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Digital Image Processing

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Note: Digital Image Processing was replaced by added functionality in the Wolfram Language and Mathematica, starting with Version 7, and is no longer available as a separate application package. Archival documentation »

Processing color and grayscale images or other two-dimensional signals is an important tool for research and investigation in many areas of science and engineering. Digital Image Processing is an application package designed to give professionals and students a powerful collection of fundamental and advanced image-processing tools on the desktop by taking full advantage of the computational technology of Mathematica.

Digital Image Processing lets you fully customize standard image-processing transformations and rapidly develop, test, and apply new and advanced image-processing algorithms. You can also interactively select image regions of interest for measurement or modification.

The package contains over 200 image-processing functions that are completely integrated into Mathematica, and can import and export over 15 common image formats. Built-in functions for FIR filter design, unitary image transforms, smoothing, edge detection, noise reduction, and image morphology operations let you perform any process you want quickly and easily. You can also enhance images by manipulating contrast, image geometry, and color in an exceptionally flexible way.

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