Vision Reference, Data, and Programming Resources
- A good vision software library in C/C++ is
library, also available as a (possibly obsolete) local download.
Matlab has a good
image processing toolbox. A Matlab primer
can help you start if you don't know this easy language.
You can find many other tutorials on the Web.
a very convenient, free image viewer for Windows. For Unix, use xv
(installed on the CS machines as /usr/local/X/bin/xv).
computer vision home page at CMU links to practically everything in computer
vision. This includes code, images,
and web pages of computer vision groups. This page nearly makes all the
bullets below redundant.
- The VXL
home page describes another popular image processing and computer vision
library written in C++.
is "The Evolving, Distributed,
Non-Proprietary, On-Line Compendium of Computer Vision." An impressive
collection of hypertext summaries on the central topics in computer vision.
- The Duke
Libraries subscribe to several Computer Vision journals electronically.
Links (that work from Duke computers) can be found through their e-journals
subpage (search for "computer vision" or "pattern
analysis"). Some titles to look for are the International Journal on
Computer Vision; the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and
Machine Intelligence; Computer Vision and Image Understanding; Computer
Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing; Image and Vision Computing.