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These are the pages by suggested reading order:
Basic programming in QVision
. This section details how to create a simple QVision application from zero.
The QVImage class
section explains the basics of the QVision class for image objects.
Image and video input/output
section reviews the image and video input/output functionality.
Image processing functionality
describes the main image processing functionality included with the QVision.
Matrices and vectors
reviews the most common operations available for matrices and vectors in the QVision.
Interoperability: using the QVision with other libraries.
Interoperability with the GSL library
section details how to interoperate with functions of the GSL, with the QVision data types.
Interoperability with the IPP library
section details the image processing functionality based on the IPP library.
Interoperability with OpenCV
section describes how to use functionality from the OpenCV library in a QVision application.
Interoperability with Octave
section indicates how to use functions from the Octave library with the QVision matrices and vectors.
Block oriented application development
Creating the first block-oriented application
explains how to create the first simple block oriented application.
An advanced block-oriented example
. This section offers an advanced block programming example with multiple processing blocks.
Creating custom processing blocks
section describes how to create custom processing blocks, and add them to the block-oriented application.
reviews the block synchronization techniques in detail.
Graphical user interface
. This section lists QVision input/output graphical blocks.
Command line parameters
. This section details command line parameters of block-oriented applications.
The Designer GUI
section explains the usage of the designer GUI. A visual block-oriented application builder.
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