Addressing System-Level Optimization with OpenVX Graphs
During the performance optimization of a computer vision system, developers frequently run into platform-level inefficiencies and bottlenecks that can not be addressed by traditional methods. OpenVX is designed to address such system-level issues by means of a graph-based computation model. This approach differs from the traditional acceleration of one-off functions, and exposes optimization possibilities that might not be available or obvious with traditional computer vision libraries such as OpenCV.
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