Modern Mathematics and Applications in Computer Graphics and Vision (World Scientific)
Friday, 18 July 2014

Presents a comprehensive overview of modern mathematical concepts, models, methods and tools with applications in computer graphics, computer vision and machine learning. Hongyu Guo covers 15 topics arranged in three parts: algebra, geometry and topology, with an emphasis on tensors and manifolds, and there's a separate part on applications.

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Author: Hongyu Guo
Publisher: World Scientific
Date: June 14, 2014
Pages: 500
ISBN: 978-9814449328

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