer, University of Bangalore Press, 1997.
    Keywords: fundamentals, dimension, Hausdorff, self-similarity, chaos, differentiation, Schauder, Rham, Lebesgue, wavelets, Sierpinski.

  • THE LATEX GRAPHICS COMPANION (HdB)
    Goossens, Rahtz and Mittelbach, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: see LATEX user's guide; graphics for many applications.

  • MODERN ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
    Glyn James et al., 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
    Keywords: number, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, accuracy, application, functions, linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, circular, exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic, irrational, evaluation, complex numbers, loci, vector, line, plane, matrix, determinant, inverse, linear equations, rank, discrete, set theory, switching circuits, logic, prepositional, proof, sequences, series, recurrence, limit, infinite, power, real, continuity, differentiation, numerical, integration, optimization, improper, calculus of vectors, partial, ordinary, solving, first order, constant coefficient, second order, higher, Laplace transforms, data handling, probability theory, statistics, random events, variables, distribution, trigonometric.

  • NEURAL NETWORK TRAINING USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS
    Series in Machine Perception and Artificial Intelligence - Vol. 26.
    Editors A.J.F. van Rooij, L.C. Jain, R.P. Johnson, World Scientific, 1996.
    Keywords: neural networks basics, genetic algorithms basics, mathematical foundations, case-studies using GA training, comparison with back-propagation training.

  • HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
    Challenges for Future Systems.
    David J. Kuck, Oxford University Press, 1996.
    Keywords: parallel computing, software, architecture, performance speedup, stability, scalability, practical parallelism tests, future.

  • NUMERICAL RECIPES IN FORTRAN 90 (HdB)
    Press, Teukolsky, Vetterling and Flannery, Cambridge University Press, 1996.
    Keywords: fortran 90 language features, parallel programming, numerical recipes.

  • NUMERICAL RECIPES Example book (Fortran), 2nd Ed.
    Vetterling, Teukolski, Press and Flannery, Cambridge Univ Press, 1998 (1992).
    Keywords: programming and testing numerical recipes.

  • LATEX USER'S GUIDE AND REFERENCE MANUAL - 2E (HdB)
    Lamport, 2nd edition, Addison-Wesley, 1994.
    Keywords: professional scientific typesetting etc.

  • FORTRAN 90 EXPLAINED (HdB)
    Metcalf and Reid, Oxford Univ Press, 1990 (1994).
    Keywords: very concise introduction to F90.

  • SYSTOLIC PARALLEL PROCESSING
    Nikolay Petkov, North-Holland, Advances in Parallel Computing 5, 1993.
    Keywords: systolic array, VLSI implementation, algorithms, performance, communication, interconnections, automata, matrix-vector and matrix multiplication, systems of linear algebraic equations, triangularization, back substitution, iterative methods, inverse of a matrix, characteristic polynomial, matrix transposition, convolution, linear filters, bidirectional data flow, bit-level, convolver, multiplication, division, greatest common divisor, polynomial interpolation, sorting, bubble, running order statistics, rank filtering, priority queue, dynamic programing, convex hull, computational geometry, nearest-neighbour, dependence graphs, partitioning, algorithm mapping, time shearing.

  • UNIX FOR PROGRAMMERS AND USERS
    A Complete Guide.
    Graham Glass, Prentice Hall, 1993.
    Keywords: common tasks, vi, emacs, mail, Bourne shell, Korn shell, C shell, utilities, networking, C programming tools, systems programming, UNIX internals, system administration, future.

  • MORPHOMETRIC TOOLS FOR LANDMARK DATA
    Geometry and Biology.
    Fred L. Bookstein, Cambridge University Press, 1991.
    Keywords: principles, shape features, multivariate analysis, landmarks, distance, medial axis, distance measures, size allometry, shape coordinates, covariances between shape and size, Kendall's shape space, principal axes of shape change, tensors, biometric analysis, finite elements, Procrustes superposition, uniform component, inhomogeneity, transformations of quadrilaterals, quadratic component, warps, bending energy, retrospect, prospect, anisotropy, Poincare geometry.

  • GRAPHS
    An Introductory Approach.
    Robin J. Wilson, John J. Watkins; John Wiley & Sons, 1990.
    Keywords: vertex, isomorphism, adjacency, incidence, paths, cycles, applications, Four Cubes, digraf, Eulerian, Hamiltonian, connectivity, trees, planarity, coloring, maps, decomposition.

  • MATHEMATICA (HdB)
    A system for doing mathematics by computer.
    Wolfram, Addison-Wesley, 1988.
    Keywords: symbolic mathematics, equations, series, integrals, graphics, etc, etc.

  • POSTSCRIPT LANGUAGE TUTORIAL AND COOKBOOK (HdB)
    Adobe Systems Inc, 1986.
    Keywords: much better accessible than the ref manuals!

