Iterative Radial Voting

Background:

Iterrative Radial Voting is an advanced image processing algorithm, initially developed by the Imaing and Informatics Lab at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for the inference of structural saliency and characterization of subcellular events.

An example of kernel topology and radial object localization is illustrated as follows,

Description:

This project is developed and distributed as a plug-in for ImageJ, which contains:

  • Source code (C++) of the iterative radial voting (Details can be found in this publication)  ;
  • Wrappers for different operating systems; and
  • Data for testing (specifically, cell colonies imaged by bright-field microscopy)

Installation:

Before installation, make sure ImageJ is installed on your system.

  • Linux:
    • make subdirectory in ”ImageJ folder/plugins” named ”LBL”.
    • copy ”Radial Voting LBNL.jar” into ”LBL” folder.
    • copy ”libcvnativelib.so” to java library path, or add the location of this file to java library pathes.
  • Windows:
    • make subdirectory in ”ImageJ folderplugins” named ”LBL”.
    • copy ”Radial Voting LBNL.jar” into ”LBL” folder.
    • copy ”cvnativelib.dll” to windows system path, or add the location of this file to windows library path.
  • Mac:
    • make subdirectory in ”ImageJ folderplugins” named ”LBL”.
    • copy ”Radial Voting LBNL.jar” into ”LBL” folder.
    • copy ”libcvnativelib.jnilib” to ”/LIbrary/Java/Extensions”.

Usage:

Please refer to readme.pdf for the usage of this project.

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