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ImageTcl is an new system
which provides powerful Tcl/Tk based media scripting capabilities
similar to those of the ViewSystem and Rivl in a unique environment that
allows rapid prototyping and development of new components in the C++
language. Powerful user tools automate the creation of new components
as well as the addition of new data types and file formats.
Applications using ImageTcl at the Dartmouth Experimental
Visualization Laboratory (DEVLAB) include multiple stream media data
analysis, automatic image annotation, and image sequence motion
analysis. ImageTcl combines the high speed of compiled languages with
the testing and parameterization advantages of scripting languages.
A shorter version of this paper appears in the Proceedings of Gesellschaft
fur Klassifikation e.V., University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany,
March 12-14, 1997
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Charles B. Owen and Fillia Makedon, "Multimedia Data Analysis using ImageTcl (Extended version)." Dartmouth Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR97-310, July 10,.
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