  • THE C PRIMER
    Hancock and Krieger, McGraw-Hill, 1982.
    Keywords: introduction, programming, C

  • TABLES OF SERIES, PRODUCTS AND INTEGRALS (HdB)
    Gradstein and Ryshik, German/English edition from Harri Deutsch, 1981.
    Keywords: finite series, numerical series, functional series, differential calculus, elementary functions, indefinite integrals, definite integrals
    Note: THE BOOK for integrals, also known as Gradshteyn and Ryzhik (Academic Press, 1980).

  • HANDBOOK OF MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS (HdB)
    Abramowitz and Stegun, Dover Publications, 1972 (?).
    Keywords: approximations, tables, polynomials, transcendental functions, hypergeometric functions
    Note: THE BOOK if you are looking for weird functions.

  • PROBABILITY, RANDOM VARIABLES, AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES (HdB)
    Papoulis, McGraw-Hill Int Student Editions, 1965.
    Keywords: see title; one of the best references in this area.

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    4. VISUAL PERCEPTION AND PSYCHOPHYSICS:

  • COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF VISION
    The Role of Combination.
    William R. Uttal et al., Marcel Dekker Inc., 1999.
    Optical Engineering Aeries #62.
    Keywords: neural foundations, psychophysical, channels, centers, interactions, combination, binding, edge, multiple segmentation, particle, 3-D vision, object recognition, surface reconstruction.

  • BRAIN WARPING
    Arthur W. Toga, Academic Press, 1999.
    Keywords: applications, visualization, spatial normalization, multiscale, multiresolution, nonlinear registration, template-driven segmentation, Bayesian framework, eigenfunctions, numerical methods, warps, landmark matching, anatomical labeling, diffusing models, nonlinear maps, biometric analysis, shape variability, elastic matching, probabilistic analysis, spatial interpolants, global pattern matching, crest lines, convex hulls, oct-tree splines, templates, pathology detection, human celebral cortex, polynomial warping.

  • SENSATION & PERCEPTION
    E. Bruce Goldstein, 5th edition, Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1999.
    Keywords: perception, receptors, neural processing, lateral geniculate nucleus, striate cortex, color, perceptual constancy, objects, visual space, size, illusions, ecological aspects, movement, sound, pitch perception, auditory system, loudness, timbre, auditory scene, speech perception, cutaneous senses, chemical senses, perceptual development, clinical aspects, signal detection.

  • VISION RESEARCH
    A Practical Guide to Laboratory Methods.
    Edited by R.H.S. Carpenter and J.G. Robson, Oxford University Press, 1998.
    Keywords: optics, photometry, light sources, visual-stimulus generation, generating and measuring colours, psychophysical methods, threshold, behavioural analysis, animal vision, infant vision, potential recording, eye movement, accomodation, pupil size.

  • OBJCT RECOGNITION IN MAN, MONKEY, AND MACHINE
    Reprinted from COGNITION: Int Journ of Cogn Sci, Volume 67, 1-2, July 1998.
    Michael J. Tarr and Heinrich H. Bulthoff (eds.), MIT/Elsevier, 1998.
    Keywords: 3D, recovery, viewpoint, face, diagnostic, perception.

  • EYE, BRAIN, AND VISION
    David H. Hubel, Scientific American (series #22), 1998.
    Keywords: impulse, synapse, circuit, eye, cortex, architecture, magnification, module, corpus callosum, stereopsis, color, deprivation, development, future.

  • COLOR VISION
    Perspectives from different disciplines.
    Editors: Werner G.K. Backhaus, Reinhold Kliegl, John S. Werner; Walter de Gruyter, 1998.
    Keywords: art, science, physiology, neuroethology, receptors, channels, retina, chromatic, molecular genetics, biological bases, color evoked potentials, MRI, wavelenght, photic environment, psychology, philosophy, blackness, terms, category, Grassman codes, dual code, object, illumination, contrast, gain, binocular, brightness, inferences, infant, metrics, applications, dichromacy, CIE, PostScript.

  • THE ATTENTIVE BRAIN
    Edited by Raja Parasuraman, MIT Press, 1998.
    Keywords: cognitive neuroscience, neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, electrophysiological approaches, functional anatomy, PET, MRI, cortical lesions, architecture, arousal, vigilance, visuospatial, object perception, pattern recognition, pop-out, segmentation, divided, behaviour, spatial working memory, selective, language, executive, development, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder, symptom, aging, dementia, neglect, mind adrift.

  • EYE AND BRAIN
    The Psychology of Seeing.
    Richard L. Gregory, 5th edition, Oxford University Press, 1998.
    Keywords: vision, light, eye, brain, brightness, movement, color, learning, art, illusions, speculations.

  • PSYCHOPHYSICS
    The Fundamentals.
    George A. Gescheider, 3nd edition, Laurence Erlbaum Associates, London, 1997.
    Keywords: differential sensitivity, absolute sensitivity, methods, theory, signal detection, procedures, applications, sensory attributes, discrimination scales, partition scales, ratio scaling, evaluation, the psychophysical law.

  • THE PERCEPTION OF VISUAL INFORMATION
    William R. Hendee, Peter N.T. Wells, 2nd edition, Springer, 1997.
    Keywords: physiological optics, eye, vision information, visual capability, model of human vision, visual stimuli, visual signals, visual data formatting, image manipulation, measurement of images, computer vision, decision support, ergonomics, image workstations, virtual reality, medicine, prospects.

