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2018-02-08 07:55:45 -0500 commented answer Trying to calculate histogram on Android and find the median. Unsure how to access histogram data from Mat

@LBerger Ah, right, didn't see that, sorry.

2018-02-08 06:51:13 -0500 answered a question Trying to calculate histogram on Android and find the median. Unsure how to access histogram data from Mat

Check the dimensions of your hist, it should be one-dimensional. The following should give you access to the values: f

2018-02-08 06:36:05 -0500 commented question memory leak in Mat.put(int,int,byte[])? or wrong usage? (Java)

Today I examined if there's a bug in the OpenCV Java connection layer. But it seems that the Java array is correctly rel

2018-02-07 09:35:31 -0500 asked a question memory leak in Mat.put(int,int,byte[])? or wrong usage? (Java)

memory leak in Mat.put(int,int,byte[])? or wrong usage? (Java) G'day! My application is reading in a lot of BufferedIma

2017-11-07 07:45:40 -0500 answered a question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

The hint in the comments led into the right direction. With a bit of additional decoration the problem could be solved w

2017-10-30 07:30:19 -0500 commented question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

I edited the question to make it more readable. (@berak)

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2017-10-30 07:29:45 -0500 edited question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java) I need to implement something like this: do a per-element

2017-10-30 07:10:25 -0500 commented question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

@berak It does not? :) Let's say: a and b are padded to equal size before. Or I redefine: c[i] = a[i] if b[i] doesn't

2017-10-30 07:06:45 -0500 commented question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

@berak It does not? :) Let's say: a and b are padded to equal size before. Or I refine: c[i] = a[i] if b[i] doesn't ex

2017-10-30 06:15:29 -0500 asked a question per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java)

per-element max of channel 1 with copy of channel 2 ? (java) I need to implement something like this: do a per-element