Image Processing

  • Peter Corke
Part of the Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics book series (STAR, volume 73)


Image processing is a computational process that transforms one or more input images into an output image. Image processing is frequently used to enhance an image for human viewing or interpretation, for example to improve contrast. Alternatively, and of more interest to robotics, it is the foundation for the process of feature extraction which will be discussed in much more detail in the next chapter.


Input Image Output Image Impulse Noise Mathematical Morphology Greyscale Image 
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