  • PERCEPTION AS BAYESIAN INFERENCE
    Edited by David C. Knill & Whitman Richards, Cambridge University Press, 1996.
    Keywords: pattern theory, structure, categorical percepts, psychophysics, decision theory, observer theory, implications, visual information processing, shape, texture, binocular stereopsis, visual surfaces, shading, reflectance, homunculus.

  • HIGH-LEVEL VISION
    Object Recognition and Visual Cognition.
    Shimon Ullman, MIT Press, 1996.
    Keywords: object recognition, alignment approach, invariant properties, feature spaces, pictorial description, smooth bounding contours, combination of views, classification, model correspondence, segmentation, saliency, visual cognition, visual routines, sequence seeking, counter streams, visual cortex, curvature model, locally affine matching.

  • VISUAL PERCEPTION
    Physiology, Psychology, and Ecology.
    Vicki Bruce, Patrick R. Green, Mark A. Georgeson, 3rd edition, Psychology Press, 1997.
    Keywords: eyes, neurophysiology of retina, visual pathways, primal sketch, perceptual organization, depth, motion, object recognition, connectionist model, visual guidance, control of action, event, social world.

  • THE COMPUTATIONAL BRAIN
    Patricia S. Churchland, Terrence J. Sejnowski, 4th printing, MIT Press, 1996.
    Keywords: neuroscience, levels, brain facts, linear associators, Hopfield networks, Boltzmann machines, learning, competitive, curve fitting, feedforward nets, sketch, distribution, shape, shade, stereo vision, hyperacuity, vector averaging, hippocampus, synaptic plasticity, memory, cells, circuits, synaptic strenth, behavior, nervous system, sensorimotor, neuron, vestibulo ocular reflex, lesions, imaging, recording, tracing.

  • NEW HORIZONS IN THE STUDY OF GESTALT PERCEPTION (HdB)
    In memory of the late Professor Gaetano Kanizsa
    Edited by Sumi and Noguchi, 1996, distributed gratis by S. Sumi, Keio Univ, Yokohama.
    Keywords: illusions, modal and amodal completion, and much more.

  • HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTION AND ACTION
    Volume One - Perception.
    Edited by Wolfgang Prinz and Bruce Bridgeman, Volume 1, Academic Press, 1995.
    Keywords: temporal resolution, perceptual organization, visual patterns, segmentation, texture, Gabor filters, stereoscopy, depth, neural networks, information processing, cognitive factors, saccadic eye movements, extraretinal signals, orientation, constancy, auditory patterns, object recognition, context, event, symmetry, action, behaviour, research lines.

  • VISUAL PERCEPTION
    A Clinical Orientation.
    Steven H. Schwartz; Appleton & Lange, 1994.
    Keywords: experimental, ocular, retinal, anatomy, eye, transmission, duplex nature, rods, cones, dark, light, spatial, temporal, photometry, radiometry, color, anomalies, depth, perception, psychophysics, electrophysiology, parallel processing, cortex, Gross electrical potentials, aging.

  • CONTRAST SENSITIVITY
    Proceedings of the Retina Research Foundation Symposia.
    Edited by Robert Shapley and Dominic Man-Kit Lam, The MIT Press, Cambridge, 1993.
    Keywords: light and dark adaptation, retinal processing, visual signals, GABA receptor, retina-brain communication, ganglion cells, photoreceptors, parallel visual pathways, central visual pathways, information filtering, M and P pathways, cortical contrast, spatial channels, human contrast.

  • SPATIAL VISION
    Edited by David Regan, MacMillan Press, 1991.
    Vision and Visual Dysfunction Series #10.
    Keywords: stimuli, spatiotemporal vision, temporal, normal, abnormal, psychophysical models, hyperacuity, texture perception, colour contrast, binocular disparity, motion parallax, development, amblyopia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dopamine, cortical lesions, contrast sensitivity.

  • COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    Edited by Erich L. Schwartz, The MIT Press, 1990.
    Keywords: brain, nervous system, scope, content-addresable memory, neural networks, Liapunov method, dendritic branches, spines, synapses, spine clusters, real neuron architectures, biophysics, preattentive perception, 3-D form, hierarchical NN, local rules, computational constraints, neural assemblies, new learning models, oscillating NN, neural maps, bat auditory system, cortical cartography, fast segmentation, binocular images, self-organization, reference frames, dynamic remapping, neuroanatomy, oculomotor system, early visual processing, instantiation, goal, action, role, modular learning, broken brains, analog representation, striate cortex.

  • THE SENSES (HdB)
    Barlow and Mollon, Cambridge University Press, 1982.
    Keywords: anatomy, eye, accommodation, refraction, physiology, psychophysics, spatial, temporal, colour, binocular, eye movements, strabismus, auditory system, vestibular system, cutaneous sensory system, smell, taste.
    Note: good overview, a bit old but still OK apart from recent developments.

  • VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING (HdB)
    Spoehr and Lehmkuhle, Freeman and Comp, 1982.
    Keywords: sensory processes, pattern recognition, organization, gestalt, word recognition, picture processing, imagery and mental representation.

  • COLOR VISION (HdB)
    Leo M. Hurvich, Sinauer Associates, 1981.
    Keywords: spectrum, radiation, color, chromatic response, achromatic response, mixtures, matching, photopigments, cones, opponent processes, adaptation, deficiencies, trichromats, dichromats, monochromatism, color reproduction.

  • BRAINS, BEHAVIOR, AND ROBOTICS (HdB)
    Albus, McGraw-Hill - Byte Books, 1981.
    Keywords: elements of the brain, sensory input, central nervous system, behavior, neurological model, higher functions, robots, control, artificial intelligence.

  • COGNITION (HdB)
    Glass, Holyoak and Santa, Addison-Wesley, 1979.
    Keywords: representation, perception, recognition, recall, information encoding, attention, consciousness, language, hemispheric specialization, categories, reasoning.

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    5. CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS:

  • 11th BRITISH MACHINE VISION CONFERENCE
    Proceedings, Bristol, UK, September 11-14, 2000, Vol. 1 and 2 (also on CD).

  • OCEANS 2000
    MTS/IEEE Conference & Exhibition (Proceedings only on CD), Providence, Rhode Island, USA, September 11-14, 2000.
    IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society.

  • 15th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Proceedings, Barcelona, Spain, September 3-7, 2000.
    Vol. 1 Computer Vision and Image Analysis, Vol. 2 Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks, Vol. 3 Image, Speech and Signal Processing, Vol. 4 Applications, Robotics Systems and Architectures.

  • 11th PORTUGUESE CONFERENCE ON PATTERN RECOGNITION
    Proceedings, Porto, Portugal, May 11-12, 2000 (also on CD).

  • 10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING
    Proceedings, Venice, Italy, September 27-29, 1999.

  • OCEANS'99
    MTS/IEEE Conference Proceedings (only on CD), Seattle, Washington, USA, September 13-16, 1999.
    IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society.

  • ENERGY MINIMIZATION METHODS IN COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION
    2nd Int. Workshop, EMMCVPR'99, York, UK, July 1999; 330 pp.

  • PERCEPTION, supplement Vol 28, 1999, pp. 1-156.
    Proceedings (abstracts) 22nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Trieste, Italy, 22-26 August 1999.
    (Note: the abstracts of the previous ECVPs in Oxford, Strasbourg etc are also available)

  • ENERGY MINIMIZATION METHODS IN COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION - EMMCVPR'99
    2nd Int Workshop.
    York, UK, July 26-29 1999; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1654.

  • INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MEDICAL IMAGING - IPMI'99
    Proc 16th Int Conf.
    Visegrad, Hungary, June 28 - July 2 1999; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1613.

  • RENDERING TECHNIQUES '99
    Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop, Granada, Spain, June 21-23, 1999.
    D. Lischinski, G.W. Larson (eds.), Springer Computer Science.

  • VISUAL INFORMATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS - VISUAL'99
    Proc 3rd Int Conf.
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2-4 1999; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1614.

  • DATA VISUALIZATION '99
    Proceedings of the Joint Eurographics and IEEE Symposium on Visualization, Vienna, Austria, May 26-28, 1999.
    E. Groller, H. Loffelmann, W. Ribarsky (eds.), Springer.

  • DISCRETE GEOMETRY FOR COMPUTER IMAGERY - DGCI'99
    Proc 8th Int Conf.
    Marne-la-Vallee, France, March 1999; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1568.

  • OCEANS'98
    IEEE/OES Conference, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, Nice, France, September 28 - October 1, 1998.
    IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society.
    Also available on CD!

  • EUROGRAPHICS'98
    STAR - State of the Art Reports.
    19th Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics, Lisbon, Portugal, August 31 - September 4, 1998.
    Editors: A. Augusto de Sousa and Bob Hopgood

  • EUROGRAPHICS'98
    Expanding the scope of Computer Graphics Companion Proceedings to EUROGRAPHICS'98.
    19th Annual Conference of the European Association for Computer Graphics, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2 - 4, 1998.
    Short Presentations.

  • 3rd EUROPEAN MARINE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE (HdB)
    MAST, Lisbon, May 1998; Project synopses, Vol III: Generic Technologies.

  • IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING (HdB)
    9th Int Conf, ICIAP'95.
    Florence, Italy, September 1997; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volumes 1310 and 1311.

  • ADVANCES IN PATTERN RECOGNITION - SSPR'98 & SPR'98
    Proc Joint IAPR Int Workshops.
    Sydney, Australia, August 1998; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1451.

  • RENDERING TECHNIQUES '98
    Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop, Vienna, Austria, June 29- July 1, 1998.
    G. Drettakis, N. Max (eds.), Springer Computer Science.

  • VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS '98
    Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop, Stuttgart, Germany, June 16-18, 1998.
    M. Gobel, J. Landauer, U. Lang, M. Wapler (eds.), Springer Computer Science.

