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Introduce some software for Image and Video Processing


ITK Tool Kit

Welcome to the National Library of Medicine Insight Segmentation and Registration Toolkit (ITK).  ITK is an open-source, cross-platform system that provides developers with an extensive suite of software tools for image analysis.  Developed through extreme programming methodologies, ITK employs leading-edge algorithms for registering and segmenting multidimensional data. The goals for ITK include:

  • Supporting the Visible Human Project.
  • Establishing a foundation for future research.
  • Creating a repository of fundamental algorithms.
  • Developing a platform for advanced product development.
  • Support commercial application of the technology.
  • Create conventions for future work.
  • Grow a self-sustaining community of software users and developers.

12.26.2012 ITK 4.3 Released

10.01.2012 ITK 4.2.1 Released

07.18.2012 Kitware Announces New Fall Courses


FMRIB Software Library  v5.0   September 2012

Created by the Analysis Group, FMRIB, Oxford, UK.

FSL is a comprehensive library of analysis tools for FMRI, MRI and DTI brain imaging data. It runs on Apple and PCs (both Linux, and Windows via a Virtual Machine), and is very easy to install. Most of the tools can be run both from the command line and as GUIs (“point-and-click” graphical user interfaces). To quote the relevant references for FSL tools you should look in the individual tools’ manual pages, and also please reference the FSL overview papers:

1. M. Jenkinson, C.F. Beckmann, T.E. Behrens, M.W. Woolrich, S.M. Smith. FSL. NeuroImage, 62:782-90, 2012

2. M.W. Woolrich, S. Jbabdi, B. Patenaude, M. Chappell, S. Makni, T. Behrens, C. Beckmann, M. Jenkinson, S.M. Smith. Bayesian analysis of neuroimaging data in FSL. NeuroImage, 45:S173-86, 2009

3. S.M. Smith, M. Jenkinson, M.W. Woolrich, C.F. Beckmann, T.E.J. Behrens, H. Johansen-Berg, P.R. Bannister, M. De Luca, I. Drobnjak, D.E. Flitney, R. Niazy, J. Saunders, J. Vickers, Y. Zhang, N. De Stefano, J.M. Brady, and P.M. Matthews. Advances in functional and structural MR image analysis and implementation as FSL. NeuroImage, 23(S1):208-19, 2004


Acquire, process, and analyze images and video for algorithm development and system design

Algorithm development is central to image and video processing because each situation is unique, and good solutions require multiple design iterations.  MathWorks provides a comprehensive environment to gain insight into your image and video data, develop algorithms, and explore implementation tradeoffs.

With MathWorks tools for image and video processing, you can:

  • Acquire images and video from imaging hardware
  • Use graphical tools to visualize and manipulate images and video
  • Develop new ideas using libraries of reference-standard algorithms
  • Migrate designs to embedded hardware

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Image Processing On Line

IPOL is a journal of image processing and image analysis. Each article contains a text describing an algorithm and source code, with an online demonstration facility and an archive of online experiments. The text and source code are peer-reviewed and the demonstration is controlled. IPOL follows the Open Access and Reproducible Research models.

Latest Articles

The Flutter Shutter Camera Simulator
2012-10-17 · Yohann Tendero
Chan-Vese Segmentation
2012-08-08 · Pascal Getreuer

By Research Topic



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DIP3/eClassroom Presentations (PowerPoint ) Downloads

The following are Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, ready for classroom use. Please click on the file you want to download and follow the directions in your browser.Please feel free to add any material you deem necessary to enhance the usefulness of the slides in your classroom presentations. However, the slide frames containing titles and copyright notices should not be changed.

Classroom Presentations


Review Materials in PowerPoint Slide Format:
Review of Matrices and Vectors (0.2 MB)
Review of Probability (0.6 MB)
Review of Linear Systems Theory (0.3 MB)
The following 12 PPT files contain all the art in the book:
Chapter01-Classroom Presentations (11.6 MB)
Chapter02-Classroom Presentations (8.7 MB)
Chapter03-Classroom Presentations (11.5 MB)
Chapter04-Classroom Presentations (17.4 MB)
Chapter05-Classroom Presentations (23.4 MB)
Chapter06-Classroom Presentations (41.1 MB)
Chapter07-Classroom Presentations (8.6 MB)
Chapter08-Classroom Presentations (22.6 MB)
Chapter09-Classroom Presentations (6.5 MB)
Chapter10-Classroom Presentations (16.9 MB)

Chapter11-Classroom Presentations (11.3 MB)

Chapter12-Classroom Presentations  (4.9 MB)
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