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Call number:Z246.W634::2004 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The non-designers design book Design and typographic principles for the visual novice
Author(s): Robin Williams
Date:2004
Publisher:Peachpit Press
ISBN:9780321193858
Keywords: Layout (Printing) Handbooks, manuals, etc. , Graphic design (Typography) , Graphic arts.
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Call number:SPRINGER-1993-9783642778476:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamentals of Electronic Imaging Systems Some Aspects of Image Processing
Author(s): William F Schreiber
Date:1993
Edition:Third Edition
Size:1 online resource (332 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77847-6
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is Image Processing -- 1.2 Descriptions of Images -- 1.3 Sources and Types of Images -- 1.4 Processing Images -- 1.5 Purposes of Processing -- 1.6 Image Quality -- 1.7 A Generalized Image Processing System
-- 1.8 A Simple Television System -- 1.9 Lessons for the System Designer -- 2. Light and Optical Imaging Systems -- 2.1 Light Sources -- 2.2 Photometry -- 2.3 Luminous Transfer of Simple Optical Systems -- 2.4 Some Nonideal Behavior of
Simple Optical Systems -- 2.5 Fourier Optics and the Modulation Transfer Function -- 2.6 Quantum Phenomena and Related Noise Sources -- 2.7 Lessons for the System Designer -- 2.8 Appendix: Statistical Considerations -- 3. Perception of
Images -- 3.1 Seeing in the Dark -- 3.2 Contrast Sensitivity -- 3.3 The Effect of Shape -- 3.4 Masking -- 3.5 Temporal Phenomena -- 3.6 Lessons for the System Designer -- 4. Sampling, Interpolation, and Quantization -- 4.1 Introduction
-- 4.2 The Sampling Theorem -- 4.3 The Two-Dimensional Spectrum -- 4.4 Interpolation of Digital Images -- 4.5 The Presampling Filter -- 4.6 Hexagonal Sampling -- 4.7 Quantization -- 4.8 Lessons for the System Designer -- 5. Compression
-- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Information-Preserving Coding -- 5.3 Graphics Coding -- 5.4 Coding of Continuous-Tone Images -- 5.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- 6. Image Processing in the Graphic Arts -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Type
Composition -- 6.3 Modern Plate Making -- 6.4 The Halftone Process -- 6.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- Color -- 7.1 Color Matching -- 7.2 Color Mixtures -- 7.3 Numerical Colorimetry -- 73.5 The Nature of the CDE Primaries -- 7.4
Other Color Spaces -- 7.5 Additive Color Reproduction -- 7.6 Subtractive Color Reproduction -- 7.7 Color Editing -- 7.8 Color Coding -- 7.9 Some Experiments in Color Perception -- 7.10 Lessons for the System Designer -- 8. The Design
of Improved Television Systems -- 8.1 A Review of TV Basics -- 8.2 Relevant Psychophysics -- 8.3 The 1941 NTSC System -- 8.4 Adding Color -- 8.5 NTSC System-Design Limitations -- 8.6 Compatible Improvements to NTSC -- 8.7 Designing
from Scratch -- 8.8 Desirable Characteristics of a New System -- 8.9 Channel Considerations -- 8.10 Interference Considerations -- 8.11 Video Function Characteristics Useful for System Design -- 8.12 Some Specialized Video
Signal-Processing Techniques -- 8.13 Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting -- 8.14 Some Sample System Designs -- 8.15 Lessons for the System Designer -- Appendix: Development of High-Definition Television in Japan, Europe, and the United
States -- A1. Introduction -- A1.1 Compatibilityz -- A1.2 Spectrum Considerations -- A1.3 Alternative Transmission Channelsx -- A1.4 Transition Scenarios -- A2. Japan -- A2.1 History of the Japanese Developments -- A2.2 The “Studio”
System -- A2.3 MUSE -- A2.4 Systems Specifically Designed for US Broadcast Use -- A2.4.1 Narrow MUSE -- A2.4.2 NTSC “MUSE”-6 -- A2.4.3 NTSC “MUSE”-9 -- A2.5 Conclusions: Japan -- A3. The United States -- A3.1 The FCC Inquiry -- A3.2
Orginially Proposed Systems -- A3.3 The General Instrument Proposal -- A3.4 Other Digital Proposals -- A3.5 Problems of All-Digital Systems -- A3.6 Conclusions: United States -- A4. Europe -- A4.1 Multiplexed Analog Components -- A4.2
Overall European Strategy -- A4.3 Technological Approach -- A4.4 Three-Branch Motion Compensation -- A4.5 Implementation of D2-MAC and HD-MAC -- A4.6 PALplus -- A4.7 Digital Television in Europe -- A4.8 Conclusions: Europe -- A5.