  • COMPUTER VISION - ECCV'98
    Proc 5th European Conference on Computer Vision, Volume I and II.
    Freiburg, Germany, June 2-6 1998; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1406 and 1407.

  • VISUALIZATION IN SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING '98
    Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop, Blaubeuren, Germany, April 20-22, 1998.
    D. Bartz (ed.), Springer Computer Science.

  • PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL DOCUMENT PROCESSING - PODDP'98
    Proc 4th Int Workshop.
    Saint Malo, France, March 1998; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1481.

  • IWSNHC3DI'97
    International Workshop on Synthetic - Natural Hybrid Coding and Three Dimensional Imaging, Rhodes, Greece, September 5 - 9, 1997.
    Editors: Nikos Sarris and Michael G, Strintzis.

  • GRAPHICS RECOGNITION - GREC'97
    Selected Papers 2nd Int Workshop - Algorithms and Systems.
    Nancy, France, August 1997; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1389.

  • ARCHITECTURE AND PROGRAMMING OF PARALLEL AND HIGH PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS
    EXERCISES - SOLUTIONS.
    EC Summer School - June 23 - 27, 1997, Rijkuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
    Nikolay Petkov

  • VECTOR AND PARALLEL PROCESSING - VECPAR'96 (HdB)
    2nd Int Conf on Vector and Parallel Processing - Systems and Applications.
    Porto, Portugal, September 1996; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1215.

  • COMPUTER ARCHITECTURES FOR MACHINE PERCEPTION (HdB)
    CAMP'95, Como, Italy, September 1995; IEEE Comp Soc Press.

  • IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING (HdB)
    8th Int Conf, ICIAP'95.
    San Remo, Italy, September 1995; Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 974.

  • Proc 2nd PAMONOP WORKSHOP (HdB)
    Faro, November 1995.

  • SIGGRAPH'95
    The 22nd International Conference on Computer Graphics.
    Los Angeles, USA, August 6-11, 1995, on CD.

  • SIGGRAPH'94
    The 21st International Conference on Computer Graphics.
    Orlando, USA, July 25-29, 1994, on CD.

  • SIGGRAPH'93
    The 20th International Conference on Computer Graphics on CD.

  • Proc SWISS VISION'93 (HdB)
    ETH Zuerich, September 1993.

  • 1st SWISS SYMPOSIUM ON PATTERN RECOGNITION AND COMPUTER VISION (HdB)
    EPFL Lausanne, January 1992.

  • PROGRESS IN IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING II (HdB)
    6th Int Conf, ICIAP'91.
    Como, Italy, September 1991; World Scientific.

  • PROGRESS IN IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING (HdB)
    5th Int Conf, ICIAP'91.
    Positano, Italy, September 1989; World Scientific.

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    6. PhD THESES:

    WAVELET-BASED X-RAY VOLUME RENDERING
    M. Westenberg, R-Univ Groningen, 2001.

    COMPUTATIONAL MODELS OF TEXTURE PROCESSING NEURONS
    P. Kruizinga, R-Univ Groningen, 1999.

    QUANTITATIVE FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
    Autofocusing, z-axis calibration, image sensors, fluorescence lifetime imaging.
    F. Boddeke, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    FUZZY PROBABILISTIC LEARNING AND REASONING
    G.C. van den Eijkel, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    DOCUMENT INTERPRETATION applied to public-utility maps
    J.G.M. Schavemaker, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    BIOMEDICAL WAVEFORM VALIDATION
    E. Vullings, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    RESTORATION OF ARCHIVED FILM AND VIDEO
    P.M.B. van Roosmalen, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    IMAGE RESTORATION IN FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
    G. van Kempen, Techn Univ Delft, 1999.

    MULTISCALE ANNEALING FOR GROUPING, SEGMENTATION AND IMAGE QUANTIZATION
    J. Puzicha, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Univ, Bonn, Germany, 1999.

    DATA CLUSTERING AND BEYOND
    A deterministic annealing framework for exploratory data analysis.
    T. Hofmann, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Univ, Bonn, Germany, 1999.

    VISUAL NAVIGATION ON OPTICAL FLOW
    A. Dev, Univ. Amsterdam, 1998.

    NATURAL IMAGE STATISTICS AND VISUAL PROCESSING
    A. van der Schaaf, Rijksuniv. Groningen (BCN), The Netherlands, 1998.

    A BIOLOGICALLY PLAUSIBLE MODEL FOR CORNER-BASED OBJECT RECOGNITION FROM COLOR IMAGES
    T. Lourens, Rijksuniv. Groningen, The Netherlands, 1998.

    GENERALISATION IN FEED FORWARD NEURAL CLASSIFIERS
    A. Hoekstra, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1998.

    COMPUTATIONAL AND OPTICAL METHODS FOR IMPROVING RESOLUTION AND SIGNAL QUALITY IN FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
    P.J. Verveer, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1998.

    MEASUREMENT OF FLUORESCENCE LIFETIMES USING NOISE AND PRBS MODULATED LIGHT
    V. Schenkeveld, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1998.

