1 TINA5 DOCUMENTATION
8 Most of the documentation is maintainned on the TINA website
9 (www.tina-vision.net). In particular, the doxygen code
10 browser on the software page parses the inlined comments
11 (as described in the tina-cpolicy.txt document) into a
12 (somewhat) cohesive whole.
14 The TINA Memo system (www.tina-vision.net/docs/memos.php)
15 contains many internal memos and preprints of published papers
16 describing the algorithmic functionality from a theoretical
17 point of view, and also experimental results. It also
18 contains several technical memos of interest: the Tina User's
19 Guide, Programmer's Guide, and Programmer's Reference Guide.
20 These describe in practical terms how to use the various
21 algorithms in TINA and how the code is written. All three
22 are available for download, and can also be viewed online
23 from the software page.
25 If you just want to use TINA, you should at least read the
26 User's guide, although it would be wise to read any memos
27 available on the particular functionality you are interested
28 in. If you want to begin programming using TINA, then the
29 README and the Programmer's Guide will provide you with a
30 starting point. The Programmer's Reference Guide contains
31 more detailed information on the specifics of the code, and
32 will be useful if you intend to modify existing functionality.
33 Finally, if you ever intend to submit your code back to the
34 libraries, then you should probably read the tina-cpolicy.txt
35 document distributed with the libraries.
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