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 37  * Date    :  $Date: 2004/08/06 15:04:58 $         37  * Date    :  $Date: 2004/08/06 15:04:58 $
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 39  * CVS Id  :  $Id: imgSeq_slice.h,v 1.5 2004/0     39  * CVS Id  :  $Id: imgSeq_slice.h,v 1.5 2004/08/06 15:04:58 paul Exp $
 40  *                                                 40  *
 41  * Notes : sequence logic headers                  41  * Notes : sequence logic headers
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 46 #ifndef TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR                     46 #ifndef TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR
 47 #define TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR                     47 #define TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR
 48                                                    48 
 49 #include <tina/sys/sysDef.h>                       49 #include <tina/sys/sysDef.h>
 50 #include <tina/math/mathDef.h>                     50 #include <tina/math/mathDef.h>
 51 #include <tina/image/imgDef.h>                     51 #include <tina/image/imgDef.h>
 52                                                    52 
 53 #ifdef __cplusplus                                 53 #ifdef __cplusplus
 54 extern "C" {                                       54 extern "C" {
 55 #endif /* __cplusplus */                           55 #endif /* __cplusplus */
 56                                                    56 
 57 void ***seq_limits(int *lz, int *uz, int *ly,      57 void ***seq_limits(int *lz, int *uz, int *ly, int *uy, int *lx, int *ux);
 58 void seq_voxel_vtype(Vartype vtype);               58 void seq_voxel_vtype(Vartype vtype);
 59 void seq_init_interp(int nblx, int nbux, int n     59 void seq_init_interp(int nblx, int nbux, int nbly, int nbuy, int nblz, int nbuz);
 60 float this_pixel(void ***rasptrs, int z, int y     60 float this_pixel(void ***rasptrs, int z, int y, int x);
 61 float seq_interp(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos);       61 float seq_interp(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos);
 62 float nearest_pixel(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos)     62 float nearest_pixel(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos);
 63 float tri_linear(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos);       63 float tri_linear(void ***rasptrs, Vec3 pos);
 64 int seq_interp_choice(int choice);                 64 int seq_interp_choice(int choice);
 65 Imrect * seq_slicez(float zslice, Imregion *wi     65 Imrect * seq_slicez(float zslice, Imregion *within, Vec3(*proj_func)( ));
 66 Imrect * seq_slicey(float slicey, Imregion *wi     66 Imrect * seq_slicey(float slicey, Imregion *within, Vec3(*proj_func)( ));
 67 Imrect * seq_slicex(float slicex, Imregion *wi     67 Imrect * seq_slicex(float slicex, Imregion *within, Vec3(*proj_func)( ));
 68 int get_end_frame(Sequence *seq);                  68 int get_end_frame(Sequence *seq);
 69 void ***seq_slice_init(Sequence *seq);             69 void ***seq_slice_init(Sequence *seq);
 70 void ***imptrs_swap(void ***imptrs_new);           70 void ***imptrs_swap(void ***imptrs_new);
 71                                                    71 
 72                                                    72 
 73 #ifdef __cplusplus                                 73 #ifdef __cplusplus
 74 }                                                  74 }
 75 #endif /* __cplusplus */                           75 #endif /* __cplusplus */
 76                                                    76 
 77 #endif /* TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR */                77 #endif /* TINA_IMG_SEQ_SLICE_HDR */
 78                                                    78 

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