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Re: octave imaging

From: Stefan van der Walt
Subject: Re: octave imaging
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 11:56:39 +0200
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I would be glad to put some work into getting the imaging functions working properly. I have most of the code written already: we just need to decide on a standard before I go ahead.


Andy Adler wrote:

We could change to the Matlab way of handling images, but
  - I find it counterintuitive (if a matrix is uint8 then a value
    of 128 means one thing, if the matrix is double, then 0.5 has the
    same semantics)

  - We'll end up breaking lots of old octave code

On the other hand, the octave-forge imaging functions are somewhat
inconsistent, and could do with a re-write anyway.



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