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|Short description||The QVision is a free and open source library oriented to the development of computer vision, image/video processing, and scientific computing applications. It is based on the Qt application framework, so it is an object-oriented and cross-platform library for C++|
|Full description||The QVision is a free and open source library oriented to the development of computer vision, image/video processing, and scientific computing applications. It is based on the Qt application framework, so it is an object-oriented and cross-platform library for C++. The library is mainly intended for educational and research purposes, usability and performance. It has a clean and well documented, Qt-style, object oriented API, which provides functionality for: video and image input/output, image processing, graphical interface programming, augmented reality visualization, performance evaluation, scientific computing (matrix, vector, quaternions, function optimization, etc..), visual data-path editor tool for rapid application development (RAD), and so on. The developer can use the library to rapidly create fully working applications or test new algorithms without investing too much time and effort in technical or programming details not essentially related to computer vision or image processing, such as: the development of the graphical interface, image and video input/output, interacting with third party libraries, like the Intel(R) Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP) (for efficient low-level image processing), the OpenCV (for extended computer vision and machine learning functionality), GSL - GNU Scientific Library (for general scientific computation and math calculus), and so on. The QVision takes advantage of these top-performance libraries, so the developer can use their functionality within a clean object oriented API. For example, QVision object types for images, vectors and matrices adapt their methods to use the IPP and GSL functionality for low-level image processing and matrix algebra when these libraries are available.|
|GNU package name|
|VCS checkout command||svn co https://qvision.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/qvision qvision|
|Documentation note||full Doxygen documentation|
|Related projects||Qt, OpenCV, Octave, CGAL, GSL, IPP|
|Keywords||augmented reality, sfm, structure from motion, open source, gnu, lgpl, gpl, free, computer vision, image processing, robotics, programming, source, development, library, toolkit, framework, prototype, application, object oriented, c++, block programming, reusability, gui, graphical, parallel computing, high performance, GPU, prototyping, Qt, GSL, GNU Scientific library, OpenCV, CGAL, QWT, CUDA, mplayer, IPP, Intel Image Performance Primitives, blas, lapack, image features, matrix algebra, projective geometry, mser, function minimization, function optimization, canny operator, harris operator, corner detection, performance evaluation, cpu usage, graphical interface, matrix, vector, tensor, quaternion, image, polyline, webcam, camera, stream, embedded, desktop computer, laptop, mini-laptop, University of Murcia, Spain, PARP research group, vision por computador|
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