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2016-08-12 09:09:55 -0500 commented question Opencv versions and face recognition in android

Oh thanks berak :-). Is the android version planned anytime soon for 2.4 in roadmap of opencv? . I tried to find a roadmap for opencv, but couldn't find it. And can you please suggest what alternative do we have if we want to use opencv in android except JavaCV ?

(The guy who asked question is one of my friend. We were planning to use opencv in android application)

2016-08-12 04:28:59 -0500 commented question Confidence is always zero

oh sorry my mistake... But if the confidence always comes to zero, it means the face recognition is not successful right? Because even though the confidence is zero, I do get the predicted label...

2016-08-12 04:11:04 -0500 commented question Confidence is always zero

Yes Steven, I meant the same. Also I read in opencv answers that Fishcher algo requries greyed out images, and not the colored ones. So I guess I need to use grey images for face recognition.

2016-08-12 03:38:51 -0500 commented question Confidence is always zero

Yes berak, I cropped (resized) the image to size of 150 X 150. I greyed it out for face detection. OMG, i supplied the same grey images for face recognition. Let me try with color images only. Thanks for pointing it out berak :-)

2016-08-12 03:21:35 -0500 commented question Confidence is always zero

Yes I used the face detection methods of opencv, and using Mat objects, I processed on it ( graying out the image, and getting the face part of the image )... and then used these images as samples for face recognition..

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2016-08-11 21:44:48 -0500 asked a question Confidence is always zero

Hi I am using opencv 2.4.x I am trying to recognize the image. I have cropped the rectangular part of faces, greyed it out, and fed it to Fischer face recognition algorithm.

I do get the predicted label, but the predicted confidence is always zero.

I read the defination of confidence of Face recognition api (Opencv 3.0), and prediction confidence is defined as distance of the predicted label.

So the confidence of 0.0 means the image is successfully recognized or is it the other way round?.

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2016-08-03 06:18:46 -0500 commented question Is openCV site down?

cool ! :-)

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2016-08-03 03:10:28 -0500 asked a question Is openCV site down?

Hi I am not able to open the opencv website. I get following error

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I am not able to open the downloads page http://opencv.org/downloads.html or their ANDROID pages http://opencv.org/platforms/android.html.

Is it really down? Are there any alternate links to browse the android pages or download the sdk( other than sourceforge) .