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common:mvprmatlab [2009/10/01 09:51]
jkamarai created
common:mvprmatlab [2011/09/02 12:04] (current)
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 +==== MVPR Matlab ====
 This is a standard module every MVPR member should checkout before starting to work with Matlab. It may surprise you what there is ready for you. Typically M-files come there from some project and every file should contain information about the project and the original authors. You are welcome to edit files, but be very careful if you will change the interface (not recommended) or severely change the algorithm. This is a standard module every MVPR member should checkout before starting to work with Matlab. It may surprise you what there is ready for you. Typically M-files come there from some project and every file should contain information about the project and the original authors. You are welcome to edit files, but be very careful if you will change the interface (not recommended) or severely change the algorithm.
  
 +=== Download ===
 +You may fetch the matlab scripts by running
 <​code>​ svn co https://​www2.it.lut.fi/​svn/​mvpr/​mvprmatlab/​trunk mvprmatlab </​code>​ <​code>​ svn co https://​www2.it.lut.fi/​svn/​mvpr/​mvprmatlab/​trunk mvprmatlab </​code>​
  
 +=== Usage ===
 +MVPRMatlab provides many useful features, such as:
 +  * Image feature extraction (SIFT, Hessian-Affine,​ ...) via binaries or VL_Feat
 +  * A wide variety of plotting functions
 +  * Homography toolbox for estimation of transformation
 +  * Image sequence (movie) reading (via FFMPEG/​LIBAV) and viewing with Matlab (VIP)
 +  * Image transformations
 +  * Gabor filter toolbox
 +  * Image annotation tool
 +
 +=== Other ===
 Note, that the functions are mainly collected and re-named from the sub directories of the old CVS module **CVS:​itlab/​itmatlab/​** Putting them into one directory helps their usage in projects (only a single addpath). Note, that the functions are mainly collected and re-named from the sub directories of the old CVS module **CVS:​itlab/​itmatlab/​** Putting them into one directory helps their usage in projects (only a single addpath).