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learning image reconstruction using C++

Posted 29 January 2013 - 12:06 AM


I am a beginner of image reconstruction and C++. I would like to know how could I learn to reconstruct image using C++ and also how to get sinogram using C++?
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Re: learning image reconstruction using C++

Posted 29 January 2013 - 12:09 PM

OpenCV is a library that does a lot of image processing. It's probably what you are looking for, but it won't teach you image reconstruction or C++.

Basically image processing is language agnostic, it's the techniques that count. On the other hand, C++ is a programming language that is agnostic of what application you apply it towards. By melding the two you can get what you want, but it will involve a lot of concerted study if you want to learn both.

But if you are just after learning just enough C++ so that you can call OpenCV functions/methods, then you can succeed at your goal of getting image reconstruction to work, but not at the goal of learning image reconstruction or C++.

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