[Haskell-cafe] Haskell libraries for computer vision
aruiz at um.es
Thu Nov 1 06:59:44 EDT 2007
I have included in the web page a reference to this earlier work, in which all
the key ideas were already present. For example, using ordinary Haskell
functions to process an infinite list containing the whole image sequence
taken by the camera... We can write extremely concise and powerful "camera
combinators". Haskell is amazing.
On Tuesday 16 October 2007 16:11, Paul Hudak wrote:
> Henning Thielemann wrote:
> > On Mon, 15 Oct 2007, Don Stewart wrote:
> >> http://alberrto.googlepages.com/easyvision
> >> "An experimental Haskell system for fast prototyping of computer
> >> vision and image processing applications."
> >> Looks ridiculously cool.
> > Image processing with Haskell - really interesting.
> > I know of an older approach:
> > "Prototyping Real-Time Vision Systems: An Experiment in DSL Design"
> > by Alastair Reid et.al.
> Yes, see:
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