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Pengolahan Citra Hari Wibawanto
Modus pencitraan (imaging), a.l. Kamera spektrum cahaya tampak Kamera inframerah (IR) Kamera panas (thermal imaging) X-ray imaging (Roentgen) Ultrasound imaging Magnetic Resonance Imaging Magnetic field imaging Satellite imaging Gravity imaging
(Images from Rafael C. Gonzalez and Richard E. Wood, Digital Image Processing, 2 nd Edition. Spektrum Cahaya Tampak
Cable Car, Lisbon (http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/street-lisbon-wentzel/)
Citra dari Satelit Meteosat (IR channel)
Citra dari Satelit Meteosat (visible channel)
CT Scan image
Ground Penetrating Radar Image
Imaging in the Ultraviolet Band
Imaging in the Visible and Infrared Bands
Landsat satellite images
Weather Observation, visible and infrared bands
Automated visual inspection
Imaging in the Microwave Band
Examples in which Other Imaging Modalities Are Used Sound
Images generated by computers
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