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image processing in java

 
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i'm doin a project on image processing in java.

are there any predefined functions to convert an image into a two dimensional array

and to find the the intensity of pixel in the image
 
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If you have a BufferedImage object (maybe obtained through javax.imageio.ImageIO.read) then you can call its getRGB method to obtain the RGB (or RGBA) values of a specific pixel.

As an aside, a very powerful image processing library (and application) is ImageJ.
[ January 06, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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