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Improved Java Photo Editor And Digital Image Processing

Junzo Sato
Organization: University Of Kumamoto, Japan
Mariusz Jankowski
Organization: University of Southern Maine
Department: Electrical Engineering
Kiseong Kim
Organization: Laxtha Inc., Korea
Chikara Miyaji
Organization: Japan Institute of Sports Sciences
Akira Takada
Organization: University Of Kumamoto, Japan
Hiroyuki Yoshihara
Organization: University Of Kyoto, Japan

2003 International Mathematica Symposium
Conference location

Imperial College, London

Over the years, the authors have developed the interactive photo editing application Java Photo Editor (JPE) to supplement the Mathematica Frontend [1] when image process operations are done using Mathematica and the Digital Image Processing (DIP) package, which provides plentiful scientific knowledge of this field. The JPE can be executed simply as the standalone graphics painting program because it has been implemented as a Java application based on the Java classes defined by J/Link. As the result, sufficient performances of both graphics manipulations usability with a mouse and transfer rate of the image data between Java and Mathematica were maintained successfully. Data conversion between Java's BufferedImage and DIP's ImageData were effectively done by DIP's fine tuned algorithm. JPE's technique has been applied for development of other applications related to Java or Mathematica. The clinical chart eDolphin and the field simulator MathFields were constructed using JPE's resources.

*Applied Mathematics > Visualization
*Mathematica Technology > Application Packages > Wolfram Research Applications > Digital Image Processing
*Mathematica Technology > Linking Technology > J/Link

Java Photo Editor, Digital Image Processing, J/Link
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