Overall Conclusions -- References
ISBN:9783642778476
Series:eBooks
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Springer eBooks
Series:Springer Series in Information Sciences: 15
Keywords: Physics , Image processing , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Image Processing and Computer Vision , Communications Engineering, Networks
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9783662007433:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamentals of Electronic Imaging Systems Some Aspects of Image Processing
Author(s): William F Schreiber
Date:1991
Edition:Second Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (304 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-00743-3
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is Image Processing? -- 1.2 Descriptions of Images -- 1.3 Sources and Types of Images -- 1.4 Processing Images -- 1.5 Purposes of Processing -- 1.6 Image Quality -- 1.7 A Generalized Image Processing System
-- 1.8 A Simple Television System -- 1.9 Lessons for the System Designer -- 2. Light and Optical Imaging Systems -- 2.1 Light Sources -- 2.2 Photometry -- 2.3 Luminous Transfer of Simple Optical Systems -- 2.4 Some Nonideal Behavior of
Simple Optical Systems -- 2.5 Fourier Optics and the Modulation Transfer Function -- 2.6 Quantum Phenomena and Related Noise Sources -- 2.7 Lessons for the System Designer -- 2.8 Appendix: Statistical Considerations -- 3. Perception of
Images -- 3.1 Seeing in the Dark -- 3.2 Contrast Sensitivity -- 3.3 The Effect of Shape -- 3.4 Masking -- 3.5 Temporal Phenomena -- 3.6 Lessons for the System Designer -- 4. Sampling, Interpolation, and Quantization -- 4.1 Introduction
-- 4.2 The Sampling Theorem -- 4.3 The Two-Dimensional Spectrum -- 4.4 Interpolation of Digital Images -- 4.5 The Presampling Filter -- 4.6 Hexagonal Sampling -- 4.7 Quantization -- 4.8 Lessons for the System Designer -- 5. Compression
-- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 bformation-Preserving Coding -- 5.3 Graphics Coding -- 5.4 Coding of Continuous-Tone Images -- 5.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- 6. Image Processing in the Graphic Arts -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Type
Composition -- 6.3 Modem Plate Making -- 6.4 The Halftone Process -- 6.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- 7. Color -- 7.1 Color Matching -- 7.2 Color Mixtures -- 7.3 Numerical Colorimetry -- 7.4 Other Color Spaces -- 7.5 Additive
Color Reproduction -- 7.6 Subtractive Color Reproduction -- 7.7 Color Editing -- 7.8 Color Coding -- 7.9 Some Experiments in Color Perception -- 7.10 Lessons for the System Designer -- 8. The Design of Improved Television Systems --
8.1 A Review of TV Basics -- 8.2 Relevant Psychophysics -- 8.3 The 1941 NTSC System -- 8.4 Adding Color -- 8.5 NTSC System-Design Limitations -- 8.6 Compatible Improvements to NTSC -- 8.7 Designing from Scratch -- 8.8 Desirable
Characteristics of a New System -- 8.9 Channel Considerations -- 8.10 Interference Considerations -- 8.11 Video Function Characteristics Useful for System Design -- 8.12 Some Specialized Video Signal-Processing Techniques -- 8.13 Some
Sample System Designs -- 8.14 Lessons for the System Designer -- Appendix: Development of High-Definition Television in Japan, Europe, and the United States -- A1. Introduction -- A1.1 Compatibility -- A1.2 Spectrum Considerations --
A1.3 Transmission Channels -- A1.4 Transition Scenarios -- A2. Japan -- A2.1 History of the Japanese Developments -- A2.2 The “Studio” System -- A2.3 MUSE -- A2.4 Systems Specifically Designed for US Broadcast Use -- A2.4.1 Narrow MUSE
-- A2.4.2 NTSC “MUSE”-6 -- A2.4.3 NTSC “MUSE”-9 -- A2.5 Conclusions: Japan -- A3. Europe -- A3.1 Multiplexed Analog Components -- A3.2 Overall European Strategy -- A3.3 Technological Approach -- A3.4 Three-Branch Motion Compensation --
A3.5 Conclusions: Europe -- A4. The United States -- A4.1 The FCC Inquiry -- A4.2 Proposed Systems -- A4.3 Digital Broadcasting? -- A4.4 Conclusions: United States -- A5. Overall Conclusions -- References
