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TI’s offers free Medical Imaging Software Tool Kit (STK-MED)

Posted on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013 in software by the machinegeek

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TI is making its STK-MED Medical Imaging Software Tool Kit available for free download. This Windows XP compatible software toolkit is a collection of several standard ultrasound and optical coherence tomography (OCT) algorithms for TI’s C66x™ and C64x+™ architecture. The algorithms showcase how medical imaging functions can leverage the C66x and C64x+ architecture for efficient performance and low power consumption. The goal of STK-MED is to shorten customer development time of medical imaging systems by providing optimized implementations of commonly used processing blocks. The source code contained in the STK-MED can easily be extended or modified to develop customized and differentiated modules.

The software and related documentation can be found on TI’s Medical Imaging page.

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One Response to “TI’s offers free Medical Imaging Software Tool Kit (STK-MED)”

  1. msr says:

    “Windows XP compatible software”. Yeah, so cool! 12 year have passed since its first release.

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