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by Takao Kuroda
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Essential Principles of Image Sensors
<PProviding a succinct introduction to the systemization, noise sources, and signal processes of image sensor technology, <BEssential Principles of Image Sensors[/B] discusses image information and its four factors: space, light intensity, wavelength, and time. Featuring clarifying and insightful illustrations, this must-have text:
<UL> <LI>Explains how image sensors convert optical image information into image signals</LI> <LI>Treats space, wavelength, and time as digitized built-in coordinate points in image sensors and systems</LI> <LI>Details the operational principles, pixel technology, and evolution of CCD, MOS, and CMOS sensors with updated technology</LI> <LI>Describes sampling theory, presenting unique figures demonstrating the importance of phase</LI> <LI>Explores causes for the decline of image information quality </LI> <P
</UL> <PIn a straightforward manner suitable for beginners and experts alike, <BEssential Principles of Image Sensors [/B]covers key topics related to digital imaging including semiconductor physics, component elements necessary for image sensors, silicon as a sensitive material, noises in sensors, and more.