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My project name is digital image processing.so want basics to do this project.

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Start of by looking at the different types of image file formats as the inputs, for example JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PNG etc. There are loads of them with different pro's and con's for each.
Also take a look at the vector based file formats, and how vector images are scaleable upwards to any size, without loss in resolution. 
I'm not sure about the details of your project, but it falls into the 3 main topics of :-

  1. Inputs to the system
  2. How it is processed
  3. What the final output is

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