Easy Java programming for teaching image-processing

@inproceedings{Sage2001EasyJP,
  title={Easy Java programming for teaching image-processing},
  author={Daniel Sage and Michael Unser},
  booktitle={ICIP},
  year={2001}
}
We have designed a series of computer sessions build around ImageJ (a public-domain software for image analysis), as a practical complement to a two-semester course in image processing. The students are challenged with simple practical imaging problems as they acquire hands-on practice by experimenting with image-processing operators. In the process, they also learn how to program standard image-processing algorithms in Java. This is made possible thanks to a programmer-friendly environment and… CONTINUE READING

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