dssim - Image similarity comparison simulating human perception (multiscale SSIM in C)

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This tool computes (dis)similarity between two or more PNG images using an algorithm approximating human vision.Comparison is done using the SSIM algorithm (based on Rabah Mehdi's implementation) at multiple weighed resolutions.




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