Roy Schestowitz <email@example.com> writes:
> Michael Daly wrote:
>> Could someone please recommend a good, fairly comprehensive book
>> on image processing. Not the one you borrow to read, but buy
>> as a keeper.
> From what I can gather, the book from Sonka et al. and another from Jain are
> very popular and comprehensive. That's probably the type which you want on
> the shelf as a quick reference.
If you mean Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing by Jain, then I want
to disagree with that recommendation. It's a good book for the right
audience and purpose, but it is quite dated. I've taught from it, and I
did a detailed review of it back in 1993, and from those experiences I
learned that book's coverage stops in the early 1980s.
Development Manager, Image Processing Group
The MathWorks, Inc.