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Handbook of Image and Video Processing, 2nd Edition by Alan C. Bovik

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4.18

Software for Image and Video Processing

K. Clint Slatton,     The University of Florida

Brian L. Evans,     The University of Texas at Austin

Introduction.

2 Algorithm Development Environments.

2.1 MATLAB

2.2 IDL

2.3 LabVIEW

2.4 VisiQuest

3 Compiled Libraries.

3.1 Intel

3.2 IMSL

4 Source Code.

4.1 Numerical Recipes

4.2 Encoding Standards

5 Specialized Processing and Visualization Environments.

5.1 Geomatica

5.2 Envi

6 Other Software.

7 Conclusion.

Acknowledgements.

References.

1 Introduction

Digital systems that process image data generally involve a mixture of software and hardware. For example, Digital Video Disc (DVD) players employ audio and video processors to decode the compressed audio and visual data, respectively, ...

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