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Wedekind, J.; Amavasai, B. P.; Dutton, K.; Boissenin, M. (2008)
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Dynamically typed scripting languages have become popular in recent years. Although interpreted languages allow for substantial reduction of software development time, they are often rejected due to performance concerns.

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In this paper we present an extension for the programming\ud language Ruby, called HornetsEye, which facilitates the development\ud of real-time machine vision algorithms within Ruby. Apart from providing integration of crucial libraries for input and output, HornetsEye provides fast native implementations (compiled code) for a generic set of array operators. Different array operators were compared with equivalent implementations in C++. Not only was it possible to achieve comparable real-time performance, but also to exceed the efficiency of the C++ implementation in several cases.

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Implementations of several algorithms were given to demonstrate\ud how the array operators can be used to create concise\ud implementations.

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