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how to use cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve in opencv?

asked 2015-12-25 12:04:39 -0500

junyan gravatar image

I would like to implement a convolution between an image and a kernel, somewhat like MATLAB conv2(img, kernel,'same'), which indicates that the result image is the same size as the original image.

Before, I use filter2d, like: filter2D(source, dest, img.depth(), kernel, anchor, 0, borderMode);

However, filter2D is a little bit slow when dealing with large images. That's why I think cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve might be a little bit faster.

I read the documentation of cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve

virtual void cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve    (   InputArray  image,
InputArray      templ,
OutputArray     result,
bool            ccorr = false,
Stream &        stream = Stream::Null() 
)

I am a little bit confused, does the word 'template image' equals to kernel? Also there seems no way to choose the size of the result image (which I would like the result image to be the same size as the original one) and border mode, unlike filter2D.

Really hope there is a cuda::filter2D version.......

So could cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve do what I want? If cv::cuda::Convolution::convolve function really can't work for my purpose, then how to use this function?

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answered 2015-12-25 15:45:31 -0500

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updated 2015-12-25 15:47:52 -0500

You first have to construct a Convolution object using the template size you want to use (or don't and it will resize, but it will be slightly slower):

Ptr<cuda::Convolution> convolver = cuda::createConvolution(Size(11, 11));

Then you can use it on whatever image you want:

convolver->convolve(inputImg, kernel, outputImg);

It's also always the same size as the input.

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Thank you for replying! And how to choose the template size? Or just using the kernel size?^_^

junyan gravatar imagejunyan ( 2015-12-25 15:52:21 -0500 )edit

Yeah that's just the kernel size

Brandon212 gravatar imageBrandon212 ( 2015-12-25 15:55:08 -0500 )edit

it is changing result image's size : "Result image. If image is W x H and templ is w x h, then result must be W-w+1 x H-h+1." how can we do some padding setup on this operation.

shadowpro67 gravatar imageshadowpro67 ( 2017-09-04 08:10:06 -0500 )edit

Anyone know how to implement this method in Python?

mhtsf gravatar imagemhtsf ( 2020-04-02 10:40:26 -0500 )edit

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