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2014-11-02 09:31:28 -0500 edited question what i do for this error
void doEM1D(Mat& _im, Mat& probs,int num_models = 2,bool useRanges = true,Mat& lables = Mat()) {
    //Mat im; cvtColor(_im,im,CV_RGB2HSV);
    Mat im = _im;

    vector<vector<CvEM>> model(num_models);
    for(int i=0;i<num_models;i++) {
            model[i] = vector<CvEM>(3);
    }
    CvEMParams ps(1);

error C2065: 'CvEM' : undeclared identifier error C2923: 'std :: vector': 'CVEM' is not a valid type template argument for parameter '_Ty' error C2065: 'CvEMParams' : undeclared identifier

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2014-10-29 01:07:29 -0500 commented question error:Only 8-bit 1-channel and 3-channel input/output images are

Did you try to simply print out the type of the src Mat?

The type you can find here: https://github.com/Itseez/opencv/blob/master/modules/core/include/opencv2/core/cvdef.h (line 258). So 0 means 8 bit 1 channel. To get the higher channel equivalents, you just use this formula: type_number + (channels - 1) * 8.

So, for example 8 bit 3 channel would be simply 16.

2014-10-29 00:34:41 -0500 commented question how to add each pixel of mat in android

http://docs.opencv.org/modules/core/doc/operations_on_arrays.html#sum This of course only works if you want the sum. Since you also calculated the square in your example, you need to have a loop. The java version seems to be this: http://docs.opencv.org/java/2.4.2/org/opencv/core/Core.html#sumElems%28org.opencv.core.Mat%29

2014-10-28 15:36:01 -0500 commented question how to add each pixel of mat in android
2014-10-28 15:19:48 -0500 commented answer Question about FAST Detector
2014-10-28 15:01:00 -0500 edited question how to add each pixel of mat in android

hi, how can i add each pixel of a matrix in a loop in android

below is my c++ code :

for(int x=0;x<=4;x++)
{
    for(int y=0;y<=4;y++)
    {
    sum1=sum1+ block.at<uchar>(x, y);  // Addition of all elements
    sum2=sum2+block.at<uchar>(x,y)*block.at<uchar>(x,y); //Addition of all element square                   
    }
}

where block is a 5x5 mat

2014-10-28 14:58:24 -0500 answered a question Question about FAST Detector

It tests for 9 contiguous pixels that are brighter or darker. That is the standard.

2014-10-25 06:19:26 -0500 commented question local standard deviation in android

And obviously also the standard deviation as the name says. "Calculates a mean and standard deviation of array elements."

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2014-06-06 11:48:52 -0500 commented question OpenCV-2.4.9-android-sdk

No error message, no code. How should we help?

2014-06-06 11:46:22 -0500 answered a question threshold function: why 8-bit or 32-bit floating point only?

16 bit signed is also supported. I dont know the exact reason, but Im sure its related to the color spaces. Color spaces are usually represented in one of those 3, so 64 bit floats are not meant to be supported for image processing.

2014-06-04 00:56:26 -0500 commented answer Video Processing in Android

No, sorry. I never messed with videoediting on android. Isnt there an android API for that?

2014-06-03 01:45:09 -0500 answered a question Video Processing in Android

No, you cannot. Opencv does not support reading/writing videos on android (yet).

2014-05-16 14:51:34 -0500 commented question How to set or get VideoCapture Properties

Its not explicitly mentioned, but the return value should give you a clue if the set was successful. Its a simple boolean.

2014-05-11 01:52:29 -0500 commented question Python Feature Matching Speed

Usually python is indeed a lot slower, but in opencv python just wraps around the c/c++ code of opencv. So running the opencv operations shouldnt be slower at all. You dont know exactly what the guy in the video did. Maybe he also used the CUDA surf implementation of opencv to reach less computation time. Anyways, you can of course try your simple example in c++. It shouldnt be that hard, since the tutorials almost contain everything you need already.

2014-04-27 16:38:45 -0500 answered a question changing the type of FAST feature detector in c++

FAST and FASTX are simply functions and not to be used as constructors. So just call them with the given 4/5 arguments.

