Generic Image Processing with Climb

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Abstract

We present Climb, an experimental generic image processing library written in Common Lisp. Most image processing libraries are developed in static languages such as C or C++ (often for performance reasons). The motivation behind Climb is to provide an alternative view of the same domainfrom the perspective of dynamic languages. More preciselythe main goal of Climb is to explore the dynamic way(s) of addressing the question of genericity, while applying the research to a concrete domain. Although still a prototypeClimb already features several levels of genericity and ships with a set of built-in algorithms as well as means to combine them.

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@InProceedings{	  senta.12.els,
  author	= {Laurent Senta and Christopher Chedeau and Didier Verna},
  title		= {Generic Image Processing with {C}limb},
  booktitle	= {European Lisp Symposium},
  doi		= {10.5281/zenodo.3248934},
  year		= 2012,
  address	= {Zadar, Croatia},
  month		= may,
  abstract	= {We present Climb, an experimental generic image processing
		  library written in Common Lisp. Most image processing
		  libraries are developed in static languages such as C or
		  C++ (often for performance reasons). The motivation behind
		  Climb is to provide an alternative view of the same domain,
		  from the perspective of dynamic languages. More precisely,
		  the main goal of Climb is to explore the dynamic way(s) of
		  addressing the question of genericity, while applying the
		  research to a concrete domain. Although still a prototype,
		  Climb already features several levels of genericity and
		  ships with a set of built-in algorithms as well as means to
		  combine them.}
}