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[skip-ci] mor info about other software

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doi={10.1180/002646100549760}
}
@Article{Landauer2018,
author="Landauer, AK
and Patel, M
and Henann, DL
and Franck, C",
title="A q-Factor-Based Digital Image Correlation Algorithm (qDIC) for Resolving Finite Deformations with Degenerate Speckle Patterns",
journal="Experimental Mechanics",
year="2018",
issn="1741-2765",
doi="10.1007/s11340-018-0377-4",
url="https://doi.org/10.1007/s11340-018-0377-4"
}
@article{lucasKanade,
title={An iterative image registration technique with an application to stereo vision},
author={Lucas, Bruce D and Kanade, Takeo and others},
year={1981},
publisher={Vancouver, British Columbia}
}
@article{mendoza2019complete,
title={Complete mechanical regularization applied to digital image and volume correlation},
author={Mendoza, Arturo and Neggers, Jan and Hild, Fran{\c{c}}ois and Roux, St{\'e}phane},
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......@@ -210,21 +210,27 @@ There are three main components to the documentation:
- A series of "Tutorials" with longer and more detailed explanations are available, which cover the mathematical/mechanics background of the functions provided, and some longer examples of using the provided tools.
# Other software available
<!-- # Other software available -->
# State of the field
Other software packages exist for material science analysis, such as the popular commercial software Avizo whose closedness makes it unsuitable inspection and therefore trust.
Other open-source packages could be ITK [@schroeder2003itk] which remains quite a complex ecosystem, or ImageJ/Fiji [@imagej2] which is not fully 3D and not perfectly suited to scripting or running remotely.
On the specific topic of Digital Image/Volume Correlation, a number of options exist (this is by far not an exhaustive list):
On the specific topic of Digital Image/Volume Correlation, many pieces of software are available for 2D, surface and 3D image correlation.
The `spam.DIC.register` correlation engine uses a well-known mathematical framework dating back to [@lucasKanade], but distinguishes itself by being non-rigid, 2/3D compatible, clearly documented and relatvely fast.
The discrete and multimodal image correlation are much more unique.
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]
- 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
- CMV\_3D: Developed at Laboratoire Navier [@bornert2004mesure]
- Correli: Developed by LMT Cachan, shared with colleagues but not open source [@hild2008correliq4]
- FIDVC: Open source code running on Matlab [@bar2014fast]
- LaVision: Closed-source software
- TomoWarp2: Developed by some of the co-authors [@tudisco2017tomowarp2], limited to displacements/rotations, slow line-search in rotation space
- muDIC: Pure Python toolkit, limited to 2D images [@muDIC]
- UFreckles Graphical Matlab code [@ufreckles]
- VIC3D: Closed-source software
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