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Image Analysis, Random Fields and Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

This second edition of G. Winkler's successful book on random field approaches to image analysis, related Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods, and statistical inference with emphasis on Bayesian image analysis concentrates more on general principles and models and less on details of concrete applications. Addressed to students and scientists from mathematics, statistics, physics, engineering, and computer science, it will serve as an introduction to the mathematical aspects rather than a survey. Basically no prior knowledge of mathematics or statistics is required.The second edition is in many parts completely rewritten and improved, and most figures are new. The topics of exact sampling and global optimization of likelihood functions have been added. This second edition comes with a CD-ROM by F. Friedrich,containing a host of (live) illustrations for each chapter. In an interactive environment, readers can perform their own experiments to consolidate the subject.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

I. Bayesian Image Analysis: Introduction.
- 1. The Bayesian Paradigm.
- 1.1 Warming up for Absolute Beginners.
- 1.2 Images and Observations.
- 1.3 Prior and Posterior Distributions.
- 1.4 Bayes Estimators.
- 2. Cleaning Dirty Pictures.
- 2.1 Boundaries and Their Information Content.
- 2.2 Towards Piecewise Smoothing.
- 2.3 Filters, Smoothers, and Bayes Estimators.
- 2.4 Boundary Extraction.
- 2.5 Dependence on Hyperparameters.
- 3. Finite Random Fields.
- 3.1 Markov Random Fields.
- 3.2 Gibbs Fields and Potentials.
- 3.3 Potentials Continued.- II. The Gibbs Sampler and Simulated Annealing.
- 4. Markov Chains: Limit Theorems.
- 4.1 Preliminaries.
- 4.2 The Contraction Coefficient.
- 4.3 Homogeneous Markov Chains.
- 4.4 Exact Sampling.
- 4.5 Inhomogeneous Markov Chains.
- 4.6 A Law of Large Numbers for Inhomogeneous Chains.
- 4.7 A Counterexample for the Law of Large Numbers.
- 5. Gibbsian Sampling and Annealing.
- 5.1 Sampling.
- 5.2 Simulated Annealing.
- 5.3 Discussion.
- 6. Cooling Schedules.
- 6.1 The ICM Algorithm.
- 6.2 Exact MAP Estimation Versus Fast Cooling.
- 6.3 Finite Time Annealing.- III. Variations of the Gibbs Sampler.
- 7. Gibbsian Sampling and Annealing Revisited.
- 7.1 A General Gibbs Sampler.
- 7.2 Sampling and Annealing Under Constraints.
- 8. Partially Parallel Algorithms.
- 8.1 Synchronous Updating on Independent Sets.
- 8.2 The Swendson-Wang Algorithm.
- 9. Synchronous Algorithms.
- 9.1 Invariant Distributions and Convergence.
- 9.2 Support of the Limit Distribution.
- 9.3 Synchronous Algorithms and Reversibility.- IV. Metropolis Algorithms and Spectral Methods.
- 10. Metropolis Algorithms.
- 10.1 Metropolis Sampling and Annealing.
- 10.2 Convergence Theorems.
- 10.3 Best Constants.
- 10.4 About Visiting Schemes.
- 10.5 Generalizations and Modifications.
- 10.6 The Metropolis Algorithm in Combinatorial Optimization.
- 11. The Spectral Gap and Convergence of Markov Chains.
- 11.1 Eigenvalues of Markov Kernels.
- 11.2 Geometric Convergence Rates.
- 12. Eigenvalues, Sampling, Variance Reduction.
- 12.1 Samplers and Their Eigenvalues.
- 12.2 Variance Reduction.
- 12.3 Importance Sampling.
- 13. Continuous Time Processes.
- 13.1 Discrete State Space.
- 13.2 Continuous State Space.
- V. Texture Analysis.
- 14. Partitioning.
- 14.1 How to Tell Textures Apart.
- 14.2 Bayesian Texture Segmentation.
- 14.3 Segmentation by a Boundary Model.
- 14.4 Juleszs Conjecture and Two Point Processes.
- 15. Random Fields and Texture Models.
- 15.1 Neighbourhood Relations.
- 15.2 Random Field Texture Models.
- 15.3 Texture Synthesis.
- 16. Bayesian Texture Classification.
- 16.1 Contextual Classification.
- 16.2 Marginal Posterior Modes Methods.- VI. Parameter Estimation.
- 17. Maximum Likelihood Estimation.
- 17.1 The Likelihood Function.
- 17.2 Objective Functions.
- 18. Consistency of Spatial ML Estimators.
- 18.1 Observation Windows and Specifications.
- 18.2 Pseudolikelihood Methods.
- 18.3 Large Deviations and Full Maximum Likelihood.
- 18.4 Partially Observed Data.
- 19. Computation of Full ML Estimators.
- 19.1 A Naive Algorithm.
- 19.2 Stochastic Optimization for the Full Likelihood.
- 19.3 Main Results.
- 19.4 Error Decomposition.
- 19.5 L2-Estimates.- VII. Supplement.
- 20. A Glance at Neural Networks.
- 20.1 Boltzmann Machines.
- 20.2 A Learning Rule.
- 21. Three Applications.
- 21.1 Motion Analysis.
- 21.2 Tomographic Image Reconstruction.
- 21.3 Biological Shape.- VIII. Appendix.
- A. Simulation of Random Variables.
- A.1 Pseudorandom Numbers.
- A.2 Discrete Random Variables.
- A.3 Special Distributions.
- B. Analytical Tools.
- B.1 Concave Functions.
- B.2 Convergence of Descent Algorithms.
- B.3 A Discrete Gronwall Lemma.
- B.4 A Gradient System.
- C. Physical Imaging Systems.
- D. The Software Package AntslnFields.- References.- Symbols.

Portrait

From the reviews:"This book is concerned with a probabilistic approach for image analysis, mostly from the Bayesian point of view, and the important Markov chain Monte Carlo methods commonly used in this approach. ... this book will be useful, especially to researchers with a strong background in probability and an interest in image analysis. The author has presented the theory with rigor ... . he doesn't neglect applications, providing numerous examples of applications to illustrate the theory and an abundant bibliography pointing to more detailed related work." (Pham Dinh Tuan, Mathematical Reviews, 2004 c)"Based on the Baysian approach the author focuses on the principles of classical image analysis rather than on applications and implementations. Little mathematical knowledge is needed to read the book, thus it is well suited for lectures on image analysis." (Ch. Cenker, Monatshefte für Mathematik, Vol. 146 (4), 2005)

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From the reviews of the second edition:"This book is concerned with a probabilistic approach for image analysis, mostly from the Bayesian point of view, and the important Markov chain Monte Carlo methods commonly used in this approach. ... this book will be useful, especially to researchers with a strong background in probability and an interest in image analysis. The author has presented the theory with rigor ... . he doesn't neglect applications, providing numerous examples of applications to illustrate the theory and an abundant bibliography pointing to more detailed related work." (Pham Dinh Tuan, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2004 c)"Based on the Baysian approach the author focuses on the principles of classical image analysis rather than on applications and implementations. Little mathematical knowledge is needed to read the book, thus it is well suited for lectures on image analysis." (Ch. Cenker, Monatshefte für Mathematik, Vol. 146 (4), 2005)
EAN: 9783540442134
ISBN: 3540442138
Untertitel: A Mathematical Introduction. 'Applications of Mathematics'. 2. Auflage. 59 Abbildungen. Inklusive CD-ROM.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2003
Seitenanzahl: XVI
Format: gebunden
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