Visual C# Game Programming for Teens
Imagine this scenario: You create a hunter character with random stats and hit points and enter the dungeon to begin exploring for treasure. You stumble upon a zombie pacing near a pile of gear and gold! You attack the zombie and it strikes back! You roll 1D20 and score a critical hit! The 20 point die plus dexterity, against the...
The Image Processing Handbook, Sixth Edition
Image processing is used in a wide variety of applications, for two somewhat different purposes:
1. improving the visual appearance of images to a human observer, including their printing and transmission, and
2. preparing images for the measurement of the features and structures which they reveal.
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