What is a good readable, technically detailed reference on the technology involved in modern digital cameras, raw file conversion, and digital image processing? (Possibly a complete a complete answer requires some collection of books, since these are broad and somewhat disjoint topics.) In order to not duplicate an existing question here (see below), I want to ask specifically about books published in the last 8 years, approximately.
I am not afraid if it requires a somewhat technical background. Most of the materials I have found give only high-level explanations. For instance, I found Marc Levoy's videotaped course at Google to be an exemplary survey, and while it did not shy away from technical details, complete explanations of course cannot be given in the hour allotted for each topic. I have gone through this course and am looking for more details and precision.
I am interested in all aspects of digital photography, but currently I'm focused on understanding how the camera sensor captures data, how this data is stored as a raw file, and how this raw file is processed by conversion software into a ''perceptually accurate'' image. My goal is to understand what my tools are doing and their strengths and weaknesses so that I can create more compelling images.
A previous version of this question was asked on this site over 7 years ago. One of the answers suggested the 10th edition of The Manual of Photography, which looks to be essentially what I'm asking for. However, it doesn't seem to provide much information (relative to its size) on the digital imagining, and more importantly it is almost 8 years old. At the current rate of technological progress, this makes it extremely out of date. Are there any newer books that have appeared since that question that might also be useful?