N-Surf 1.05 SPM/AFM Image Processor And Surface Analy...
Owing to the virtual main frame and other unique features, multidocument interface allows to work easily and concurrently with a variety of images.
You will enjoy free in manipulating different views of your document in the n - Surf environment.
This application uses all modern facilities of Windows 2000/XP, such as Thumbnails, Clipboard, Float toolbars, Contexts Help and others.
Superior printing quality will fit every user`s requirements.
The basic concept of n-Surf 1.05 is presentation of all images in the form of three views, namely, 2D, Bump and 3D, each having strengths and weaknesses. However, you have freedom in choosing the most workable one to solve your specific problems.
Researchers can use a lot of facilities and processing methods offered:
1. Variety of filters such as Arithmetic mean, Median, Laplacian, Gaussian, High-pass, Low-pass, Sharpening, Prewitt, Scharr, Sobel, Roberts and others.
2. Dilate and Erode morphological operations.
3. Fourier transform and Autocorrelation.
4. Roughness analysis, Height histogram and Bearing curve.
6. Special operations such as Jump elimination, Flatting and Plane fitting.
This list is by no means complete and will undergo replenishment in the future. At present n-Surf [nsurf1.05.exe] is constantly under development. Therefore there is always a room to implement specific suggestions of its customers.
What is new in official n-Surf 1.05 software version? - Beta. What is expected in the future? Newly-made n-Surf 1.6 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 1.7 release build. You may download n-Surf 1.05 beta (2000 - XP).zip directly, estimated download time by ISDN or CDMA [~128 kbit/s] is 0:02:05. Just write the reviews of the n-Surf. System requirements are OpenGL accelerator (recommended). Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and n-Surf found to be clean. No guide or n-Surf tutorial available. The following languages are supported by n-Surf: English.