[][src]Struct arrayfire::Features

pub struct Features { /* fields omitted */ }

A set of Array objects (usually, used in Computer vision context)

Features struct is used by computer vision functions to return the outcome of their operation. Typically, such output has the following Arrays:

Sharing Across Threads

While sharing this object with other threads, there is no need to wrap this in an Arc object unless only one such object is required to exist. The reason being that ArrayFire's internal details that are pointed to by the features handle are appropriately reference counted in thread safe manner. However, if these features are to be edited, then please do wrap the object using a Mutex or Read-Write lock.


impl Features[src]

pub fn new(n: u64) -> Self[src]

Create and return an object of type Features

This object is basically a bunch of Arrays.

pub fn num_features(&self) -> i64[src]

Get total number of features found

pub fn xpos(&self) -> Array<f32>[src]

Get x coordinates Array

pub fn ypos(&self) -> Array<f32>[src]

Get y coordinates Array

pub fn score(&self) -> Array<f32>[src]

Get score Array

pub fn orientation(&self) -> Array<f32>[src]

Get orientation Array

pub fn size(&self) -> Array<f32>[src]

Get features size Array

pub unsafe fn get(&self) -> af_features[src]

Get the internal handle for Features object

Trait Implementations

impl Clone for Features[src]

impl Drop for Features[src]

impl Send for Features[src]

impl Sync for Features[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl RefUnwindSafe for Features

impl Unpin for Features

impl UnwindSafe for Features

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    T: ?Sized

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impl<T> From<T> for T[src]

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