Multithreaded Programming Techniques in C#

The age of single core CPUs in computing is long gone. As processing power increases and multiple processing cores get stacked into a single silicon chip, the applications we write too need to be optimized to utilize the underlying hardware it runs on. Though we overlook at times and focus ourselves more on the business... Continue Reading →


Contour Identification of an Image using C# and EmguCV

Finding Contours can be useful in creating masks for images and to segment and extract features from an image. Its used by Meteorologists to understand weather maps and for analysis and forecasts. The following post describes how contours could be identified in an image. Implementation would be based on EmguCV the popular .NET ported version... Continue Reading →

Using Vector (SVG) Graphics in C# .NET

Introduction Scalable vector graphics(SVG), has been widely popular currently in terms of rendering web graphics. When compared with Raster images, Vector images (SVG image types) have the following advantages. As the name implies Vector SVG graphics are scaleable and do not pixelate at higher zoom levels. Vector graphics are formed using basic shapes, mathematical paths... Continue Reading →

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