    ONE FEATURE TO RULE THEM ALL
    The dependencies between position, color and form (perception).
    R.F.T. Brouwer, Rijksuniv. Leiden, The Netherlands, 1998

    REGION-BASED ANALYSIS AND CODING OF STEREOSCOPIC VIDEO
    M. Ziegler, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1997.

    VARIABLE BIT RATE COMPRESSED VIDEO
    P. van der Meer, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1997.

    IMAGE REPRESENTATION AND COMPRESSION USING STEERED HERMITE TRANSFORMS
    T. van Dijk, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1997.

    AUTOMATED IMAGE ANALYSIS OF FISH-STAINED CELL NUCLEI
    H. Netten, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1997.

    IMAGE ENHANCEMENT FOR LOW VISION
    T. Roelofs, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1997.

    DISPARITY ESTIMATION IN STEREOSCOPIC DIGITAL IMAGES
    R.E.H. Franich, Techn. Univ Delft, The Netherlands, 1996.

    VISUALLY ACQUIRED INFORMATION ABOUT ROTATING OBJECTS
    H.-J. van Veen, Univ. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1996.

    VISUALISING GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR BLIND USERS
    L.H.D. Poll, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1996

    TOUCH
    In user interface navigation.
    D.V. Keyson, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1996.

    PERCEPTUAL MODELS AND ARCHITECTURES FOR VIDEO CODING APPLICATIONS
    Chr. van den Branden Lambrecht, EPF Lausanne, 1996.

    MUSTERSPEZIFISCHE UND STOCHASTISCHE KOMPONENTEN BEI DER DETEKTION VISUELLER MUSTER
    G. Meinhardt, Wetfaelischen Wilhelms-Univ, Muenster, germany, 1995.

    EDGE-BASED IMAGE REPRESENTATION AND CODING
    P.J.L. van Beek, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1995.

    EYE MOVEMENTS AND MENTAL EFFORT
    P.J.A. Unema, Techn. Univ. Berlin, Germany, 1995.

    QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN CONFOCAL IMAGE CYTOMETRY
    K.C. Strasters, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1994.

    SUBSAMPLING METHODS FOR IMAGE SEQUENCE CODING
    R.A.F. Belfor, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1994.

    NEURAL PATTERN CLASSIFYING SYSTEMS
    Theory and experiments with trainable pattern classifiers.
    W.F. Schmidt, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1994.

    A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR COMPOSITIONAL REASONING WITH UNCERTAINTY
    B. Goedhart, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1994.

    MULTILAYER DYNAMIC LINK NETWORKS FOR ESTABLISHING IMAGE POINT CORRESPONDENCES AND VISUAL OBJECT RECOGNITION
    R.P. Wuertz, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum (IfNeuroinformatik), Germany, 1994.

    STRATEGIES FOR MOTION DETECTION AND TEXTURE RECOGNITION IN ARTIFICIAL VISUAL SYSTEMS
    J. van Deemter, Rijksuniv. Groningen, The Netherlands, 1994.

    DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS METHODS FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGE ANALYSIS
    J.C. Mullikin, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.

    SUPERVISED BOUNDARY FORMATION
    C.M. Orange, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.

    OBJECT RECOGNITION FOR FLEXIBLE ASSEMBLY USING STEREO VISION
    J. Buurman, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.

    KNOWLEDGE-BASED RECOGNITION OF MAN-MADE OBJECTS
    K. Schutte, Univ. Twente, The Netherlands, 1994.

    OBJECTIVE DISTORTION MEASURES FOR IMAGES BASED ON HUMAN VISUAL PERCEPTION
    B.S.A. Karunasekera, Univ Cambridge, 1994.

    LUMINANCE-BRIGHTNESS MAPPING: THE MISSING DECADES
    G. Schouten, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1993.

    GREY-SCALE MEASUREMENTS
    In multi-dimensional digitized images.
    L.J. van Vliet, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.

    ANALYSIS OF ELECTRON MICROSCOPE IMAGES
    3-D localization of immuno-markers.
    P. Starink, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1993.

    BINOCULAR PERCEPTION OF SPATIAL CONFIGURATION
    S.C. de Vries, Univ. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1993.

    DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF IMAGE FILTERS
    T.G. Campbell, Tampere Techn. Univ., Finland, 1992.

    ADAPTIVE FILTERING METHODS
    P.C.W. Sommen, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 1992.

    LINEAR AND NONLINEAR ADAPTIVE FILTERING AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY ENHANCEMENT
    Y.H. Gu, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 1992.

    HIERARCHICAL CURVATURE ESTIMATION IN COMPUTER VISION
    H. Barman, Linkoping Univ, Sweden, 1991.

    DISCRETE SCALE-SPACE THEORY AND THE SCALE-SPACE PRIMAL SKETCH
    T. Lindeberg, Stockholm Univ., Sweden, 1991.

    STRATEGIES OF ROBUST OBJECT RECOGNITION FOR THE AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION OF HUMAN FACES
    M. Bichsel, ETH Zuerich, Switzerland, 1991.

    PERCEIVED SHARPNESS IN STATIC AND MOVING IMAGES
    J.H.D.M. Westerink, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1991.

