Also check out NASA Vision Workbench:

http://ti.arc.nasa.gov/visionworkbench/

not so much in the way of image recognition, but its other algorithms are indeed quite fast.

On 7/12/07, Kirk Martinez <km@ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
our VIPS library is pretty optimised for low memory systems etc and uses C:
http://vips.ecs.soton.ac.uk
not much recognition stuff compared to openCV but easy to develop with
(with the "spreadsheet" nip for prototypes)
cheers
Kirk

Demetris Zavorotnichenko wrote:
> Does anyone know wher I could get a pattern recognition (image
> processing) library ? (for C)
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> I need to recognize color, straight lines, edges on an image and
> separate them accordingly if the lines are broken or if the color is
> different.
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> Does anyone know a way to do this ?
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