Java image processing on the Web

The EmbeddedJava API Specification from Sun Microsystems (Palo Alto, CA) java.sun.com/products/embeddedjava/spec/ eJavaSpec.html

Java image processing on the Web

The EmbeddedJava API Specification from Sun Microsystems (Palo Alto, CA) java.sun.com/products/embeddedjava/spec/ eJavaSpec.html

G. Kienast, research assistant at Graz University of Technology (Graz, Austria) has implemented image filters, demo applets, and source code to load and display images, apply filter masks, and compute and display the histogram of an image. www.icg.tu-graz.ac.at/JavaExamples

Developed by E. Metz, now a software-development engineer at Nokia Telecommunications (Irving, TX), the KUIMjava image-processing software from the University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) supports core libraries and image-processing programs. rampages.onramp.net/~emetz/kuim/

To extract Java software from Chunyen Liu of the University of Delaware (Newark, DE), developers can use unzip -U (for UNIX) or WinZip (for PCs). www.cis.udel.gif>du/~cliu/sw.html

At Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke`s Medical Center (Chicago, IL), Lynn Li has developed a Java applet that displays and modifies GIF or JPEG formatted images in Netscape, Explorer, or Hot Java. ej.rsna.org/EJ_0_96/003697.fin/xrayImg.html

Java PhotoLab 1.3 is an image-processing applet with features that include two-dimensional FFTs, Wiener filtering, edge detection, and interpolation. www.davecentral.com/4849.html

M. A. Schulze, now a senior research engineer with Perceptive Scientific Instruments (League City, TX), demonstrates the differences between four different image filters. www.persci.com/~schulze/java/index.html

X. Zhu of the University of Nevada (Reno, NV) has developed the JImage and JPIP image-processing packages capable of image enhancement, restoration, distortion, color processing, and histogram processing. unr.gif>du/homepage/zhux/image/ image.html

G. Karantalis of Cardiff University (Cardiff, Wales) has developed the Cyber Image Processing (CIP) package. Once automatically downloaded, CIP can operate without an Internet connection. www.cs.cf.ac.uk/User/G.Karantalis/default.html

Developed by G. Simon and M. Chatterjee at Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA), these image-processing Java applets include image morphology and low- and high-pass filtering. cobb.gif>e.psu.gif>du/users/greg/index.html

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