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Thursday, June 7th, 2012, 8:09 pm

Cascade Classification in OpenCV – Parts 1-9

Cascade classification is easy to work with in OpenCV, but it is not so well documented. This series of short videos explains how this is done on GNU/Linux-based systems (although it may be useful and applicable to other platforms too). The videos were not scripted or planned, so please excuse the occasional stuttering and mistakes.

Keywords: OpenCV android linux gnu ubuntu cmake eclipse computervision research haar tracking machinelearning

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