1 | initial version |

ksize - si the size of the window, not the entire matrix. i.e. 17x17, 21x21, ... always odd number. lambda - wavelenght, the thickness of the wave. can be 10, 15, 20, 30 or whatever you want. sigma - standard deviation. it's defined like X*lambda, 0< X < 1. But you also can asign any number. theta - is the orientation (in degrees) of your filter. can be 0 to 360. gamma - is de width of the wave (elipticity). between 0.02 and 1. 1 is round, 0.02 is practically a line. psi - is the offset of phase(in degrees). can be 0, 90, -90, 180, -180. if you want the wave to process the image as it. is, you should asign 0. ktype - is CvType.CV_32F or CvType.CV_64F.

2 | No.2 Revision |

~~ksize ~~**ksize** - si the size of the window, not the entire matrix. i.e. 17x17, 21x21, ... always odd ~~number.
lambda ~~number.

**lambda** - wavelenght, the thickness of the wave. can be 10, 15, 20, 30 or whatever you ~~want.
sigma ~~want.

**sigma** - standard deviation. it's defined like X*lambda, 0< X < 1. But you also can asign any ~~number.
theta ~~number.

**theta** - is the orientation (in degrees) of your filter. can be 0 to 360.

~~gamma ~~**gamma** - is de width of the wave (elipticity). between 0.02 and 1. 1 is round, 0.02 is practically a ~~line.
psi ~~line.

**psi** - is the offset of phase(in degrees). can be 0, 90, -90, 180, -180. if you want the wave to process the image as it. is, you should asign ~~0.
ktype ~~0.

**ktype** - is CvType.CV_32F or CvType.CV_64F.

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