GPU and CPU implementation of Young - Van Vliet's Recursive Gaussian Smoothing Filter
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This document describes an implementation for GPU and CPU of Young and Van Vliet's recursive Gaussian smoothing as an external module for the Insight Toolkit ITK, version 4.* www.itk.org. In the absence of an OpenCL-capable platform, the code will run the CPU implementation as an alternative to the existing Deriche recursive Gaussian smoothing filter in ITK.
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Categories: Blurring filters, Parallelization, SMP
Keywords: GPU, OpenCL, Recursive Gaussian Smoothing
Toolkits: ITK, CMake
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