We supply an image sequence and you write an edge detector,
in Java, that outputs color edges.
The algorithm we are interested in is described in the attached paper, however, we would entertain
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Contains sample images and a paper.
We are seeking single-pixel width wide edges based on the diffraction orders. Generally, there will be a zeroth
order and positive and negative orders of diffraction.
The image sequence must "track". That is to say, the edges inside of each image must be diffraction edges
(i.e., tracking, though not generally straight edges). This enables exploitation of intra-frame coherence.
More over, it will help the algorithm to exploit prior edges in order to
exploit inter-frame coherence.
This MUST be written in Java. You MUST be a Java programmer.
If you are going to offer to do this in MatLab...or C, or C++, please do not bother to bid.
I need to see that you have done prior jobs, in Java, and finished them with good ratings.
This is a MILESTONE based project.
Bids higher than the max are considered non-responsive.
Do not expect full payment in advance.
The calibration wedge is a good place to start, so that you can see a nice linear target. Most
targets will not be linear cooperative targets, like the wedge.