This is an index to information that may be useful. Please make suggestions for additions or improvements.

- UNIX a short listing of some UNIX commands
- Emacs: a summary of important
commands for the
**emacs**text editor - gcc: compiler for C and C++. Complete information is available from the Free Software Foundation.
- Java: Everything is available from the Sun Microsystems Java Site.

- Photometry an introduction to quantitative descriptions of life (pdf)
- Optics: an introduction to analysis of lensing systems

- TN Cornswet,
*Visual Perception*(1970, Academic Press), out of print. - BA Wandell,
*Foundations of Vision*(1995, Sinauer Associates), ISBN 0-87893-853-2.

- MA Abramowitz and IA Stegun,
*Handbook of Mathematical Functions*(1965, Dover). This is a useful compilation of mathematical information, including integrals. - IS Gradshteyn and IM Ryzhik,
*Table of Integrals, Series, and Products, 5th Ed.*(1994 Academic Press), ISBN 0-12-294760-6. Anther widely used book of general mathematical information.

- RN Bracewell,
*The Fourier Transform and Its Applications*(1966, McGraw-Hill), ISBN 0-07-007015-6. This is a good introduction to the properties of the FT. - RN Bracewell,
*The Hartley Transform*(1986 Oxford Univ), ISBN 0-19-503969-6.. Out of Print. This is an excellent book on transforms in general and the Hartley Transform in particular. - DE Dudgeon and RM Mersereau,
*Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing*(1984, Prentice-Hall). ISBN 0-13-604959-1. A good source for information on how to extend transform results and methds to multiple dimensions, such as 2D and 3D images. - JF James,
*A Student's Guide to the Fourier Transform*(1995, Cambridge Univ.), ISBN 0-521-46829-9. This is a very short (about 100 pages) introduction to Fourier Transforms. Most of the key properties are covered. - WR LePage, Complex Variables and the Laplace Transform for Engineers (1961, Dover), ISBN 0-486-63926-6. This book combines complex variable theory with engineering transform examples. It is an excellent book for understanding how transforms, as a class, work.
- A Papoulis,
*The Fourier Integral and its's Applications*(1962, McGraw-Hill) , ISBN 0-07-048447-3. This is a condensed but classical introductory book about the Fourier transform. - A Papoulis,
*Signal Processing*(1962, McGraw-Hill) , ISBN 0-07-048447-3. This is a dense, complete book about the general process of signal procesing.

- RE Blahut,
*Fast Algorithms for Digital Signal Processing*(1985, Addison-Wesley), ISBN 0-201-10155-6. This is a good introduction, with examples, of how to develop and code algorithms to speed up signal processing (including image processing) operations. - RN Bracewell,
*Two-Dimensional Imaging*(1995, Prentice-Hall), ISBN 0-13-062621-X. This is an introductory book about 2D transform theory and how to apply it to images.

- JD Murry and W vanRyper,
*Graphics File Formats, 2nd Ed*. (1996, O'Reilly). This is a volumnious book about graphics file formats and how to read/write them and translate between formats. Includes CD-ROM with applications and software fragments.

- Sample Images. Typical test images useful for image processing.
- Transform images. Simple test images and their transforms.

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