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Is this working code for Convolutional Neural Networks in the OpenCV source?

asked 2012-11-17 22:20:56 -0500

ZachTM gravatar image

Hello I have been trying to figure out how to use convolution neural networks over the past few days and I am having some trouble because of the limited documentation on it that I have found on the internet. I was sure opencv didnt have any classes that handled convolutional neural networks so I was trying to do research on them myself. Today I was looking through opencv source code, and in modules/ml/src there is a file called cnn.cpp. To my surprise the code looks like it is for convolutional neural networks (that and the comments in it say it is!). From what I see there is no documentation anywhere on this mysterious code so I was wondering if anyone knew if this was a working convolution neural network implementation? If so does it also handle backpropogation training? I have seen an opencv implementation of CNNs but it did not allow you to train the network. I am really interested in using a CNN so I would be willing to go through all the code myself to try make sense of it even without documentation I just am wondering if this code works? Thank you for any answers!

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answered 2012-11-19 13:04:21 -0500

Mahdi gravatar image

updated 2012-11-19 13:04:55 -0500

HI
I have used CNN but not leveraging from OpenCV!!

There is a library that has a nice documentation and ease of use: eblearn

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Awesome thank you! That file that exists in the opencv source code looks complete, but there is no definitions for any of the types used in the ml header, so I guess it is just incomplete code in the openCV source. Thank you for giving me an alternative!

ZachTM gravatar imageZachTM ( 2012-11-20 13:24:06 -0500 )edit
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