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The same code handles all pixel images with appropriate value type, virtual views into such images, sparsely sampled datasets, procedural images, etc. In Java, this level of generality requires pixels to be objects. Storing simple pixel values e.
Conversely, creating new objects per pixel access introduces significant runtime overhead and triggers frequent garbage collection. Both approaches do not scale well with large images.
To address this issue, ImgLib2 uses proxy types to access pixel data that can be mapped into Java primitive type arrays byte, float, etc. In this way, an accessor can re-use one proxy instance for all pixel accesses.
In the above example, a proxy of type T is instantiated once and then re-used in every iteration, changing only internal state. Various implementations for pixel data in a discrete n-dimensional grid conventional pixel images are provided: ListImg stores pixels as individual object instances and thus supports arbitrary value types, but does not scale to large numbers of pixels.
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ArrayImg maps proxy types into a single primitive type array, providing optimal performance and memory efficiency.
However, Java arrays are limited to a size of e. CellImg splits the coordinate domain into an n-dimensional grid of cells, each mapping into one primitive type array. This enables significantly larger images px at slightly reduced performance.
In generic code we can transparently switch between image implementations using image factories. This allows performance tuning for specific datasets without any modification to the algorithm implementation. We compared the performance of ImgLib2 generic code and special purpose fixed dimensionality and value type implementations for Java primitive type arrays and ImageJ Supplementary Table S1. For a more complex operation involving an inner loop over the unknown number of dimensions, the ImgLib2 code was on average 1.
We consider this a reasonable abstraction penalty as the ImgLib2 code supports any dimensionality, image and value type. In contrast, native arrays and ImageJ images require specialized implementations for each supported dimensionality and value type.
For the cases tested in our benchmark, this amounts to an order of magnitude increase in lines of code. Even so, only ImgLib2 is able to handle all test cases due to dimensionality and image size limits of both ImageJ and primitive type arrays.
ImgLib2 permits virtualization of sample access. We use this for accessors that perform on-the-fly coordinate and value transformations without copying the underlying data.
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Floating Point Rasters Appendix B: Scanners References Index Exercises appear at the end of each chapter. Author s Bio Kenny Hunt got a pretty quick start at signal processing and engineering.
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View Cart. Offline Computer — Download Bookshelf software to your desktop so you can view your eBooks with or without Internet access. While most other image processing texts approach this subject from an engineering perspective, The Art of Image Processing with Java places image processing within the realm of both engineering and computer science students by emphasizing software design. Ideal forstudents studying computer science or software engineering, it clearly teaches them the fundamentals of image processing.
Accompanied by rich illustrations that demonstrate the results of performing processing on well-known art pieces, the text builds an accessible mathematical foundation and includes extensive sample Java code. Each chapter provides exercises to help students master the material. Read more Show all links. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
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