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Old 09-03-2003, 07:12 PM
Ken Asbury
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Default Re: image in image search

"Andreas" <reiff(remove_me)@amo.de> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> Hello!
>
> I am trying to implement an algorithm which is supposed to find the best
> match of a given (small) image in a larger image.
>
> I have thought about a few (naive) ways of implementation, and recently have
> been pointed at FT and wavelets, which - if applicable - sound rather
> interesting for my problem.
>
> So I was wondering whether you can give me any tips on whether using those
> transformations makes sense, and also - if you know about these matters as
> well - how well such an algorithm can be parallelized (as I am going to
> implement the algorithm on a few FPGAs), or if there may be approaches which
> are better suited.
>
> Best regards and thx for any answers,
>
> Andreas


FT and wavelet algorithms can easily be run in parallel on successive
lines of a scanned image. Some of the other algorithms used in
further compressing the image might be less well adapted to parallel
processing but they usually consume a lesser portion of your compute
budget.

Regards,
Ken Asbury
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