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Image Resampling and Geometrical Transformations

  • Leonid Yaroslavsky
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Abstract

Image resampling is required in many image processing applications. It is a key issue in signal and image differentiating and integrating, image geometrical transformations and re-scaling, target location and tracking with sub-pixel accuracy, Radon Transform and tomographic reconstruction, 3-D image volume rendering and volumetric imaging.

Keywords

Geometrical Transformation Digital Holography Neighbor Interpolation Zero Padding Interpolation Kernel 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Leonid Yaroslavsky
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  1. 1.Tel Aviv UniversityIsrael

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