[Numpy-discussion] Bilateral filter

Zachary Pincus zachary.pincus@yale....
Sun Mar 1 16:23:02 CST 2009

> 2009/3/1 Zachary Pincus <zachary.pincus@yale.edu>:
>> Dag, the cython person who seems to deal with the numpy stuff, had
>> this to say:
>>> - cimport and import are different things; you need both.
>>> - The "dimensions" field is in Cython renamed "shape" to be closer
>>> to the Python interface. This is done in Cython/Includes/numpy.pxd
> Thanks for following up.  I made the fixes in:
> http://github.com/stefanv/bilateral.git

Cool! Does this, out of curiosity, break things for you? (Or Nadav?)

> I think we should combine all these image processing algorithms (and
> the ones you sent to the list) into an image processing scikit.  We've
> certainly got enough algorithms lying around!
> If you think that's a good idea, I'll set it up this coming week.

I'm all for it. I've got a few other bits lying around that might be  
good there too:
  - 2D iso-contour finding (sub-pixel precision)
  - 2D image warping via thin-plate splines

I also have some code for various geometric algorithms lying around:
  - calculating optimal rigid alignments of point-sets ("Procrustes  
  - line intersections, closest points to lines, distance to lines, etc.

if that would be of any use to anyone.


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