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This document is written for those intending to use the Tina libraries for
software development. We cover the various reasons for the design of the libraries,
the basics of software development and some of the detail of library functionality.
Minimal knowledge of UNIX and C programming is assumed.
Only the basic essentials of programming are described, and
no attempt is made here to explain in detail the various intricasies of the higher
level vision algorithms. Details of this work should be sought in the
published literature and on our Tina memo web pages. For technical reference
material describing data structures and core library functions
see Tina memo 2005-004.