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* I decided to implement a partial version of the image matching system since it seems unlikely that I will be able to build off of an existing system. My partial implementation will not have any region separation and will use the simple Harr wavelet decomposition. It will however do a hierarchical decomposition that will produce a multi-part signature from which one can separate detail from overall shape.
* I decided to implement a partial version of the image matching system since it seems unlikely that I will be able to build off of an existing system. My partial implementation will not have any region separation and will use the simple Harr wavelet decomposition. It will however do a hierarchical decomposition that will produce a multi-part signature from which one can separate detail from overall shape.
* Today I implemented my HSV color class.
* Today I implemented my HSV color class.
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== November 19 ==
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* Tried to make a test program to get some image transforms working but was unable to get the program to link against the Imagemagick dynamic libraries.
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* Spent the rest of the day trying to get ImageMagick working.
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== November 20 ==
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* Wasted the entire day trying to get ImageMagick to work and link to programs.
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* Tried building ImageMagick from source with little luck.

Revision as of 02:39, 21 November 2007

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October 29

I have been considering two possible image handling frameworks for the software portion of my project: ImageMagick and ImageJ. Both seem to have very well documented APIs and modular structures. I have installed ImageMagick from source in my home directory on quark, and I have ImageJ on my own machine. (My machine has an old version of ImageMagick on it as it turns out.) I will be trying-out these two frameworks to see which one best fits my project.

ImageMagick

ImageJ

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