27 September 2016 Image processing and pattern recognition with CVIPtools MATLAB toolbox: automatic creation of masks for veterinary thermographic images
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CVIPtools is a software package for the exploration of computer vision and image processing developed in the Computer Vision and Image Processing Laboratory at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. CVIPtools is available in three variants – a) CVIPtools Graphical User Interface, b) CVIPtools C library and c) CVIPtools MATLAB toolbox, which makes it accessible to a variety of different users. It offers students, faculty, researchers and any user a free and easy way to explore computer vision and image processing techniques. Many functions have been implemented and are updated on a regular basis, the library has reached a level of sophistication that makes it suitable for both educational and research purposes. In this paper, the detail list of the functions available in the CVIPtools MATLAB toolbox are presented and how these functions can be used in image analysis and computer vision applications. The CVIPtools MATLAB toolbox allows the user to gain practical experience to better understand underlying theoretical problems in image processing and pattern recognition. As an example application, the algorithm for the automatic creation of masks for veterinary thermographic images is presented.
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Deependra K. Mishra, Deependra K. Mishra, Scott E. Umbaugh, Scott E. Umbaugh, Norsang Lama, Norsang Lama, Rohini Dahal, Rohini Dahal, Dominic J. Marino, Dominic J. Marino, Joseph Sackman, Joseph Sackman, } "Image processing and pattern recognition with CVIPtools MATLAB toolbox: automatic creation of masks for veterinary thermographic images", Proc. SPIE 9971, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXXIX, 99713G (27 September 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2238183; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2238183
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