Rapid increases in performance and decreases in cost of computing platforms and digital image acquisition and display subsystems have made digital images ubiquitous. Continued improvements promise to make digital video as widely used, opening a broad range of new application areas. In this chapter, some of the key aspects of this evolving data type are examined.
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