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Image Processing in java

 
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i had created a projects on imageProcessing in java...........i had sucessfully for creating various effects like emboss,edgedetect,sharpen,bluring,gausian blur,grayscale.Using matrix for it.
i am using convoloveOp class for it........
so i need matrix or coding(source code) or algorithms for it.
please help me..........for it.....if any one had solution for it .please send to me solution for it................
 
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I did the same thing years ago for a school project.
It is a java applet that performs image convolution with matrices.

http://www.vertexa.com/imageProcessing/index.html

Let me know if this is what you need.
 
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Paul,

Nice demo. I have one question about it. Can you display different images like tiff, jpeg, gif, etc?

Thanks,

Jason
 
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It can do jpeg and gif files. I'm not sure about the tiffs.
You can specify the file in the html file which you use to load the applet.
 
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