Interactive Image Processing Front End Using MathLinkJunzo Sato
RoboDog, JapanChikara Miyaji
University of Tsukuba, JapanMariusz Jankowski
University of Southern Maine, USA
It is not easy for commercial image-processing software to add image-processing effects or create new functions by combining
tools. Mathematica facilitates writing extensions because mathematical expressions of image processing are achieved and functions are defined
simply. On the other hand, the existing notebook front end lacks interactive processing such as direct manipulation of the
graphics image with a mouse. Thus the authors have developed, using MathLink, an Interactive Image Processing Front End (for short, Image Processing Front End) with a variety of extensions. With this
Image Processing Front End, the image processing can be done interactively and Mathematica's programming ability is effectively used.
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