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ImagePartition   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImagePartition[image, s] partitions an image into an array of s*s-pixel subimages. ImagePartition[image, {w, h}] partitions an image into an array of subimages of pixel width ...
Geometric Operations   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica supports basic as well as highly sophisticated functions for manipulating image geometry, including state-of-the-art image transformation discovery capabilities.
ImageAssemble   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageAssemble[{{image_11, image_12, ...}, {image_21, ...}, ...}] assembles a single image from an array of images.
ImageTake   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageTake[image, n] gives an image consisting of the first n rows of image. ImageTake[image, -n] gives an image consisting of the last n rows of image. ImageTake[image, ...
Basic Image Manipulation   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's symbolic architecture makes it possible to treat images just like any other form of expression—applying functions to them, displaying and inputting them in ...
ImagePeriodogram   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImagePeriodogram[image] shows the squared magnitude of the discrete Fourier transform (power spectrum) of image. ImagePeriodogram[image, n] shows the average of power spectra ...
ImageCrop   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ImageCrop[image] crops image by removing borders of uniform color. ImageCrop[image, size] crops image based on the size specification size. ImageCrop[image, size, spec] crops ...
New in 7.0: Data Manipulation   (Mathematica Guide)
Building on Mathematica's unified symbolic architecture, Mathematica 7 introduces several major new integrated forms of data manipulation—including large-scale support for ...
FourierDCTMatrix   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FourierDCTMatrix[n] returns an n*n discrete cosine transform matrix of type 2. FourierDCTMatrix[n, m] returns an n*n discrete cosine transform matrix of type m.
Image Processing & Analysis   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides broad and deep built-in support for both programmatic and interactive modern industrial-strength image processing—fully integrated with Mathematica's ...
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