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Francesco Callari
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Checkerboards!
Two days ago I wrote the umpteenth Stack Overflow reply about detecting and matching a checkerboard-like calibration target in an image. The reply mentioned an often-rediscovered algorithm for indexing the detected target corner features into a 2D array iso...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 6.0: Skeres 0.99 is released
This is the seventh installment of a  series  documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on  github . Skeres 0.99 is released As hinted in my previous post, this one is to announce the release...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 5.0: Autodiffin'it with spire
This is the sixth installment of a  series  documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on  github . Autodiffin'it with spire One of the most useful features of the Ceres solver is its support ...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 4.2: Hello World, a brief note on speed
This is the sixth installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Hello World, A Brief Note on Speed We all know how, in computer science, speed is often reporte...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 4.1: Hello World explained
This is the fifth installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Hello World Explained In this post I'll go through the nontrivial parts of my first SWIG wrap o...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 4.0: Hello World
This is the fourth installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Hello World We are now ready for our first-cut SWIG wrap of the ceres-solver library. The code...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 4.0: Hello World
This is the fourth installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Hello World We are now ready for our first-cut SWIG wrap of the ceres-solver library. The code...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 3.0: Who owns what?
This is the third installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Who owns what? The pesky issue of memory management rears its head whenever code must cross the...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 2.0
This is the second installment of a series documenting my progress on porting the Ceres solver API to Scala. All my sources quoted below are available on github . Swigging' callbacks Using SWIG to build most (hopefully all) the JNI wrapping code used to cal...

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On calling Ceres from Scala - 0.0 What? This is the first item of a multipart series on my experience of porting the Ceres Solver Library to the Scala programming language. This is still a work in progress, and I intend to document here my work notes, desig...
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