2011/12/9 Stéfan van der Walt <stefan(a)sun.ac.za>:
> We'll probably borrow heavily from cpmath where we can. Since you
> have a lot of experience with this stuff, your feedback is appreciated
> (because, in the end, it would be great if you guys could actually use
> these tools!).
That's certainly our hope, as well. We'd like to be able to trim down
CP as well as take advantage of a more widely deployed and therefore
(hopefully) better-tested codebase.
While we're on the subject of measuring objects...
You might consider supporting overlapping segmentations, using an ijk
(ij=position, k=label) scheme. This has started to become necessary
for many of our experiments, and we're starting down the road of
making all the feature measurements compatible with this labeling
scheme. This is the sort of thing to add earlier rather than later,
though I think Lee has some code to wrap a feature measurement
function in the non-overlapping style to make it ijk-compatible (by
looping over noninteracting sets of labels in the ijk matrix).