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Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications

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Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 1848829345
Number of pages: 655

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The book emphasizes basic techniques that work under real-world conditions, not the esoteric mathematics that has intrinsic elegance but less practical applicability. The text is suitable for teaching a senior-level undergraduate course in computer vision to students in computer science and electrical engineering.

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