Digital image enhancement refers to the improvement of a given image for human interpretation. Digital image processing facilities are those in which hardware and software computing elements are combined in such a way as to enable the processing of digital images. This report describes the use of the Naval Training Equipment Center (NTEC) Computer Systems Laboratory computing facilities to enhance digital images. Described are two major hardware systems, the IKONAS RDS-3000 raster display graphics system and the VAX-11/780, and the digital image processing program (DIMPRP) written by the author. Digital image enhancement theory and practice are addressed through a discussion of the DIMPRP software. Finally, enhancements to the NTEC digital image processing facility such as improvements in hardware reliability, documentation, and increased speed of program execution are discussed.
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Simons, Jr., Fred O.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Roesch, James F., "Digital Image Processing Using NTEC Facilities" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4651.