Automation of control and processing of images in internet applications

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Hrabovskyi Ye. M. № 2 (61) 19-29 Image Image

The essence of modern theoretical approaches and software development to the process of image verification has been explained. The analysis of Internet applications has been done that allows one to perform online image processing. Tools that allow image validation have been explored. It is suggested to use the ImageInfo class of the System.Drawing.Imaging namespace in C # to obtain image data. Based on existing parameters, properties are proposed that describe the parameters of the images. The study to develop an algorithm for automating the process of control and image processing has been conducted during which it was found that most of the average printed or electronic publications take into account some parameters. These parameters for images are color space, real DPI, file format, width and height, pixels of the object, image scaling, the presence of an alpha channel, color depth. Free development environments and semi-free ones, in which it is possible to write programs in the C # programming language, were used as analysis programs. To obtain the image resolution data, the RealDPI property is used, which is defined in the created ImageService class, in which the data is read from the images. A prototype of a software tool for the implementation of the process of automation of online image verification has been developed. Based on the capabilities of each of the considered software development environments, the software module should be developed in Microsoft Visual Studio, because it has the greatest functionality. With the help of ASP.NET technology, a Web service has been developed that provides the interaction of the created prototype with the online network. The .NET Framework handles all lower-level work, such as creating, sending, receiving, and analyzing SOAP messages.

Keywords: images, automation, control, processing, Internet applications, integ­ra­ted development environments.

doi: 10.32403/1998-6912-2020-2-61-19-29

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