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Programming in Java Advanced Imaging

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Programming in Java Advanced Imaging

Publisher: Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Number of pages: 488

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This document introduces the Java Advanced Imaging API and how to program in it. It is intended for serious programmers who want to use Java Advanced Imaging for real projects. To best understand this document and the examples, you need a solid background in the Java programming language and some experience with imaging. In addition, you will need a working knowledge of other Java Extension APIs.

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