From: Chris Fairles (chris.fairles_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-10-19 11:09:24
Theres work being done integrating various image pro libs. OpenCV for
one, I'm not sure if theres anything for VIGRA. There's an extension
package called "numerics"
http://opensource.adobe.com/gil/numeric.tar.gz with basic 1D
convolution, some resampling and affine transformations.
Theres some sample files (see convolution.cpp) here:
There's also a list of contributors and links to their repos here:
On 10/19/07, Michael Held <michael.held_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> hi folks,
> what is planned for GIL in terms of image processing/analysis
> algorithms. (I haven't seen anything in svn)
> there might be night-long discussions about which algorithms are
> "standard" and should belong to GIL and which not.
> working more than three years with VIGRA I would miss most of its basic
> and sophisticated algorithms when migrating to boost::GIL. nobody wants
> to implement image labeling, seeded region growing or basic morphology
> again and again.
> I know that for most algorithms more or less efficient (sometimes even
> patented) versions exist and most image analysis experts will write
> their own.
> for a broader majority of people a basic repertoire of algorithms will
> ease the daily work-flow a lot.
> one idea could be to port some of VIGRAs algorithms to GIL?!
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