The general answer is: Yes, of course this is interesting. However,
please keep in mind that many research papers might not be easily
implementable into GIMP in one summer. Many computer vision papers
present conceptual ideas rather than algorithms productively usable by
an end user.
Therefore my suggestion would be to pick one of your suggested
papers, create a paragraph or two on what you want to do and propose
it to this mailing list. This way, people who are familiar with the
concretely affected parts of the GIMP code can tell you what is
doable and how.
On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Irena Damsky <irena.dam...@gmail.com> wrote:
> would appreciate a reaction,
> On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 11:02 PM, Irena Damsky <irena.dam...@gmail.com>
>> Hi all,
>> I'm a Msc student of CS in the Inter diceplinery center in Herzliya,
>> my main interests are image proccesing, image manipulation, computational
>> photography and 2nd computer graphics.
>> from the list of suggested ideas for the GIMP GSoC I saw that the main
>> project suggestions are mainly for GUI and stuff like that,
>> are there any project idea's that involve image manipulation?
>> for example, there had been papers on "gradient domain editing", such as
>> http://www.cs.tau.ac.il/~tommer/extra/adv-graphics/pie2003.pdf and I wonder,
>> can something like this, or like "colorization by example" such as
>> or "natural colorization" such as
>> can something like that become a GSoC project?
>> Thank you!
>> Irena Damsky
>> you can also find me on MSN: ira_dam...@hotmail.com
>> Smile! and the world will smile with you!
>> Cry! and you'll cry alone...
> Irena Damsky
> you can also find me on MSN: ira_dam...@hotmail.com
> Smile! and the world will smile with you!
> Cry! and you'll cry alone...
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