Version 2.0 March 1995
Copyright LMCP-Université P.M. Curie 1994
Laboratoire de Minéralogie-Cristallographie
associé au CNRS (UA009)
Universités Paris 6-7, case 115
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75252 Paris Cedex 05 FRANCE
Table of contents:
I. Using Triton
Which use for Triton?
Triton is an interactive program devoted to numerical image processing mainly based on Fourier filtering and wavelet analysis. A great variety of frequential filters are available to perform image restoration and image analysis. For more information about image processing and Fourier filtering the reader may refer to:
Digital Image Processing, Gonzalez R.C., Wintz P., Addison-Wesley Publishing Company Inc., 1977
Signal Processing of High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope Images Using Fourier Transform, P.R. Buseck, Y. Epelboin, A. Rimsky, Acta Cryst. (1988), A44, p 975-986.
The available functions are organized in several menus described in section I. These menus have been designed using the OSF-Motif Widgets. Therefore Triton requires an X-Window workstation under a UNIX system, and OSF-Motif libraries. Triton has been successfully ported on the following plateforms:
PC 386 and 486 with LINUX;
Silicon Graphics (Indigo2);
Hewlett-Packard HP 9000/7xx
Note: If you use Triton or have suggestions, problems about Triton, please send us a message with e-mail.