Presentation: Image Processing in Perl Graphic Applications, Dmitry Karasik
|Content category:||Development in and with Perl|
|Talk category:||Presentation (30 minutes)|
The toolkits Prima, PDL, and IPA are used to demonstrate perl
capabilities in the intersection area between image processing and
graphic user interface. Prima is a platform-independent perl graphic
toolkit with an object oriented interface. Its features include an
extensive set of perl-coded widgets, a wide range of image types and
conversion routines, and a visual builder. IPA is an image processing
toolkit based on Prima functionality, and provides a set of common
two-dimensional operators. PDL is a popular numerical toolkit featuring
efficient storage of numerical arrays. It contains a wide spectrum of
calculational functionalities, including a set of image processing
operators designed to work with two and more dimensional data.
The work illustrates the usage of Prima, IPA, and PDL libraries for
image conversion and display.
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