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Controlling Colours

By Marlies Hoecherl
  • ISBN Code: : 1784912263
  • Publisher : Archaeopress Publishing Ltd
  • Pages : 154
  • Category : Social Science
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Colour defines our material world, operates as a communication tool and creates meaning. This book revisits well known and well documented sites or artefacts and explores their colours and colour connotations by looking at various contexts such as processes, landscape, iconography, body decoration or the colour connotations of death.

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Book Short Summary:

Color Image Processing: Methods and Applications embraces two decades of extraordinary growth in the technologies and applications for color image processing. The book offers comprehensive coverage of state-of-the-art systems, processing techniques, and emerging applications of digital color imaging. To elucidate the significant progress in specialized areas, the editors invited renowned authorities to address specific research challenges and recent trends in their area of expertise. The book begins by focusing on color fundamentals, including color management, gamut mapping, and color constancy. The remaining chapters detail the latest techniques and approaches to contemporary and traditional color image processing and analysis for a broad spectrum of sophisticated applications, including: Vector and semantic processing Secure imaging Object recognition and feature detection Facial and retinal image analysis Digital camera image processing Spectral and superresolution imaging Image and video colorization Virtual restoration of artwork Video shot segmentation and surveillance Color Image Processing: Methods and Applications is a versatile resource that can be used as a graduate textbook or as stand-alone reference for the design and the implementation of various image and video processing tasks for cutting-edge applications. This book is part of the Digital Imaging and Computer Vision series.

Ophthalmic Care

By Janet Marsden
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  • Publisher : M&K Update Ltd
  • Book Code : 1910451541
  • Total of Pages : 724
  • Category : Medical
  • Members : 378
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Book Short Summary:

Written by an international team of ophthalmic practitioners, this authoritative book is a vital resource not only for ophthalmic professionals, but for any healthcare professional who cares for patients with eye problems. In the ten years since the first edition was published, practice has moved on, as has the evidence for practice. This second edition draws on the passion and goodwill of the original team of authors, complemented by other colleagues, to fully revise and update the text in line with new findings, new practice and new and exciting treatments. The book is broadly divided into three sections. The first section considers the structure and function of the eye, as well as the basic principles of ophthalmology and eye examination. The second section considers patient care in diverse settings, as well as work-related issues and patient education. It also includes two entirely new chapters on eye banking and global eye health. The third section takes a systematic approach to patient care, working from the front to the back of the eye, discussing some of the common disorders affecting each structure (such as the lens or cornea) or group of structures (such as the eyelids or lacrimal drainage system). The book concludes with a very useful glossary of ophthalmic terms. Some aspects of practice discussed in the text are, of necessity, UK based, but these are clearly indicated and, wherever possible, principles (rather than specifics) are addressed and readers are directed to local policies and interpretations. The first edition of this book became a core text for ophthalmic nursing, in particular, and for the education of ophthalmic nurses across the world. This new edition will provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based resource for all ophthalmic healthcare professionals. Contents include: • Physiology of vision • Optics • Pharmacology • Examination of the eye • Visual impairment • Patient education • Work and the eye • Care of the adult ophthalmic patient in an inpatient setting • The care of the child undergoing ophthalmic treatment • Developments in day care surgery for ophthalmic patients • Ophthalmic theatre nursing • The care of patients presenting with acute problems • Eye banking • Global eye health • The eyelids and lacrimal drainage system • The conjunctiva • The cornea • The sclera • The lens • The uveal tract • The angle and aqueous • The retina and vitreous • The orbit and extraocular muscles • Visual and pupillary pathways and neuro-ophthalmology • The eye and systemic disease

Colours in the Sky

By Graham M. Simons
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  • Publisher : Casemate Publishers
  • Book Code : 1526725576
  • Total of Pages : 320
  • Category : Transportation
  • Members : 883
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Book Short Summary:

It's impossible to tell the story of Court Line without telling that of Autair, founded by helicopter pioneer William 'Bill' Armstrong. Autair itself was an offshoot of his global helicopter operation, but Bill also had his finger in many aviation 'pies' including a multitude of operations in Africa, where so many aircraft and airlines were created, bought and sold with such prolificacy that even he could not remember the names and how many there were! There is also the background to Court Line's shipping concerns and the Caribbean operations of the hotel chains and regional airline Leeward Islands Air Transport which Court owned for a while.Covered in detail is the introduction, demonstration and use of the Lockheed TriStar wide-bodied airliner, the first of the type used in the Inclusive Tour business.Court Line Aviation and Tom Gullick's Clarksons Holidays brought to the forefront the concept of value-for-money Inclusive Tour holidays following the 'vertical integration' business model whereby owning and controlling each step of the holiday allowed the company to make a small profit at every stage.The orange, pink, turquoise and yellow jets brought flashes of color to dreary British airports, and quickly streamed a multi-colored rainbow across European skies to Mediterranean destinations and even further afield. Truly they did indeed put colors in the Sky!

