cocolib / light field suite

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CUDA library for continuous optimization and light field analysis

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Library for continuous convex optimization in image processing, together with a command line tool.

Implements several recent algorithms for inverse problems and image segmentation with (vectorial) total variation regularizers and (vectorial) labeling schemes with a number of penalizers.

Also included is a suite for variational light field analysis, which ties into the HCI light field data base and benchmark set and givens reference implementations for a number of our recently published algorithms.

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Features

  • CUDA Implementations of recent algorithms for variational image analysis
  • Library and example: command line tool for image processing
  • Vectorial total variation: inverse problems, inpainting, optical flow
  • Total variation: inverse problems, inpainting and segmentation
  • Total Curvature: inverse problems, inpainting and segmentation
  • Multilabel problems: lifting method for linear interactions and simplex relaxation for Potts
  • Upcoming: more multilabel regularizers, light field analysis methods

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    Thank you for the nice work

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-09-08
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