Commit 2f30e182 authored by Timm Schoening's avatar Timm Schoening

adding general license and readme files

parent 102b7a76
Copyright (c) 2017 Timm Schoening, GEOMAR Helmholtz-Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
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- Commercial use is prohibited
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## Synopsis
This is the demonstration code for the "Compact Morphology-based Nodule Delineation" (CoMoNoD) algorithm.
## Motivation
CoMoNoD is a rapid method to delineate poly-metallic (or manganese) nodules from vertical benthic images. The paper describing the algorithm is currently under review. This algorithm makes extensive use of the OpenCV library for image processing and uses NVIDIA CUDA for computational speedup.
## Contributors
Dr. Timm Schoening
tschoening [at] geomar [dot] de
DeepSea Monitoring Group
GEOMAR Helmholtz-Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
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