Computer vision is a field that includes methods for acquiring, processing, analyzing, and understanding images and, in general, high-dimensional data from the real world in order to produce numerical or symbolic information, e.g., in the forms of decisions. From Wikipedia: ...

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Measuring “novelty” of data

I have a heuristic in mind that should allow me to "score" data based on "novelty" that I would like to work in real-ish time. In this case, I mean novelty in the sense that the data source is ...
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shall a vector2 extends a vector3 or is it the opposite?

Perhaps the question might be tied to a theoritical or mathematical forum, but since it is for programming purpose, i ask here first: In a computer vision context, i write a couple of interfaces ...
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What is watershed in the context of image processing?

I am new to image processing using Python. Now I am learning OpenCV and the mahotas module in Python. Many functions in these modules are related to watershed of an image. I don't know what ...
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Computer vision algorithms (how is this possible?)

I recently stumbled across a company that has created what appears to be a computer vision technology that is capable of detecting shoplifting automatically and alert its users. LINK Watching some ...
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Seperable Kernel, MMX/SSE and TCP Transmittal of them?

So I was reading about Java Convolve and someone said that it may be faster than the MMX / SSE implementation. In it one of the comments had a kernal array and said it was seperable. What is a ...
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Would this violate any copyright issues? [closed]

I am currently publishing a paper on skin detection. However, I need to find the appropriate histogram bin size for each colorspace. I recently came upon a paper that published what it found to be the ...
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Options within OpenCV related to image difference analysis and reporting

Scenario: Stationary view with sequential timestamped samples in 2D-color where the comparison is only done between one pair of neighboring samples. Background: Have never used OpenCV before, ...
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How could I implement multitouch gestures without a start event?

While working on multitouch, one of the problems I've run into is the fact that nobody seems to do gesture recognition without some kind of init event, whether it's a mouseclick or contact with a ...
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How can I make an app using mobile's camera to detect words?

I am trying to make an app that will capture the video from the mobile's camera and detect in real time all the text that will be captured. I would like to make it in C# (for e.g. Windows Mobile) but ...