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A C++ computer vision library

Vision with Generic Algorithms (VIGRA) is a computer vision library that puts its main emphasis on flexible algorithms, because algorithms represent the principle know-how of this field. The library was consequently built using generic programming as introduced by Stepanov and Musser and exemplified in the C++ Standard Template Library. By writing a few adapters (image iterators and accessors) you can use VIGRA's algorithms on top of your data structures, within your environment.
Package version:1.5.0-1.1


VIGRA Computer Vision Library, Version 1.5.0

                Copyright 1998-2001 by Ullrich Koethe
       Cognitive Systems Group, University of Hamburg, Germany

    This file is part of the VIGRA computer vision library.
    You may use, modify, and distribute this software according
    to the terms stated in the LICENSE.txt file included in


libvigraimpex (1.5.0-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Rename libvigraimpex2 for the ldbl128 transition (Closes: #430309).

 -- Luk Claes <>  Sat, 02 Feb 2008 14:56:45 +0000

libvigraimpex (1.5.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release. Several additions and improvements. Bug
    fixes in code and documentation. Improved the Image Import/Export



        [ [1]VIGRA Homepage | [2]Class Index | [3]Function Index | [4]File
                                                    Index | [5]Main Page ]

   [6]details Credits and Changelog [7]VIGRA

     * [8]Ullrich K�the originated and wrote the library.
     * Mikhail Amchislavsky ([9] contributed code to
       read and write PNM files.
     * Hans Meine ([10]hans


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