Real-Time Primary Image Processing

Real-Time Primary Image Processing

Radu Dobrescu (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania) and Dan Popescu (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-477-6.ch015
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Abstract

Keywords: real time image processing, local operators, noise rejection, edge detection, directional filtering, median filter, binary filter, pipeline architecture, parallel platforms.
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Definition of “Real-Time” Concept

“Real-time” is an elusive term that is often used to describe a wide variety of image/video processing systems and algorithms. Considering the need for real-time image/video processing and how this need can be met by exploiting the inherent parallelism in an algorithm, it becomes important to discuss what exactly is meant by the term “real-time”. From the literature, it can be derived that there are three main interpretations of the concept of “real-time,” namely real-time in the perceptual sense, real-time in the software engineering sense, and real-time in the signal processing sense.

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