Fred J. R. Appelman

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A general-purpose image I/O library is presented, whose properties derive from externally defined data dictionaries. The library has primarily been developed for image I/O in a medical image processing environment. It hence addresses all issues found in this field such as a variety of pixel types, architecture independence, automatic type conversion, and an(More)
An on-going effort to develop a set of class-based libraries in C++ for image I/O and image processing is described. These new libraries will provide the following features to application programs based on them: Derivable image classes Machine-architecture independence of data storage Fast, user-customizable image I/O Unlimited number of descriptive data(More)
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