Issue when the nodes of the graph are set manually
Hi, I'm working with some periocular images and I did a customized way to define graph.
I know that you can do that setting the keyword argument
My script is failing with the exception
IndexError: tuple index out of range, which is weird.
I created a simple script that reproduces the problem.
import bob.ip.gabor import bob.io.base import bob.io.image import bob.ip.color import numpy import math image = bob.ip.color.rgb_to_gray(bob.io.base.load("landmark.png")) # create Gabor wavelet transform class gwt = bob.ip.gabor.Transform( number_of_scales = 5, number_of_directions = 8, sigma = 2. * math.pi, k_max = math.pi / 2., k_fac = math.sqrt(.5), power_of_k = 0, dc_free = True) for i in range(2): trafo_image = numpy.ndarray((gwt.number_of_wavelets, image.shape, image.shape), numpy.complex128) nodes = [(10,10),(10,20),(10,30), (20,10),(20,20),(20,30)] graph = bob.ip.gabor.Graph(nodes=nodes) #graph = bob.ip.gabor.Graph(first=(10,10), last=(100,100), step=(10,10)) # perform Gabor wavelet transform gwt.transform(image, trafo_image) jets = graph.extract(trafo_image) print len(jets)
Here we have the exception raised:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "error_gabor.py", line 20, in <module> for i in range(2): IndexError: tuple index out of range
When I try to debug with ipdb, the exception is not raised. I suspect that we have a memory issue.
We don't have this issue when we I set the grid automatically.
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