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Image Processing Toolbox™ 6.1

Perform image processing, analysis, and algorithm development

Image Processing Toolbox™ software provides a comprehensive set of reference-standard algorithms and graphical tools for image processing, analysis, visualization, and algorithm development. You can restore noisy or degraded images, enhance images for improved intelligibility, extract features, analyze shapes and textures, and register two images. Most toolbox functions are written in the open MATLAB® language, giving you the ability to inspect the algorithms, modify the source code, and create your own custom functions.

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Neural Network Toolbox™ 6.0

Design and simulate neural networks

Neural Network Toolbox™ extends MATLAB® with tools for designing, implementing, visualizing, and simulating neural networks. Neural networks are invaluable for applications where formal analysis would be difficult or impossible, such as pattern recognition and nonlinear system identification and control. Neural Network Toolbox software provides comprehensive support for many proven network paradigms, as well as graphical user interfaces (GUIs) that enable you to design and manage your networks. The modular, open, and extensible design of the toolbox simplifies the creation of customized functions and networks.

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Signal Processing Blockset™ 6.7

Design and simulate signal processing systems and devices

The Signal Processing Blockset™ product extends Simulink® software with efficient frame-based processing and blocks for designing, implementing, and verifying signal processing systems. The blockset enables you to model streaming data and multirate systems in communications, audio/video, digital control, radar/sonar, consumer and medical electronics, and other numerically intensive application areas.

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Signal Processing Toolbox™ 6.9

Perform signal processing, analysis, and algorithm development

Signal Processing Toolbox™ is a collection of industry-standard algorithms for analog and digital signal processing (DSP). Signal Processing Toolbox software also provides graphical user interfaces for interactive design and analysis and command-line functions for advanced algorithm development.

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Video and Image Processing Blockset™ 2.5

Design and simulate video and image processing systems

The Video and Image Processing Blockset™ product extends Simulink® software with a rich, customizable framework for the rapid design, simulation, implementation, and verification of video and image processing algorithms and systems. It includes basic primitives and advanced algorithms for designing embedded imaging systems in a wide range of applications in aerospace and defense, automotive, communications, consumer electronics, education, and medical electronics industries.

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Virtual Reality Toolbox™ 4.7

Animate and visualize Simulink systems in three dimensions

The Virtual Reality Toolbox™ lets you view and interact with dynamic system simulations in a 3-D virtual reality environment. The toolbox links MATLAB® and Simulink® with virtual reality graphics, enabling MATLAB or Simulink to control the position, rotation, and dimensions of the 3-D images defined in the virtual reality environment. The result is a presentation-quality 3-D animation.

Through visualization, the Virtual Reality Toolbox product provides insight into the dynamic systems that you model in Simulink. You can use these viewing capabilities in automotive, aerospace, communication, biological, and mechanical applications.

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Wavelet Toolbox™ 4.2

Analyze and synthesize signals and images using wavelet techniques

Wavelet Toolbox™ software extends the MATLAB® technical computing environment with graphical tools and command-line functions for developing wavelet-based algorithms for the analysis, synthesis, denoising, and compression of signals and images. Wavelet analysis provides more precise information about signal data than other signal analysis techniques, such as Fourier.

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