A report that I should post week ago

June 29, 2010 at 9:29 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Here is a little summary of the project based on doc/stitch.txt file.
p – line options
w various widths are used during tests
h various heights are used during tests
f almost all projection formats are tested
P optional parameters for some projections – only defaults are used
v horizontal field of view of panorama – tested
n most important Panorama file formats are tested (only for f1 as input)
u not tested (default:10)
k not tested
b not tested
d not tested

o – line options
f f0 f1 f2 f3 are tested
v horizontal field of view of image
y various yaw angle are given in input images
p various pitch angle are given in input images
r various roll angle are given in input images
a,b,c lens correction coefficients are tested (for f0 and f2)
d,e initial lens offset are tested (for f0 and f2)
g,t initial lens shear are tested (for f0 and f2)
Tx,Ty,Tz,Ts not tested
+buf, -buf obsolete, not tested
S Selection, f2 has input images with S option, (no separate test for
this option)
C Crop (no separate test for this option)
m,mx,my,s obsolete, not tested

m – line options
g gamma, not tested
i interpolators, all are tested (separate from cmake)
f Invoke Faster Transformation, not tested

Changes that I made to the project in this two weeks:
– preparation for parser testing (I made some functions in code more modular, so
it would be easier to use and combine them)
– improved documentation and added some comments
– removed interpolators test from cmake testing process
– parameters tests don’t need anymore separate files (now they are generated
automatically)
– added functionality to add custom tests
– code improvements
– other less important changes

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