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Optimized separable gaussian blurs for GLSL. This is adapted from Efficient Gaussian Blur with Linear Sampling.The function blurs in a single direction. For correct results, the texture should be using gl.LINEAR filtering.

glsl shader webgl stackgl glslify blur blurs blurred blurring shaders tap taps gaussian kernel weightsFast Gaussian Blur in pure JavaScript, via IIR filer. Speed does not depend on blur radius.demo 1, demo 2.

blur gaussianAn FFT based Gaussian filter for ndarrays.Filters an ndarray using a Gaussian filter.

scijs ndarray gaussian filterSamples the standard normal distribution, with 0 mean and unit standard deviation.Generates a random number from the Guassian distribution.

guass gaussian random sample variable standard normal distribution statisticsCompute the reduced row echelon form for matrix in-place, returning and modifying matrix.matrix should be an array of arrays.

gauss-jordan reduced row echelon form gaussian matrix solve<FXBlurView /> provides a [React Native][react-native] component wrapping the native FXBlurView UIView subclass for realtime background blur effect and is compatible with iOS 5 and above. Provides a React Native component which wraps the FXBlurView.

react react-native blur ui component gaussian radius native iosnodejs-fft-windowing is a node.js module that applies a windowing function to an array of data, making it ready to be FFT'd. This article by National Instruments gives a good introduction to why windowing functions are useful.

fft fourier windowing hann hamming cosine lanczos gaussian tukey blackman exact_blackman kaiser nuttall blackman_harris blackman_nuttall flat_topglsl-gaussian is a shader generator for WebGL, to generate a gaussian blur of an input texture. See glsl-gaussian-live-demo.js, glsl-gaussian-demo.js for usage.

webgl gl graphics computer-graphics opengl glsl data shader image-processing dsp convolution kernel filter blur summed-area-table box-blur gaussian downsample downsampling subsample subsampling scaling mipmapstackblur-go is a Go port of Stackblur algorithm created by Mario Klingemann. Comparing to the Javascript implementation the Go version is at least 50% faster (depending on the image size and blur radius), running the same image with the same bluring radius.

stackblur blur gaussian image-processing imageThis project provide a binding between the GNU Scientific Library (GSL) and NodeJS. At the moment, the library is partially integrated.

library gsl mathematics random gaussianSeedable random number generator supporting many common distributions. All distribution methods return a thunk (function with no params), which will return a series of independent, identically distributed random variables from the specified distribution.

random random-number-generator random-numbers prng normal-distribution number generator rng stats d3-random seedrandom distribution pseudorandom uniform normal gaussian lognormal poisson exponential irwinhall batesA pure-javascript port of NumPy's random.multivariate_normal, for Node.js and the browser. Draw random samples from a multivariate normal distribution.

numpy multivariate random gaussian normal distributionSimple Gaussian Naive Bayes classifier implementation. It also implements 5-fold cross-validation. Compared performance with Zero-R algorithm.

machine-learning ml naive-bayes-classifier gaussian naive-bayes naive-bayes-algorithmA fast blur effect that uses a random hash to compute the sample offset. This gives a snowy/grainy feel to the blur. When requiring, you must specify a sample function and the iterations (a const or #define integer). See demo.frag for an implementation of a vignette blur.

hash blur blurred blurs blurring glsl glslify glslbin stackgl hashed random gaussian sparkleNaive bayes classifiers.

naive bayes classifier machine learning gaussian multinomial
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