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Transforming Image Locations

  • Alan Parkin
Chapter

Abstract

Given any stored digital image, we can transform the pixel locations in various ways, leaving the pixel colours unchanged. Elementary transformations are cropping, framing, dilating, translating, rotating, shearing and inverting. These can be done by suitable packaged software or purpose-written scripts. The transformed image is returned to storage.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LondonUK

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