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2000.03.30 10:53 "Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.30 13:33 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Frank Warmerdam
2000.03.30 13:56 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.30 15:07 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Chris Hanson
2000.03.30 16:44 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.30 19:12 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Cris Luengo
2000.03.31 11:34 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.31 15:14 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Max Martinez
2000.03.31 17:05 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.31 18:07 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Max Martinez
2000.03.31 18:12 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.03.31 18:31 "Fwd: RE: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri
2000.04.03 13:12 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Frank Warmerdam
2000.03.31 18:48 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Daniel Mccoy
2000.03.31 11:36 "Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri

2000.03.30 16:44 "Re: Complex Floating Point", by Antonio E Scuri

> I think what he means is rather than one image with one 128-bit complex
> sample per pixel, produce a single image with two 64-bit
> double-precision samples per pixel, treating one of these samples as the
> real part and one as the imaginary part.  This should be possible to do
> in the TIFF format right now, without any sort of extensions.

Sorry, I forgot that. But I did because I also consider the case of 
images with more that 1 SamplesPerPixel, like RGB images.

If I save a complex RGB image using 6 SamplesPerPixel, I guess that the 
3 first samples must be the real part, and the 3 last the imaginary. So if 
some one that understands floating point images, but do not for complex, 
can at least read the real part. Ok?

scuri