Distributed Image Processing Shell (DIPS)

DIPS is a software tool, developed at the Computer Graphics and Vision unit of the Graz University of Technolgy in Austria, which allows remote computing for image processing. DIPS extends the Image/J Java image processing application to provide remote access to the high-performance ImageVision library by Silicon Graphics.

At its core, DIPS uses NetSolve as its metacomputing resource to provide unprecedented computing power by aggregating distributed resources on the Internet to a single system.

Martin Oberhuber ( )
Institution: Computer Graphics and Vision - TU-Graz - Austria

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