RecursiveBF - A lightweight C++ library for recursive bilateral filtering [Yang, Qingxiong

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A lightweight C++ library for recursive bilateral filtering [Yang, Qingxiong. "Recursive bilateral filtering". European Conference on Computer Vision, 2012].

http://ufoym.com/RecursiveBF
https://github.com/ufoym/RecursiveBF

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