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Remap function, OpenCV, speed up

Hello,

I am using OpenCV remap function.

But i need more speed up for my application.

Does OpenCV with IPP supports remap acceleration?

Here i can't see remap function: http://opencv.org/opencv-3-0-alpha.html

If IPP has fast remap function like opencv remap(src_mat, dst_mat, map_x, map_y), where i can see examples and try it?

Best regards Viktor.

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