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Ticket #29 (closed task: fixed)

Opened 2010-02-19T14:41:59-06:00

Last modified 2011-02-25T10:55:02-06:00

Integrate Java OO layer over SLIM-curve C functions

Reported by: curtis Owned by: aivar
Priority: major Milestone: progress-report
Component: Analysis Plugins Version:
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In partnership with  Paul Barber at Oxford, we are developing a library of curve routines for combined spectral lifetime data, called  SLIM-curve. Paul originally wrote these routines for his  TRI2 program.

Once we have established SLIM-curve as a separate library, we can adapt and evolve the existing object-oriented  SLIM Plotter curve fitting API to use the SLIM-curve routines. Doing so will require JNI bindings from Java to C, and hence limit cross-platform deployment, but will allow us to achieve consistent results between programs like TRI2 and  SLIM Plotter.

Change History

comment:1 Changed 2011-02-16T13:13:25-06:00 by curtis

 SLIM Plugin is currently the Java-based mechanism for calling into SLIM-curve.

However, it would still be nice to split out the Java API for curve fitting routines, and have SLIM Plugin depend on that API, rather than having everything integrated. Aivar, what do you think?

comment:2 Changed 2011-02-25T10:55:02-06:00 by aivar

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Component changed from visbio to imagej-analysis

The SLIM Plugin now has an interface for curve fitting routines.