General PhysMo Resources
Below are some general resources and links to help people use PhysMo.
- Sign the PhysMo Guestbook!
- Post a review on the PhysMo software
- A Wiki for PhysMo
- PhysMo tutorials on Youtube
Citing PhysMo in Your ProjectsPhysMo has been developed by Dr. Jason Barraclough. If you use PhysMo, please acknowledge this by citing it properly. For example:
 Barraclough, Jason K. : PhysMo - Video Motion Analysis [Computer Software] http://physmo.sf.net (2011)
Articles Citing PhysMo Shen, J. (2010), "NO-REFERENCE NATURAL IMAGE/VIDEO QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF NOISY, BLURRY, OR COMPRESSED IMAGES/VIDEOS BASED ON HYBRID CURVELET, WAVELET AND COSINE TRANSFORMS", PhD Thesis, The Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences
PhysMo is compiled using JDK 1.6.* and Netbeans 7.0 under Ubuntu Linux. If you travel to PhysMo 2 @ Sourceforge, you can download the source code and begin developing PhysMo for your own needs. A great place to start would be to familiarise yourself with the online Javadoc here and the program information to learn a little about the internal workings of PhysMo 2.