I am pretty new to Julia (learning as I go!) and have a computer vision / ML / image processing background.
If I have a set of bounding box annotations for a given image, and generate a bunch of sub-images corresponding to the “zoomed-in” bounding boxes. I want to store these in some kind of “list-like” container, but the sub-images are of varying sizes. What is the best way to store these? I don’t need the properties of arrays that enforce “rectangular-ness”; in fact, more often than not, no two sub-images are of the same size.
Kinds of operations I want to apply to this list of images:
- Displaying them one by one (interactively?)
- Apply image processing manipulations (blur, feature extraction, color histogram)
- Display or aggregate these results
- Ideally, anything that can be broadcast with dot-notation, but regular old for loops will do