Release Notes: This release adds more and better segmentation functionality (including unsupervised segmentation), compatibility with current libraries and compilers, and a variety of other improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release is an important step for Gerbil to be used in productive environments. Drawing speed is increased by magnitudes. Drawing quality has improved significantly, especially when multiple labels are used during the session. There's been an overall polish of the software, mostly in respect to its user interface.
Release Notes: Two important new functionalities are introduced in this release. First, gerbil now comes with a module for multispectral edge detection. Second, gerbil now provides a flexible commandline interface. It allows running algorithms in a batch, which is very valuable for benchmarking purposes.
Release Notes: This release makes gerbil more useful for common tasks and enlarges its scope. You can now import and export labeling images. Newly introduced handling of data normalization and other usability enhancements greatly facilitate the visual analysis of image data. Landsat images (.lan format) are now supported for reading. Many bugs were fixed, and the internal API is more powerful and better documented.
Release Notes: Compatibility with recent OpenCV and Boost libraries.
Release Notes: A Windows installer is available. Fixes were made to the build system and for better platform support. The functionality of multi_img API was enhanced. Improvements were made to the Graph Segmentation interface. Fixes were made to various GUI bugs. Drawing was improved. A new feature was added to draw spectral vectors in RGB.
Release Notes: This is the initial online release.