    HUMAN PERCEPTION OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL LUMINANCE STRUCTURE
    H. Snippe, Rijksuniv. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1991.

    FEATURE EXTRACTION BASED ON A TENSOR IMAGE DESCRIPTION
    C-F. Westin, Linkoping Univ., Sweden, 1991.

    LOW-LEVEL IMAGE PROCESSING ARCHITECTURES
    Compared for some non-linear recursive neighbourhood operations.
    E. Komen, Techn. Univ. Delft, 1990.

    ITERATIVE IDENTIFICATION AND RESTORATION OF IMAGES
    R.L. Lagendijk, Techn. Univ. Delft, 1990.

    DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN IMAGE UNDERSTANDING SYSTEM: DADS
    X.S. Cheng, Techn. Univ. Delft, 1990.

    DIATOMEEN AUS DER UMGEBUNG VON ZERMATT
    G. Hintz, Cryptogamica Helvetica, Vol 17, 1990

    ALTERSABHAENGIGE GRENZEN DER ZEITLICHEN UEBERTRAGUNGSEIGENSCHAFTEN DES MENSCHLICHEN VISUELLEN SYSTEMS
    M. Schrauf, Philipps-Univ. Marburg, Germany, 1989.

    MODELLING THE TRANSIENT VISUAL SYSTEM
    A.C. den Brinker, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1989.

    INVARIANTE BILDBESCHREIBUNG MIT HILFE VON AUTOVERGEICHS-FUNKTIONEN
    H. Gluender, Techn Univ Muenchen, Germany, 1988.

    LOCAL SYMMETRY FEATURES IN IMAGE PROCESSING
    J. Bigun, Linkoping Univ, Sweden, 1988.

    SEGMENTATION OF NOISY IMAGES
    J.J. Gerbrands, Techn Univ Delft, 1988.

    THEORETISCHE UNTERSUCHUNGEN ZUR EXTRACTION MONOKULARER TIEFENHINWEISE (KONTUREN UND SCHATTIERUNG) UND IHRE PARTIELLE METHODISCHE EVALUIERUNG IN EINEM RECHNERGESTUETZTEN PERZEPTIONSLABOR
    H. Neumann, Univ Hamburg, Germany, 1988.

    LINEAR MEDIAN HYBRID FILTERS FOR NONSTATIONARY ONE- AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
    A. Nieminen, Tampere Techn. Univ., Finland, 1987.

    SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BRIGHTNESS AND APPARENT-CONTRAST PERCEPTION
    J.M.H. du Buf, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1987.

    DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF HUMAN BRIGHTNESS PERCEPTION
    H. de Ridder, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1987.

    VISION OF DETAILS IN SPACE AND TIME
    F.J.J. Blommaert, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1987.

    DIGITISATION FUNCTIONS IN COMPUTER GRAPHICS
    M. van Lierop, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 1987.

    EFFICIENT AND FAST DATA COMPRESSION CODES FOR DISCRETE SOURCES WITH MEMORY
    T. Tjalkens, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 1987.

    A DESCRIPTION OF VISUAL STRUCTURE
    B.J.A. Krose, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1986.

    DISCRETE STRAIGHT LINE SEGMENTS: PARAMETERS, PRIMITIVES AND PROPERTIES
    L. Dorst, Techn. Univ. Delft, The Netherlands, 1986.

    PROPAGATING INHIBITION
    A study on the spatiotemporal properties of inhibition in the human visual system.
    P.C. Vrolijk, Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1986.

    ON VISUAL PERCEPTS RELATED TO RECEPTIVE AND PERCEPTIVE FIELD PROPERTIES
    L. van Erning, Kath. Univ. Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 1984.

    EIN SCHNELL KONVERGIERENDES DISPLACEMENT-SCHAETZVERFAHREN FUER DIE INTERPOLATION VON FERNSEHBILDSEQUENZEN
    H. Bergmann, Univ Hannover, Germany, 1984.

    VISUAL DISCRIMINATION OF LOCAL FEATURES IN SPATIAL PATTERNS
    J.H.T. Jamar, Rijksuniv. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1983.

    NOISE LIMITED HUMAN VISION
    A.M.M. Lelkens, Rijksuniv. Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1983.

    ON THE EVALUATION OF MEDICAL IMAGES
    J.P. de Valk, Kath. Univ. Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 1983.

    IMAGE TEXTURE ANALYSIS AND SEGMENTATION
    M. Pietikainen, Univ. Oulu, Finland, 1982.

    SIMPLIFICATION AUTOMATIQUE DE SCENES PAR TRAITEMENT NUMERIQUE D'IMAGES EN VUE D'UNE RESTITUTION TACTILE POUR HANDICAPES DE LA VUE
    T. Pun, EPF Lausanne, Switzerland, 1982.

    DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF HUMAN VISION
    J.A.J. Roufs, Techn. Univ. Eindhoven (IPO), The Netherlands, 1973.

