This page lists books co-authored by Reinhard Klette.
Euclidean Shortest Paths
“A Euclidean shortest path connects a source with a destination, avoids some places (called obstacles), visits some places (called attractions), possibly in a defined order, and is of minimum
length. Euclidean shortest-path problems are defined in the Euclidean plane or in Euclidean 3-dimensional space.” (from the preface of the book)
“This book is about accurate panoramic imaging in the context of close-range photogrammetry, computer vision, computer graphics, or multimedia imaging, for applications where (very)
high-resolution data need to be recorded for documenting or visualizing 3-dimensional (3D) scenes or objects.” (from the preface of the book)
“Digital geometry can be viewed as a special branch of discrete geometry, and is dealing with graph-theoretical or combinatorial concepts. We can also view digital geometry as approximate
Euclidean geometry, based on the fact that picture analysis generally makes use of ideas about Euclidean space.” (from the preface of the book)