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What's New in Image and Signal Processing

Shadi Ashnai
Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.

Wolfram Technology Conference 2015
Conference location

Champaign, Illinois USA

In this talk we present the new capabilities of the Wolfram Language for processing and analyzing images and signals, acquired through different sources, ranging from conventional cameras to microscopes. Now, with the addition of new and enhanced functions, working with such data is even easier and smoother than before. Highlights of new updates include: built-in support for importing raw images; a rich set of functions for computational photography - including tone mapping, exposure combination, and focus stacking; and applications in various fields including photography, microscopy and a lot more. Moreover, we will introduce our new and modern way of representing and processing audio signals.

*Applied Mathematics > Visualization

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