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Digital video processing for engineers [electronic resource] : a foundation for embedded systems design / Michael Parker, Suel Dhanani.

Author/Creator:
Parker, Michael.
Edition:
1st ed.
Publication:
Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2013.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (235 p.)
Subjects:
Digital video.
Image processing.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
Any device or system with imaging functionality requires a digital video processing solution as part of its embedded system design. Engineers need a practical guide to technology basics and design fundamentals that enables them to deliver the video component of complex projects. This book introduces core video processing concepts and standards, and delivers practical how-to guidance for engineers embarking on digital video processing designs using FPGAs. It covers the basic topics of video processing in a pictorial, intuitive manner with minimal use of mathematics. Key outcomes and b
Contents:
Front Cover; Digital Video Processing for Engineers: A Foundation for Embedded Systems Design; Copyright; Contents; CHAPTER 1 - VIDEO IN THE MODERN WORLD; CHAPTER 2 - INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PROCESSING; 2.1 Digital Video: Pixels and Resolution; 2.2 Digital Video: Pixels and Bits; 2.3 Digital Video: Color Spaces; 2.4 Video Processing Performance; CHAPTER 3 - SAMPLING AND ALIASING; 3.1 Nyquist Sampling Rule; CHAPTER 4 - INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FILTERING; 4.1 Median Filtering; 4.2 FIR Filters; 4.3 FIR Filter Construction; 4.4 Computing Frequency Response; CHAPTER 5 - VIDEO SCALING
5.1 Understanding Video Scaling5.2 Implementing Video Scaling; 5.3 Video Scaling for Different Aspect Ratios; 5.4 Conclusion; CHAPTER 6 - VIDEO DEINTERLACING; 6.1 Basic Deinterlacing Techniques; 6.2 Motion-Adaptive Deinterlacing: The Basics; 6.3 Logic Requirements; 6.4 Cadence Detection; 6.5 Conclusion; CHAPTER 7 - ALPHA BLENDING; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Concept and Math Behind Alpha Blending; 7.3 Implementing Alpha Blending in Hardware; 7.4 Creating a Different Background; 7.5 Conclusion; CHAPTER 8 - SENSOR PROCESSING FOR IMAGE SENSORS; 8.1 CMOS Sensor Basics
8.2 A Simplistic HW Implementation of Bayer Demosaicing8.3 Sensor Processing in Military Electro-optical Infrared Systems; 8.4 Conclusion; CHAPTER 9 - VIDEO INTERFACES; 9.1 SDI; 9.2 Display Port; 9.3 HDMI; 9.4 DVI; 9.5 VGA; 9.6 CVBS; 9.7 S-Video; 9.8 Component Video; CHAPTER 10 - VIDEO ROTATION; 10.1 Interpolation; CHAPTER 11 - ENTROPY, PREDICTIVE CODING AND QUANTIZATION; 11.1 Entropy; 11.2 Huffman Coding; 11.3 Markov Source; 11.4 Predictive Coding; 11.5 Differential Encoding; 11.6 Lossless Compression; 11.7 Quantization; 11.8 Decibels; CHAPTER 12 - FREQUENCY DOMAIN REPRESENTATION
12.1 DFT and IDFT Equations12.2 Fast Fourier Transform; 12.3 Discrete Cosine Transform; CHAPTER 13 - IMAGE COMPRESSION FUNDAMENTALS; 13.1 Baseline JPEG; 13.2 DC Scaling; 13.3 Quantization Tables; 13.4 Entropy Coding; 13.5 JPEG Extensions; CHAPTER 14 - VIDEO COMPRESSION FUNDAMENTALS; 14.1 Block Size; 14.2 Motion Estimation; 14.3 Frame Processing Order; 14.4 Compressing I-frames; 14.5 Compressing P-frames; 14.6 Compressing B-frames; 14.7 Rate Control and Buffering; 14.8 Quantization Scale Factor; CHAPTER 15 - FROM MPEG TO H.264 VIDEO COMPRESSION; 15.1 MPEG-2
15.2 H.264 Video Compression Standard15.3 Digital Cinema Applications; CHAPTER 16 - VIDEO NOISE AND COMPRESSION ARTIFACTS; 16.1 Salt-and-pepper Noise; 16.2 Mosquito Noise; 16.3 Block Artifacts; CHAPTER 17 - VIDEO MODULATION AND TRANSPORT; 17.1 Complex Modulation and Demodulation; 17.2 Modulated Signal Bandwidth; 17.3 Pulse Shaping Filter; 17.4 Raised Cosine Filter; 17.5 Signal Upconversion; 17.6 Digital Upconversion; CHAPTER 18 - VIDEO OVER IP; 18.1 Basics of Internet Protocol (IP); 18.2 Encapsulation; 18.3 Video Streams; 18.4 Transport Protocols; 18.5 IP Transport
18.6 Video Over Internet Issues
Notes:
Includes index.
Contributor:
Dhanani, Suhel.
ISBN:
1-283-61973-3
9786613932181
0-12-415761-0
OCLC:
815978759
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