Audio, Images & Signals
Mathematica Version 11 introduces fully integrated support for audio processing. An audio signal can be stored in-memory for fast computations or linked to a local or remote file. File-based audio representation allows for handling of very large audio files or very large collections of audio files. New capabilities covering audio synthesis, processing, and analysis combined with comprehensive support for signal processing, statistical analysis, and machine learning enable easy prototyping of applications in various fields, including music, speech, communication, and broadcasting.
Mathematica Version 11 adds new functionality specifically designed for performing tasks in the domain of computational photography. The new additions, combined with the previously developed set of image processing capabilities, allow for immediate enhancement of photographs, including removal of unwanted feature such as noise and color cast, as well as adding photography effects to photographs or even combining images of different focus and exposure. In addition, the comprehensive support for import and export of image metadata allows for a wide range of analysis performed on large collections of images.
Mathematica Version 11 continues to add powerful image and signal processing functions. Several functions are introduced to process and analyze sequences of images captured at different times, with different exposures, or with different focuses. Efficient viewing of very large images, fast conversions of images to mesh regions, sequence alignment and similarity analysis, and a lot more improve the workflow of applications in research and development, computational photography, microscopy, and more.