Developer Reference

  • 2020
  • 07/15/2020
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Data-Domain

The
data-domain
is a single character that denotes the subset of functionality to which a given function belongs. The current version of Intel IPP supports the following data-domains:
s
for signals (expected data type is a 1D signal)
i
for images and video (expected data type is a 2D image)
m
for matrices (expected data type is a matrix)
r
for realistic rendering functionality and 3D data processing (expected data type depends on supported rendering techniques)
g
for signals of fixed length
For example, function names that begin with
ippi
signify that respective functions are used for image or video processing.

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