Evaluation of holograms by digital image processing

  • A. Chávez
  • P. Gebhard
  • J. Klas


The very rapid development of computer technology in the past decade, as well as the miniaturization and the mass production of computer chips, made image analysis and image processing applicable in many technical and scientific areas (Table 8.1). Numerous problems of pattern recognition, data handling of digitized pictures, and computer graphics, formerly only reserved for computing centres, TV stations or military organizations, can now be solved on a personal computer (PC).


Mass Transfer Coefficient Digital Image Processing Average Filter Digitize Picture Local Heat Transfer Coefficient 
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  • A. Chávez
  • P. Gebhard
  • J. Klas

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