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How to use lambda as a parameter to parallel_for_

asked 2015-07-08 07:42:21 -0500

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Is it possible to pass the functor to parallel_for_ as a lambda?

cv::parallel_for_(cv::Range(0, X), [&] (const cv::Range & r) {
    for (int index = r.start; index != r.end; ++index) {
        // do work
    }
});

The above code fails to compile:

..\src\test.cpp: In function 'int main()':
..\src\test.cpp:29:3: error: invalid initialization of reference of type 'const cv::ParallelLoopBody&' from expression of type 'main()::<lambda(const cv::Range&)>'
C:\opencv\build\include/opencv2/core/core.hpp:4787:17: error: in passing argument 2 of 'void cv::parallel_for_(const cv::Range&, const cv::ParallelLoopBody&, double)'

I'd like to capture local variables.

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answered 2017-02-28 16:54:35 -0500

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You need to implement a sort of adapter pattern because cv::parallel_for_ is not a template method so the implementation could be like this:

class LambdaBody : public cv::ParallelLoopBody {    
public:
    typedef void(*LambdaParallelLoopBody)(const cv::Range & range);
    LambdaBody(LambdaParallelLoopBody body){
        _body = body;
    }

    void operator() (const cv::Range & range) const
    {
        _body(range);
    }    
private:
    LambdaParallelLoopBody _body;
};

and then call it like this

cv::parallel_for_(cv::Range(0, 10), LambdaBody([&](const cv::Range & range){
        std::cout << range.start << " - " << range.end << std::endl;
    }));

hope it works for you!

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