Unified Image Processing Framework

Ronny Hänsch       Ludmilla Brandt, Carsten Brandt, Marcus Zepp

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

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This program provides a framework for Image Processing allowing you to split your processing chain into independent, reuseable modules which can also be run stand alone as well as in complex processing chains. It comes with a Graphical Processing Chain Editor and also a console interface for running the processing chains and modules.


UIPF - Unified Image Processing Framework
The UIPF framework provides an easy way to include your image processing tools in complex processing chains.

The documentation can be found in the /doc directory. Check the README.md file there for an overview.
The framework was tested using Ubuntu 14.04 64-Bit, and the following libraries:
- yaml-cpp, will be built by cmake
- Boost serialisation, needs to be available on the system
- Boost program-options
- Boost graph
- Qt 5, at least 5.3

Code on github


UIPF - Unified Image Processing Framework (c) 2015, Carsten Brandt, Ludmilla Brandt, Marcus Zepp and contributors.

UIPF is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the BSD 2-clause License.

UIPF is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the LICENSE file for the license terms and more details.