Framewave 1.2

Framewave is a free and open-source collection of popular image and signal processing routines.

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LICENSE TYPE:
The Apache License 2.0 
USER RATING:
3.8/5 19
DEVELOPED BY:
The Framewave Group
HOMEPAGE:
framewave.sourceforge.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Programming \ Debuggers
Framewave is a free and open-source collection of popular image and signal processing routines designed to accelerate application development, debugging, multi-threading and optimization on x86-class processor platforms.

Framewave is derived from the AMD Performance Library.

Framewave revolutionizes the way silicon manufacturers deliver performance and optimization tools to software developers. Sponsored by AMD, the open-source Framewave project offers developers unparalleled, code-level access to a vast array of arithmetic, signal- and image-processing functions and routines.

For Contributors

Although sponsored by AMD, the Framewave project is very much an open-source venture. While AMD will continue to participate in and contribute to the project, third-party developers are welcome and encouraged to implement all or part of the code base and/or to create derivative works.

In addition, the Framewave Group has established sensible guidelines and processes to grant key contributors with 'commit' privileges.

Here are some key features of "Framewave":

Signal processing

� Essential Vector Calculation (Add, Sub, Or, Xor, etc.)
� Fixed Accuracy Arithmetic (Inverse, Divide, Ln, etc.)
� Vector Initialization Tasks (Copy, Move, etc.)
� Domain Transform (Multiplication of vectors, etc.)

Image processing.

� Arithmetic and Logic operations (Add, Sub, Or, etc.)
� Digital Filter Functions (Box Filter, Sobel Filter, etc.)
� Color Model Conversion (RGBToYUV, RGBToYCbCr, etc.)
� Threshold & Compare
� Morphologic Operations
� Geometric Operations

Video processing.

� H.264 Decoder
� H.264 Inverse Transform
� H.264 Reconstruction
� H.264 Intra-predict
� H.264 Interpolation
� Motion Compensation
� Motion Estimation
� MPEG-1:Decoder, Inverse DCT, Inverse Quantization, Reconstruction of DCT block, Variable Lenght decoding
� MPEG-2:Decoder, Inverse DCT, Inverse Quantization, Reconstruction of DCT block, Variable Length decoding

JPEG processing.

� JPEG Color Conversion
� JPEG Sampling
� JPEG Level Shift, Planar-to-Pixel and Pixel-to-Planar
� Quantization and Combined DCT
� Huffman Codec.

Last updated on September 3rd, 2008

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