TINA is an open source environment developed to accelerate the process of looking for image analysis. TINA is an open source environment developed to accelerate the process of image analysis research.TINA provides functionality to assist in all areas of image analysis including image processing, functionality and image geometric data, statistical analysis and digital data interface development as well as transmission and containment of data.TINA also provides a range of high - level of analysis techniques for both machine vision (location Object 3D, 2D object recognition, estimation time stereo depth, etc.) and analysis of medical images (MR tissue segmentation, analysis of blood flow, etc..) Now, thanks to the magic of KNOPPIX, you can feel TINA without installing any software. Simply insert the CD into the CD drive of any PC and reboot.Place the CD into the CD drive of any (reasonably modern), PC and reboot. The PC must be able to boot from the CD: If your own boot loader or Windows starts, restart again and check your BIOS settings (you'll probably be prompted to press DEL at startup). On the screen of BIOS settings, check the boot devices: the first should be the floppy drive, the second CD and third hard disk (possibly with a fourth option of booting from a network device). Check your motherboard manual for more details. KNOPPIX The CD contains a Linux Live distribution based on Debian with KDE 3. The TINA libraries are in / usr/local/TINA5, and some demos are in TINA / usr/local/Tina5/tina-tools/toolkits/knoppix_tookit (they can be accessedvia desktop icons).