Image Quality Analysis with Mathematica
January 29, 2013 — Wolfram Blog Team
With Mathematica, you can bring new ideas into focus. No one knows that better than Fritz Lebowsky. He’s a senior principal engineer who does image-quality-related algorithm development for STMicroelectronics, a global manufacturer of electronics and semiconductors with advanced image processing technologies.
Thanks to Mathematica‘s advanced programming language and computational power, Lebowsky is seeing major advancements in his image processing development work, with his latest color imaging project set to double performance while reducing cost by half.
About the development, he says, “For the very first time in my research career I could combine several simple non-linear functions/dimensions to overcome some fundamental weaknesses in today’s linear mathematics applied to image processing.”
Lebowsky shares an example of his work and describes how Mathematica is a platform for him to quickly develop, test, and communicate his ideas and findings in this video.