ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 Information technology — Computer graphics and image processing — Spatial Reference Model (SRM) language bindings — Part 4: C
Computer graphics and image processing are two of the most popular fields within information technology, and the ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 standard is a definitive authority on how to format and communicate graphics and image processing information. This latest revision of the SRM language bindings specification includes support for the C programming language. In this article, we’ll show you how to create C programs that use the ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 SRM language bindings, and how they can help you create high-quality graphics and images.
What is ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 ?
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 is a standard specification for spatial reference models (SRMs). It specifies the syntax and semantics of the C language bindings.
The SRM is a tool that can be used to represent geometric objects in a digital context. It can be used to generate images, 3D models, and other graphics.
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 is an international standard. It has been adopted by many organizations, including the International Standards Organization (ISO), the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
If you are working with 3D graphics, you will likely need to use an SRM. You can find more information about SRMs on the ISO website.
What are the requirements of ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 ?
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 is a language binding specification of the ISO/IEC 25926-1:2006 spatial reference model (SRM). The binding defines an unambiguous interface between a language, such as C++ or Java, and the SRM.
The binding is intended to allow applications that use the SRM to be interoperable, and to allow tools that generate code for use with the SRM to be portable.
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 defines three interfaces: the SRMLayer interface, which provides access to the features of the SRM; the SRMLayer::OutputStream interface, which provides streaming access to data in the SRM; and the SRMLayer::InputStream interface, which provides streaming access to data from the SRM.
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 is available in two editions: a standards edition, which is intended for general use; and a technical documentation edition, which is intended for use by developers who want to learn more about how to use the bindings.
What are the benefits of ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 ?
ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 is a spatial reference model (SRM) language binding that specifies how to represent geometric data and geometric relationships between objects in a computer graphics or image processing application.
The benefits of ISO/IEC 18042-4:2006 include the following:
- It facilitates the exchange of geometric data between different applications.
- It supports the development of efficient algorithms for geometric operations.
- It facilitates the sharing of geometric data and relationships among software developers.
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