The MathWorks to Host Image Processing Seminars

8/13/2002 - The MathWorks today announced its upcoming series of Advanced Image Processing Seminars located across the country for professionals performing image processing and analysis. The seminars will include examples and demonstrations related to the development of image processing applications for various industries, including communication, multimedia, semiconductor, aerospace and defense.

In each seminar, presenters will demonstrate image processing techniques, such as binary and grayscale morphological methods for multidimensional image processing and image preprocessing, enhancement and analysis. In addition, each seminar will highlight features and functionality from the MATLAB Image Processing Toolbox, which provides an extensive collection of digital image processing and analysis algorithms that extends the power of the MATLAB environment.

The following are dates, times and locations for the seminar series:

MATLAB and the Image Processing Toolbox are used by scientists and engineers across a broad spectrum of applications, including aerospace and defense, astronomy, remote sensing, medical imaging, bio-scientific imaging, manufacturing automation, materials science and genetics research. MATLAB is a naturally expressive matrix-based environment that treats images as matrices, making image data easy to access, manipulate, analyze and visualize. In addition, it facilitates the learning and teaching of image processing techniques in both academic and research settings. MATLAB integrates numeric computation, technical graphics and visualization, and an intuitive programming language for applications in engineering and science.

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