Wolfram Research has updated Digital Image Processing, its Mathematica application package that sports a collection of image-processing tools, to version 1.1.
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With this package you can prototype and perform more sophisticated analyses than with standard image processing software. Version 1.1 offers speed and performance improvements, greater memory efficiency and new graphics functions, according to the folks at Wolfram. The graphics functions include: ShowImageHistogram: for easy visualization of image histograms ShowImageWarp: for easy plotting of control points used in image warp operations ShowLineProfile: for easy visualization of line profiles ShowRegionOfInterest: for simplified display of user-selected regions of interest.
Digital Image Processing was designed for engineers, scientists, medical professionals, and students and contains a several image transformation and manipulation tools. Over a dozen common image formats can be imported and exported. There are built-in functions for FIR filter design, unitary image transforms, smoothing, edge detection, noise reduction and image morphology operations.
Existing users of Digital Image Processing can download version 1.1 for free on the Wolfram Research Web site (http://www.wolfram.com). Digital Image Processing is designed for use with Mathematica 4 or later and is available for both the traditional Mac OS and Mac OS X.