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A number of other image correlation codes exist (this is by far not an exhaustive list):
- CMV and CMV\_3D: Developed at Laboratoire Navier [@bornert2004mesure], local and non-rigid code allowing discrete DVC used in @hall2010discrete
- Correlli: Developed by LMT Cachan, shared with colleagues but not open source [@hild2008correliq4]. Contains a cutting edge integrated DVC global approach
- FIDVC and qDIC: Open source code 2D running on Matlab [@bar2014fast, @Landauer2018] from The Franck Lab which is suitable for measuring large transformations
- TomoWarp2: Developed by some of the co-authors [@tudisco2017tomowarp2]. This software has a graphical interface for facilitating correlation but is technically limited to displacements/rotations, and has a slow line-search in rotation space
- muDIC: Pure Python toolkit, limited to 2D images [@muDIC] but has a fully function global approach
- UFreckles: Graphical Matlab code [@ufreckles] working on 2D, surface and 3D images with a global approach
- StrainMaster: Closed-source software for surface and 3D image correlation from LaVision
- VIC3D: High-speed closed-source software for surface imaging from Correlated Solutions
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Spam has already enabled research progress on a number of fronts, resulting in the following publications:
- @roubin2016perco: Use of `excursions` toolkit to predict percolation threshold in n-dimensional Euclidean spaces (Figures 1 and 2)
- @stamati2018phase: Use of `filters` toolkit to identify aggregates in concrete (Figure 5)
- @stamati2018tensile: Use of `spam-ldic` and `spam-ddic` scripts to measure deformation in a concrete sample subjected to a tension test (Figure 8) and `mesh` projection functions to conduct the FE analysis (Figure 2)
- @stavropoulou2019liquid: Use of `spam-ldic` script to measure deformation of a claystone (Figures 10 and 11)
- @wiebicke2019benchmark: Use of `kalisphera` (Figure 5) and `label` toolkits to benchmark sand-grain contact measurements (Figure 8 and others), provides an example script
- @ando2019peek: Use of `spam-ddic` script and the `label` toolkit to measure small displacements in a creep test on sand, see Figure 4
- @roubin2019colours: Application of Multi Modal Registration to concrete (Figure 4 onwards)
- @hurley2019situ: Use of `deformation` toolkit to measure deformation in concrete (strain in Figure 2b)
- @wiebicke2020measuring: Use of `label` toolkit for the analysis of inter-particle contacts (Figure 1) as well as the `plotting` toolkit to plot the distribution of orientations (Figures 7 and 8)
- @stavropoulou2020: Use of `spam-mmr` and `spam-gdic` scripts (respectively Figures 2, 3, 4; and 7), and the `mesh` toolkit to measure water absorption in claystone (Figures 8 and 9)
# Acknowledgements
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