On this page you will find a convenient collection of links to example code in the documentation illustrating the implementation of some of the major functional operations available in PrecisionImage.NET.
An example illustrating the use of the OutputWindowing class for image windowing and levelling.
An example illustrating the automatic image segmentation of (and BinaryMask generation from) a SourceData object SourceData object. Segmentation is shown in both single step and iterative forms. This example also includes the use of adaptive histogram equalization.
An example illustrating counting and extracting objects from binary images.
An example showing the use of the Histogram Equalization operation and its effect on an image's histogram distribution.
An example illustrating the use of the Contrast-Limited Adaptive Histogram Equalization operation. Results are compared to those derived from the global Histogram Equalization operation.
An example illustrating the conversion of source data from linear RGB to CIE L*a*b* color space specifying a D50 illuminant.
An example illustrating the use of the Canny Edge Detector class.
An example illustrating forward and inverse FFT, interaction with the FourierSpectrum class, and the use of various windowing functions during a forward FFT and their effects on spectral leakage.
An example that illustrates how to specify the geometry of a DirectionalFrequencyFilter object, illustrates various geometries and shows an example of the use this object in combination with the FourierTransformclass to remove periodic noise.
An example illustrating how to specify and visualize an IsotropicFrequencyFilter object.
An example illustrating the resampling of source data from cartesian to polar coordinates.
An example illustrating a forward/inverse discrete wavelet transform on source data to th maximum number of decomposition levels.
An example illustrating the results layout of forward DWT and DWPT operations and the specification of pre-defined and custom sub-band processing of wavelet data.