2014-04-20 10:48:54 -0500 edited question Problem with Camera Capturing

I've got two ways to capture a camera. 1.using the functions in the opencv

 #include < opencv\cv.h
 #include < opencv\highgui.h 
 #include < iostream 
 using namespace std;
 using namespace cv;
 int main()
 {
     char c;
     CvCapture* capture = cvCreateCameraCapture(0);   //0 is the external camera ID,1 is the internal camera ID of my laptop.
     IplImage* src;
     for (;;)
    {
        src = cvQueryFrame(capture);         
        cvShowImage("Input", src);
        c = waitKey(10);
        if (c == 27) break;
    } 
   cvReleaseCapture(&capture);
   return 0;
 }
2.using the functions in the ***opencv2***
 #include < opencv2\core\core.hpp
 #include < opencv2\highgui\highgui.hpp 
 #include < iostream 
 using namespace cv;
 using namespace std;
 int main()
 {
     char c;
     VideoCapture inputVideo(0);    //0为外部摄像头的ID,1为笔记本内置摄像头的ID
     Mat src;
     for(;;)
     {
        inputVideo >> src;
        imshow("input",src);
        c = waitKey(10);
        if (c == 27) break;
     }
   return 0;
 }

By using the method 1, the program can read both the external and the internal camera's data;but the program can only read the internal camera's data with method 2. I don't know why method 1 and method 2 so different.
What should I do if I want to get the data of the external camera with method 2?
// my operation system is Window8.1, the version of my OPENCV is 2.4.8, the version of my Visual Studio is 2013. I need your help.

2014-03-28 20:10:53 -0500 answered a question Inaccurate feature matching

Your threshold for the "good features extraction" is only min_dist, but should be something like 2 or 3 times min_dist. Its kind of obvious that you only get a few matches if the distance should be equal to min_dist.

for(int j = 0; j < desc_left.rows(); j++){
    if(matchesList.get(j).distance <= 2*min_dist){
        good_matches.addLast(matchesList.get(j));
    }
}
2014-03-27 15:20:10 -0500 commented answer Unusual behavior of Matx

But matlab is not a classical programming language to me. Its rather a scripting language that is also open to non-programmers, most likely a reason to start with 1 :)

2014-03-27 03:20:08 -0500 commented answer Unusual behavior of Matx

Thanks, good to know. I havent touched fortran yet.

2014-03-27 02:31:04 -0500 commented answer VideoCapture::get(CV_CAP_PROP_POS_MSEC) returns -1

-1 usually means that this feature is simply not supported. So you are right.

2014-03-27 02:28:45 -0500 commented question WaitKey without waiting?

Do you necessarily need to display all frames?

2014-03-27 02:21:10 -0500 answered a question Unusual behavior of Matx

I dont know how long you have been programming, but since when do indices start with 1? I personally dont know any modern language that does that. So of course your matx33 object starts with (0,0) and ends with (2,2).

Matx33f woah;
woah(0,0) = 0.0;
woah(0,1) = 0.0;
woah(0,2) = 0.0;
woah(1,0) = 0.0;
woah(1,1) = 0.0;
woah(1,2) = 0.0;
woah(2,0) = 0.0;
woah(2,1) = 10.0;
woah(2,2) = 10.0;

cout << woah << endl;

Edit: Btw, one interesting thing to know. Only the Mat object has a range check as far as I know. If you use Matx or Mat_< type > you wont notice if you accidently access some random memory region.

2014-03-26 13:56:36 -0500 commented question OpenCV Error trying print every Mat element

If you use cout on uchar, you will of course get "random" signs, since it handles it as chars (I think ascii). So cast them to int with (int) and you should get numbers.

2014-03-26 13:42:26 -0500 commented question Using DescriptorMatcher with mask and crosscheck

Could you add the exact error message?

2014-03-17 04:53:11 -0500 answered a question How to pass a camera frame to native method from a class that implements CvCameraViewListener2

Check out the sample applications in the android opencv SDK. For example, the face detection and mixed processing sample show how to do that.

2014-03-12 05:26:25 -0500 answered a question findContours - theory

Just search for Suzuki, S. and Abe, K., Topological Structural Analysis of Digitized Binary Images by Border Following. CVGIP 30 1, pp 32-46.

Necessary papers are usually linked in the documentation(also here): http://docs.opencv.org/modules/imgproc/doc/structural_analysis_and_shape_descriptors.html?highlight=findcontours#findcontours