Day 1 and 2 of the course offer lecture and lab-based introductions to the library, delving into the MIL software architecture, its installation and portability, the capture and handling of images, along with development and debugging techniques. Day 3 offers students the choice to take in additional lecture/lab sessions (MIL processing fundamentals and/or MIL/MIL-Lite environment advanced topics) or to get some one-on-one, application-specific discussion time with our support and development teams.
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