    FARBIGE GITTER
    Abbildung auf der Netzhaut und Uebertragungstheoretische Beschreibung der Farbwahrnehmung.
    H. Munker, Habilitattionsschrift, Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ, Muenchen, 1970.
    A precious gift from Ingo Rentschler (Munker-White effect).


    HdB's private collection; sort of antiques; not only PhD theses...

    OPTIMAL PAIRED COMPARISON DESIGNS FOR FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTS
    E. van Berkum, TH Eindhoven, 1985.

    SIGNAL PROCESSING IN THE HUMAN VISUAL SYSTEM AT LOW LUMINANCE LEVELS
    P. Zuidema, RU Utrecht, 1984.

    LECTURES ON LINEAR SYSTEMS THEORY
    M.F. Norman, reprinted from J of Math Psychology, Vol 23, 1981.

    THE FORMAL SEMANTICS OF MASS TERMS
    H.C. Bunt, Univ Amsterdam, 1981.

    SPATIO-TEMPORAL AND CROMATIC PROPERTIES OF VISUAL NEURONES IN THE RHESUS MONKEY GENICULATE NUCLEUS
    C. Gielen, KU Nijmegen, 1980.

    VISUAL RECOGNITION OF WORDS
    D.G. Bouwhuis, KU Nijmegen, 1979.

    ENERGIE EN VITALITEIT
    J.F. Schouten, afscheidscollege, TH Eindhoven, 1978.

    GLOBAL ATTRIBUTES IN VISUAL WORD RECOGNITION
    C.W.J. Schiepers, KU Nijmegen, 1976.

    ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS INTO LUMINANCE CODING IN THE RETINA OF A TREE SHREW [TUPAIA CHINENSIS]
    H.J. ter Laak, KU Nijmegen, 1975.

    EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES IN SPATIOTEMPORAL CONTRAST TRANSFER BY THE HUMAN EYE
    F.L. van Nes, RU Utrecht, 1968.

    ON THE INTERACTION OF A SOUND WITH ITS REPETITIONS
    F.A. Bilsen, TH Delft, 1968.

    STRUCTURAL INFORMATION OF VISUAL PATTERNS
    E. van Leeuwenberg, KU Nijmegen, 1967.

    ANALYSIS OF EEG RESPONSES IN MAN
    evoked by sine wave modulated light.
    H. Spekreijse, Univ Amsterdam, 1966.

    RECEPTIVE SYSTEMS
    Mediating certain light reactions of the pupil of the human eye
    H. Bouma, TH Eindhoven, 1965.

    ON MECHANISMS OF GLARE
    J.J. Vos, RU Utrecht, 1963.

    THE SELECTIVE PROCESS IN THE FUNCTIONAL VISUAL FIELD
    A.F. Sanders, RVO-TNO, 1963.

    ON THE MECHANISMS OF COLOUR VISION
    P.L. Walraven, RVO-TNO, published after 1962.

    DE GANG DER GEDACHTE; Negen voordrachten
    o.a. J.F. Schouten, Nijhoff, 1960.

    ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS AND PHASE-SHIFT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HUMAN FOVEA-CORTEX SYSTEMS IN RELATION TO FLICKER-FUSION PHENOMENA
    H. de Lange Dzn, TH Delft, 1957.

    VISUAL POWER AND VISIBILITY
    G.J. Fortuin, RU Groningen, 1951.

    THE PHYSICAL BACKGROUND OF PERCEPTION
    E.D. Adrian, Oxford Univ Press, 1947.

    PHYSIOLOGISCH-OPTISCHE BESCHOUWINGEN BETREFFENDE DE VISUEELE BEOORDEELING VAN ROENTGENPHOTOGRAMMEN
    J. ten Doesschate, RU Utrecht, 1942.

    VISUEELE METING VAN ADAPTATIE EN VAN DE WEDERZIJDSCHE BEINVLOEDING VAN NETVLIESELEMENTEN
    J.F. Schouten, RU Utrecht, 1937.

    GEHIRN UND RUECKENMARK
    Leitfaden fuer das Studium der Morphologie und des Faserverlaufs.
    E. Villiger, Univ Basel, 1920.

    LICHTPRIKKELS EN RETINASTROOMEN IN HUN QUANTITATIEF VERBAND
    H.K. de Haas, RU Leiden, 1903.

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    7. TECHNICAL REPORTS ETC:

  • Publications 1998.
    Pattern Recognition Group of Delft University of Technology.
    Copies of published papers etc; many different areas; pp 321; very useful!

  • Publications 1997.
    Pattern Recognition Group of Delft University of Technology.
    Copies of published papers etc; many different areas; pp 321; very useful!

  • THIRD QUINQUENNIAL REVIEW 1991-1996
    Dutch Society for Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, 1996.
    26 reprints of papers, generally high quality, very useful!

  • FIRST QUINQUENNIAL REVIEW 1981-1986
    Dutch Society for Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, 1986.
    22 reprints of papers, already a bit old...

    Pfff, under construction...

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    8. CONTACT THE VISION LABORATORY:

    Students with projects and those from the Masters course can consult the library, but we must keep track of what happens...
    As for now, books etc stay in the lab and need to be consulted in the lab. Period.

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