FunctorImageFilter now takes
const itk::ConstNeighborhoodIterator<Image<T>> & instead of
itk::neighborhood<T>. The localRxDetection application now uses a FunctorImageFilter.
Currently, it is possible to use
itk::Neighborhood<T> as input of the functor of a
FunctorImageFilter. This functionality has two problems :
There is a bug with the boundaryCondition (see #1802 (closed))
ConstNeighborhoodIteratoris used to run through this image and at each pixel location the underlying neighborhood is copied (via the
GetNeighborhood()method) and passed to the functor which is not efficient.
In this merge request the
(const) itk::neighborhood<T> (&) parameter is replaced by a
const itk::ConstNeighborhoodIterator<Image<T>> &. This signature is less elegant, but it solves the two problems mentioned above. Note that we can only use a const reference as parameter. The const prevents the user (the creator of the functor) to increment the iterator.
Also this merge request replaces the
LocalRxDetectorFilter by a
functorImageFilter in the
localRxDetection application (recently merge, see !353 (merged))
With this modification, we will be able to move forward with the
functorImageFilter refactoring (see #1821).
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