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8 bit unsigned and 16 bit signed

Thejas_Joseph
Beginner
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Most of Ippmethods for 8 bit is 'unsigned' and for 16bit is 'signed'. Is there any specific reason for choosing this? We mainly work on 8u and 16u, but most of the methods for 16bit is signed. So we would like to knowwhy it is not supported or is there any workaround, other than upgrading to 32s or 32f?

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Vladimir_Dudnik
Employee
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Hello
Which particular function you are looking for? What version of IPP do you use? We constantly increase Ipp16u data type support, so in the latest, IPP 6.0 version, you may find more functions supporting Ipp16u data type.
Regards,
Vladimir

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