| Computer Graphics, Images & Signals
| Processing & Visualization
Z-IMAGE is an interactive image analysis package designed for researchers working in a Unix environment who have some understanding of the
mathematics of image analysis and processing.
It has a large repertoire of fundamental processing functions, which should be seen as providing the
building blocks for testing and implementing new and more sophisticated image processing algorithms.
Z-IMAGE has an interactive interpreter with an ``equation-like'' language reminiscent of the statistical
package S. However, because it is specifically designed to handle image data, it processes such data more
efficiently and quickly than S does.
- easy display of multiple images and histograms using the X windowing system, using a variety of
colour maps and allowing interactive contrast stretching;
- image construction functions; arithmetic and logical operations; statistical functions;
two-dimensional fast Fourier transform;
- neighbourhood filters, with the ability to choose the filter size and to easily create new filters;
- many sophisticated morphological operators, with the capacity to accept an arbitrary structuring
- colour and multi-component image operations;
- command and menu-style structure;
- nesting of commands;
- ability to add new functions.
Current Version: 5.0
License Type: Commercial
Source Code Availability: No
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: ??
UNIX: Sun, DEC and SGI
A preliminary version of Z-IMAGE 5.0 is available on Linux. A final version of Z-IMAGE 5.0 is due to be released before the end of 1997.
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