Developing a Distributed Image Processing and Management Framework

@inproceedings{Fabbro2000DevelopingAD,
  title={Developing a Distributed Image Processing and Management Framework},
  author={Simon J. Del Fabbro and Andrew L. Wendelborn},
  year={2000}
}
We attempt to develop a framework for the distributed processing of images, in particular, the remote accessing and manipulation of large geo-referenced images. The development is broken down into two different stages. The first involves the development of a dataflow visual programming language (VPL) to allow users to develop programs out of chains of image operators. Programs are represented by directed acyclic graphs (DAGs). One of the goals of this tool is to allow nonprogrammers to develop… CONTINUE READING
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