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<span>Computer Vision Assignment by Felix Niklas</span>
- <span class="right">18 Oct 2012</span>
+ <span class="right">21 Oct 2012</span>
</header>
<article>
<h1>Edge Detection</h1>
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I like how jQuery makes DOM-interactions simple. Because of that I'd like to solve this assignment building a similar library.
It should look like this:
</p>
- <pre>π('test.png').grayscale().convolve([0,1,0,1,1,1,0,1,0]).appendTo('body');</pre>
+ <pre>imageVision('test.png').convolve([0,1,0,1,1,1,0,1,0]).appendTo('body');</pre>
<p>
- Chaining is simple with javascript – you just have to return <code>this</code> in every function.
+ Chaining is simple with javascript – you only have to return <code>this</code> in every function.
</p>
<p>
The challenge is that we read out pixels of an image and images aren't there instantly – we first have to load them.
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On my machine I see <i>seperately</i> as minimal slower then combined. Also – my result is dissorted
- because I put the 3x1 filter into a 3x3 matrix since my code can't handle 1x3 matrices.
+ because I put the 3x1 filter into a 3x3 matrix since my code can't handle 3x1 matrices.
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</article>
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