Programs in Physics & Physical Chemistry
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|Manuscript Title: JChainsAnalyser: an ImageJ-based stand-alone application for the study of magneto-rheological fluids.|
|Authors: P. Domínguez-García, M.A. Rubio|
|Program title: JChainsAnalyser|
|Catalogue identifier: AEDT_v1_0|
Distribution format: tar.gz
|Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 180(2009)1956|
|Programming language: Java 2.|
|Computer: Any computer with Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed.|
|Operating system: Any OS with Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed.|
|RAM: Typically, 3.3 Mb.|
|Keywords: magneto-rheological fluid, magnetic colloids, aggregation, ImageJ, java.|
|PACS: 61.43.HV, 82.70.Dd, 83.80.Gv.|
External routines: ImageJ, ij-imageIO, jdom, L2FProd
Nature of problem:
The video-microscopy technique usually produces quite a big quantity of images to analyse. Although ImageJ gives the required filters and methods for image analysis, it fails when a large number of images is used. Moreover, an adequate combination of filters is needed for the segmentation and binarization of this kind of images.
JChainsAnalyser filters and analyses any quantity of MRF images automatically, so the application can be run on a desktop computer or using a cluster of processors. It can be run in a desktop computer using the GUI (graphical user interface) or by a command-line interface. JChainsAnalyser uses XML files to define input/output data and Java to ensure portability between operating systems. It also utilizes an image algorithm based on the application of different and adaptative ImageJ's filters.
The test run provided takes only a few seconds.
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