The CerVIM Seminars, Université Laval are held on Fridays at 11:00 a.m.
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Frédéric Jean

VIPERS: a Video and Image Processing Environment for Real-time Systems


Image and video processing often imply writing programs in a rapid prototyping environment like Matlab. The development of these programs can be time consuming since it is the result of the trial and organization of many different algorithms. Moreover, those programs are usually slow since they are written in an interpreted language.

In this seminar we will present the Video and Image Processing Environment for Real-time System (VIPERS), an environment that can be used to quickly design a real-time image and video processing system. For a relatively simple system, the design can be achieved without programming in a graphical user interface, and the results of the processing can be shown in real-time. Many different algorithms can then be quickly tried in order to obtain the organization that gives the best results. The environment is easy to use and is extensible using its C++ plug-ins architecture. Thus this facilitates the design of complex systems.

The VIPERS environment and its general functioning will be presented, as well as some possible applications.

The CVSL seminars are held on Fridays at 11:30 a.m. in room PLT-2783.


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