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I just started learning about image processing. I am using the book "Digital image processing" by Gonzalez and Woods but I don't like this book very much. I would like to read a book which can actually make me interested in image processing.

Can you suggest some good resources?

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  • $\begingroup$ To all the close votes: while I agree that it's a difficult question, we had another similar successful question on the site already, it's just about computer vision. To the OP: check if your question might be answered there. Also, I think Gonzales&Woods is a good book. Maybe you should be interested in image processing first, and then go learn it. $\endgroup$
    – penelope
    Jan 21, 2014 at 10:34

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Do you really want to read a book? As a good resource to start, I'd suggest playing around with the scikit-image library. Trying the classical algorithms with real-world images will give you a nice feel of how difficult & amusing image processing is.

Refer to a book afterwards, when you want to have a grasp of the maths behind the algorithm.

You can also try O'Reilly's "Programming Computer Vision with Python".

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Gonzales&Woods is a good book.

since u need some other book for reference i may suggest Author: S. Jayaraman, S. Esakkirajan And T. Veerakumar Title of the Book: Digital Image Processing Publisher: Tata McGraw - Hill Education Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi Year: 2010 Edition: 3 This is also good book for beginners

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