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Training Image Operators from Samples

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Tools to train Image Operators automatically from a set of samples.

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TRIOS - Training Image Operators from Samples is a set of tools to bring Image Processing closer to scientists in general. It is capable of estimating an operator between two images using only pairs of samples that contain an input image and the desired output. The operator is saved to a file and can be applied to any image.

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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Science/Research, Engineering

Programming Language

Python, C

Registered

2012-05-20

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