The Visibility of the Image

By Lambert Wiesing
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  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Book Code : 1474232663
  • Total of Pages : 272
  • Category : Philosophy
  • Members : 309
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Book Short Summary:

Now available in English for the first time, The Visibility of the Image explores the development of an influential aesthetic tradition through the work of six figures. Analysing their contribution to the progress of formal aesthetics, from its origins in Germany in the 1880s to semiotic interpretations in America a century later, the six chapters cover: Robert Zimmermann (1824-1898), the first to separate aesthetics and metaphysics and approach aesthetics along the lines of formal logic, providing a purely syntactic way of using signs, regardless of objective content; Alois Riegl (1858-1905), who went on to further develop aesthetics on the model of formal logic, creating a theory of style in response to Zimmermann's call for an aesthetics oriented toward formal logic; Heinrich Wölfflin (1864-1945), who represents a step toward an understanding of consciousness by using pictures as cognitive tools; Konrad Fiedler (1841-1895), the Saxon philosopher who considered the possibility that some kinds of images are made and viewed not for what they show, but for their visibility's sake alone; Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1908-1961), responsible for taking up the connections between the problems of reducing the range of potential meanings and contexts of a given image down to just the picture surface; Charles William Morris (1901-1979), who set out to establish whether a picture with no objective reference, such as an abstract painting, still counts as a sign, and if so, in what sense. Bringing these thinkers together and interlinking their ideas, Lambert Wiesing presents an engaging history of formal aesthetics, while reconstructing the philosophical foundations for the appearance of new image forms in the 20th century, including the video-clip, abstract collage, digital simulation and virtual reality. Using this original approach, The Visibility of the Image introduces the rise of modern image theory and provides a valuable account of our engagement with pictures in the 21st century.

Concise Guide to Wine and Blind Tasting, second edition

By Neel Burton
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  • Publisher : eBook Partnership
  • Book Code : 1783019581
  • Total of Pages : 324
  • Category : Cooking
  • Members : 504
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Book Short Summary:

This book is for all those seeking to acquire a deep and systematic appreciation and understanding of wine, whether for exams, work, or pleasure. It outlines a simple yet robust framework for analyzing wine as objectively as possible, and provides all the background knowledge that you need to interpret your findings, covering everything from grape varieties and vineyard management to winemaking techniques and the world's most important wine styles. It seeks throughout to examine in what ways a particular wine is unique and different from other, similar wines. For example, why and in what ways is Pauillac, in Bordeaux, different from Pomerol, also in Bordeaux? Why and in what ways is Mosel Riesling different from Riesling from the Rheingau, or the Nahe, or Alsace, Austria, or Australia? This book is dedicated to all wine lovers, and should prove particularly useful to amateur and competitive blind tasters, students on higher-level wine courses, sommeliers, and anyone else who buys, sells, or recommends wine.

Colour Vision Deficiencies

By Gunilla Derefeldt,Carl-Erik Hedin,Klas-Olav Skoog,Tiina Swartling
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  • Publisher : DIANE Publishing
  • Book Code : 9780788121760
  • Total of Pages : 82
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Book Short Summary:

Compares current methods of testing congenital colour deficiencies with tests designed to employ colour VDUs. Seeks to develop tools for studying colour deficiencies and to formulate general guidelines regarding colour selection for work that must be performed on colour VDUs. 12 persons with congenital colour vision deficiencies were judged and matched colours presented on a full-colour VDU. 4 persons with normal colour vision participated as controls. Contains color charts and numerous graphs.

Diagnostic Ultrasound, Third Edition

By Peter R Hoskins,Kevin Martin,Abigail Thrush
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  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Book Code : 0429649800
  • Total of Pages : 387
  • Category : Medical
  • Members : 100
  • Pdf File: diagnostic-ultrasound-third-edition.pdf

Book Short Summary:

This popular text provides a comprehensive, yet accessible, introduction to the physics and technology of medical ultrasound, with high quality ultrasound images and diagrams throughout. Covering all aspects of the field at a level that meetings the requirements of accredited sonography courses, it is ideal for both trainee and qualified healthcare professionals practising ultrasound in a clinical setting. Building on the content of previous editions, this third edition provides the latest guidance relating to ultrasound technology, quality assurance and safety and discusses the latest techniques.

British and Commonwealth Warship Camouflage of WWII

By Malcolm Wright
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  • Publisher : Naval Institute Press
  • Book Code : 1612519512
  • Total of Pages : 144
  • Category : History
  • Members : 735
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Book Short Summary:

Progressively covers ships below cruisers, class by class, to provide a detailed guide to paint schemes.


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  • Publisher : PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
  • Book Code : 8120324544
  • Total of Pages : 744
  • Category : Technology & Engineering
  • Members : 235
  • Pdf File: electronic-instruments-and-instrumentation-technology.pdf

Book Short Summary:

The standard laboratory tools in the modern scientific world include a wide variety of electronic instruments used in measurement and control systems. This book provides a firm foundation in principles, operation, design, and applications of electronic instruments. Commencing with electromechanical instruments, the specialized instruments such as signal analyzers, counters, signal generators, and digital storage oscilloscope are treated in detail. Good design practices such as grounding and shielding are emphasized. The standards in quality management, basics of testing, compatibility, calibration, traceability, metrology and various ISO 9000 quality assurance guidelines are explained as well. The evolution of communication technology in instrumentation is an important subject. A single chapter is devoted to the study of communication methods used in instrumentation technology. There are some areas where instrumentation needs special type of specifications-one such area is hazardous area. The technology and standards used in hazardous areas are also discussed. An instrumentation engineer is expected to draw and understand the instrumentation drawings. An Appendix explains the symbols and standards used in P&I diagrams with several examples. Besides worked-out examples included throughout, end-of-chapter questions and multiple choice questions are also given to judge the student's understanding of the subject. Practical and state-of-the-art in approach, this textbook will be useful for students of electrical, electronics, and instrumentation engineering.