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hi..this is my second email on this subject.i really wondered about image processing working area..does anyone know what electronic engineers(expert on image processing) do ???Or what do u prefer me as an advice to do sth on image processing ?? learn c++ or sth else ,learn how to use matlab etc.

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I don't really know what you're asking, but it seems like you're wondering on languages to learn based on the field of image processing. Well, don't worry about that for now, just get cracking on the theory, as it can be implemented in many different environments.

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hi piyon,

im an electronic engineer...we arent really experts on image processing. electronic engineering entails working with hardware (component level up) and software. you can specialise in image processing if thats yous passion (a maths degree would prob help then too...)

c/c++ is a good language to learn for image processing as its fairly universal and is used on a lot of embedded systems. matlab is good for messing around with filters (look into 2d convolution for a start...), so is probasbly good to get a better understanding of how fiters/filter design works.


hope this helps.

james

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Actually i am in an image processing group...but i don't do image processing.
I would have to say it is sad, but most in the dsp field learn matlab in school. Matlab is a great tool, but learning a general purpose language like C I beleive is important. To many dsp people are math oriented and lack good software skills......so Matlab will get you productive much faster, but you should really try to learn both.
If you use C look into open source math libraries like gsl and such..

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m an electronic engineer...we arent really experts on image processing. electronic engineering entails working with hardware (component level up) and software. you can specialise in image processing if thats yous passion (a maths degree would prob help then too...)


Depends on your course. My course for instance dealt/deals with rather alot of signal processing, leading to image and video processing.

I agree with the suggestion of MATLAB. It'll get you up and running quickly, and allows you to deal with just the image processing, rather than all the support code that you'd have to write ( if for instance - you decided on C++ ).

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