ISBN:9783662007433
Series:eBooks
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Springer eBooks
Series:Springer Series in Information Sciences: 15
Keywords: Physics , Image processing , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Communications Engineering, Networks , Image Processing and Computer Vision
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Call number:SPRINGER-1986-9783642969614:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamentals of Electronic Imaging Systems Some Aspects of Image Processing
Author(s): William F Schreiber
Date:1986
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-96961-4
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 What is Image Processing? -- 1.2 Descriptions of Images -- 1.3 Sources and Types of Images -- 1.4 Processing Images -- 1.5 Purposes of Processing -- 1.6 Image Quality -- 1.7 A Generalized Image Processing System
-- 1.8 A Simple Television System -- 1.9 Lessons for the System Designer -- 2. Light and Optical Imaging Systems -- 2.1 Light Sources -- 2.2 Photometry -- 2.3 Luminous Transfer of Simple Optical Systems -- 2.4 Some Nonideal Behavior of
Simple Optical Systems -- 2.5 Fourier Optics and the Modulation Transfer Function -- 2.6 Quantum Phenomena and Related Noise Sources -- 2.7 Lessons for the System Designer -- Appendix 2.1 -- 3. Perception of Images -- 3.1 Seeing in the
Dark -- 3.2 Contrast Sensitivity -- 3.3 The Effect of Shape -- 3.4 Masking -- 3.5 Temporal Phenomena -- 3.6 Lessons for the System Designer -- 4. Sampling, Interpolation, and Quantization -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Sampling Theorem
-- 4.3 The Two-Dimensional Spectrum -- 4.4 Interpolation of Digital Images -- 4.5 The Presampling Filter -- 4.6 Hexagonal Sampling -- 4.7 Quantization -- 4.8 Lessons for the System Designer -- 5. Compression -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2
Information-Preserving Coding -- 5.3 Graphics Coding -- 5.4 Coding of Continuous-Tone Images -- 5.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- 6. Image Processing in the Graphic Arts -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Type Composition -- 6.3 Modern
Plate Making -- 6.4 The Halftone Process -- 6.5 Lessons for the System Designer -- References
ISBN:9783642969614
Series:eBooks
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Springer eBooks
Series:Springer Series in Information Sciences: 15
Keywords: Engineering , Image processing , Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electronics , Microelectronics , Electrical engineering , Engineering , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Image Processing and Computer Vision , Communications Engineering, Networks
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Call number:QA276.3.T818::1997 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Visual explanations : images and quantities, evidence and narrative
Author(s): Edward R. Tufte
Date:1997
Publisher:Cheshire, Conn. : Graphics Press
Size:156 p
ISBN:9780961392123
Keywords: Graphic arts , Visual communication , Visual display units , Pattern recognition , Visual perception
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Call number:NC997.E94::2013 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Exploring the elements of design
Author(s): Poppy Evans
Mark Thomas
Date:2013
Edition:3rd ed.
Publisher:Clifton Park, NY : Delmar/Cengage Learning
Size:321 p
Note:Study book for the IAAP CAP Exam (Certified Administrative Professional Exam)
Contents:Defining the language of design -- Typography in design -- Imagery in design -- Color and design -- Managing effective design -- Research and visual communication -- Media and technology for communication artists -- From student to professional
ISBN:9781111645489
Keywords: Graphic arts. , Commercial art
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