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Introduction

TINA (TINA Is No Acronym) is an open source environment developed to accelerate the process of image analysis research. TINA provides functionality to assist in all areas of image analysis including handling of image, image feature and geometrical data; statistical and numerical analysis of data; GUI development as well as transmission and containment of data. TINA also provides a range of high-level analysis techniques for both machine vision (3D object location, 2D object recognition, temporal-stereo depth estimation, etc) and medical image analysis (MR tissue segmentation, blood flow analysis, etc).

TINA has been under continuous development since 1987 and, during that time, has been funded by a variety of organisations, including the EU as part of the IST programme under the Free Software: Towards Critical Mass call. This call aims to support and accelerate the development of key open source software within Europe and represents clear recognition by the EU of the potential of open source software development. Details of this project can be found on the OSMIA project page.


Developers

The TINA libraries are distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License, which can be viewed here. The libraries can be obtained from the software page. Additional information is available from the community developer site. The developer site is also the place to go if you want to contribute to TINA.

Contact

For further information on TINA including licensing and software usage issues contact us at contact@tina-vision.net

Website Usage Statistics

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Jobs

Employment opportunities within the TINA group (PhD projects and RA posts) are occasionally listed on the news page.

Current opportunities:

No opportunities are available at the moment.
   

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