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Authors: N., Sandhya
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Image processing refers to all the various operations, which can be applied to the image data. One can imagine various real-life applications, which needs images to be manipulated. Images form an important helper in information exchange. It may be possible to explain a concept that needs a very long language based description or a very detailed figure with a set of photographs or a film in a very short time. The image processing tool set is the perfect environment for the budding artists and those who are new to computer graphics. This tool set allows the users to dabble, get the feel of the very different world of computer art and experience the thrill of creation without breaking their pocket book. The tool set is a nice environment to analyse and process raster images of the type the windows applications doesn't support normally. The interface and new features are such easy and familiar and user friendly. The image processing tool set is a special application package designed for nonprogrammers, who don't have to worry about how the graphics is actually working in a computer. The user will be able to communicate in his own terms with the package due to the advantage of a user friendly graphical interface. Enhancing the details in an X-ray image for a better visualization, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and constructing a 3D world from 2D images are examples of possible applications. 1
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Goswami, P. N.
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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