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LIMP was started as a platform for testing new techniques for image processing. A lot of complex code can be required to make an efficient library for applying arbitrary computations to large datasets ("large" in this case meaning too big to fit into memory). The goal of LIMP is to move as much complex code as possible into the library, leaving a simple yet powerful way of dealing with images from a user's code.

LIMP, in itself is just a library. The real functionality is provided by tools built on top of it. Therefor, LIMP is meant primarily for developers, rather then end users. That said, there is at least one program inside that may be useful - imgview.

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Linux/Intel, Linux/Alpha, Irix/Mips

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ANSI C++ compiler, Qt 2.x

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