# Can I replace this interpolate function with the one offered by opencv?

I'm have this function taken from here:

bool interpolate(const Mat &im, float ofsx, float ofsy, float a11, float a12, float a21, float a22, Mat &res)
{
bool ret = false;
// input size (-1 for the safe bilinear interpolation)
const int width = im.cols-1;
const int height = im.rows-1;
// output size
const int halfWidth  = res.cols >> 1;
const int halfHeight = res.rows >> 1;
int dim = res.rows * res.cols;
float *out = res.ptr<float>(0);
for (int j=-halfHeight; j<=halfHeight; ++j)
{
const float rx = ofsx + j * a12;
const float ry = ofsy + j * a22;
#pragma omp simd
for(int i=-halfWidth; i<=halfWidth; ++i)
{
float wx = rx + i * a11;
float wy = ry + i * a21;
const int x = (int) floor(wx);
const int y = (int) floor(wy);
if (x >= 0 && y >= 0 && x < width && y < height)
{
// compute weights
wx -= x; wy -= y;
// bilinear interpolation
*out++ =
(1.0f - wy) * ((1.0f - wx) * im.at<float>(y,x)   + wx * im.at<float>(y,x+1)) +
(       wy) * ((1.0f - wx) * im.at<float>(y+1,x) + wx * im.at<float>(y+1,x+1));
} else {
*out++ = 0;
ret =  true; // touching boundary of the input
}
}
}
return ret;
}


I don't know what interpolation is in details, but looking at this opencv page, it seems that it's a bilinear interpolation using INTER_LINEAR. The point is that I don't know how to call an equivalent opencv function for the code above.

This function is called in two different points here.

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